Hewlett-Packard reveals its first convertible with USB-C, the new Pavilion x2


HP today revealed the new Pavilion x2 laptop. The Pavilion x2is detachable and comes with decent hardware. One of the major new feature of the Pavilion X2 is the new USB Type-C connector. Here’s the full specsheet:

  • Weight: 1.29 pounds (2.48 pounds with keyboard attached)
  • 9.65 mm thin (16.75 mm with keyboard attached)
  • Keyboard (near full size) keys have 1.5 mm of travel
  • Large touchpad
  • Dual front facing Bang & Olufsen speakers
  • Front facing HP Truevision Webcam (not Windows Hello compatible)
  • 10 inch HD IPS display
  • USB Type C connector for charging, power and data transfers
  • Full size USB 2.0 port
  • Micro HDMI for connection to an external display or television
  • Up to 10.75 hours of battery life
  • Up to 64GB storage (32GB/64GB options)
  • Micro SD card reader for increasing storage options
  • 2GB System RAM
  • Quad-Core Intel Atom Processor
  • Includes one year of Office 365 Personal which comes with 60 minutes of Skype Premium each month and 1TB of OneDrive storage

The device will be available in Blizzard White, Sunset Red and Turbo Silver. It’ll be available on 21 July in the US and come with 60 minutes of Skype Premium each month and 1TB of OneDrive storage. The price of the starts from $299.99.

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