[CES 2014] We have seen tablets take over the world by storm as a secondary portable computing device. Well, that is not the only change introduced, as Ultrabooks too, have taken on a hybrid form factor due to the exploration made by several other hardware manufacturers. The HP Pro x2 410 is the latest detachable hybrid which will be able to deliver the mobility of a tablet as well as the versatility of a notebook regardless of where you are.
With the HP Pro x2 410, you will find it arrive with a full-size keyboard, dual webcams as well as a High Definition display. The 11.6″ touch-enabled LED display can be removed to be come a tablet device on the move, measuring a mere 2.5mm thin. The dual webcam includes one in front, and another at the back, where either way they will offer Full HD resolution capture. The asking price for the HP Pro x2 410 should begin at $899 tops – making this more of a “want” than a “need”.
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