HP today announced a neat looking HP Pavilion x2 Windows device, which comes with a detachable keyboard and a built-in cover that adjusts your tablet’s viewing angle, the HP Pavilion x2 transitions seamlessly between a tablet and a notebook.
It is a full-featured 10-inch diagonal Windows tablet that shifts to a full-featured laptop with a detachable dual-purpose keyboard/cover that both protects the screen and serves as a multiposition stand. The HP Pavilion x2 is a portable, versatile, highly affordable 2-in-1 PC powered by the latest-generation Intel Atom™ processor, and features front-firing speakers with DTS sound and a battery that lasts up to 11.75 hours for serious staying power to shift from work to play without missing a beat.
- Quad core Intel® processor – Keep up with your most demanding tasks while preserving battery life with the speed and responsiveness of the powerful Intel® processor.
- 10.1-inch diagonal, HD3 IPS touchscreen – Designed for both productivity and HD3 entertainment, it’s a dream to interact with. Big enough to share, bright enough to focus on, it’s perfect for work and play.
- Ultra-portable design – Easily take this thin and light PC from room to room or on the road. It’s ultra-portable as a PC or a tablet. Say goodbye to whirring fans. Your PC can run cool and quiet, with no noisy hardware or unsightly vents, thanks to an innovative design that eliminates the fan.
- Built for comfort – Type comfortably with tactility of a real keyboard without compromising size.
- Write, point, and tap with more accuracy than ever with the active stylus.4
- Office 365 Personal 1year5 – Office 365 Personal
1-year subscription included. Office activation required within a limited time.
The HP Pavilion x2 is expected to be available in the United States beginning on Oct. 29 for a starting price of $329.99.