So, you have read all about the HP SlateBook x2, and are wondering whether you would want to go with the Android platform, when your eyes come across another option for those of you who want a tablet as well as a notebook crammed into a single device – hence the announcement of the HP Split x2 which is set to light up the hybrid market this coming August at $799.99 a pop. The HP Split x2 has been described to be a versatile, two-in-one detachable PC which will bring both power and portability in a single device, relying on the Windows 8 operating system as well as a powerful 3rd generation Intel Core processor to get the job done.
This means you have a 13.3” tablet at your disposal that can easily function as a notebook as and when the situation calls for it. With a vibrant 13.3” HD touchscreen display, it is a whole lot easier to view as well as share content with the rest, in addition to getting some gaming time in or enjoying your favorite music tracks thanks to HP Connected Music and Beats Audio. There is an option to throw in a hard drive in the base in order to expand storage capacity, and two batteries – one in the base and the other in the tablet segment, allows you to remain extremely mobile. Other hardware specifications on the HP Split x2 include a 2-megapixel HP TrueVision Full HD webcam and the HP ClickPad that delivers precise multifinger and gesture navigation.RELATED
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