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It seems that the laptop/tablet hybrid design is still going strong these days and if you were after a similar setup, you might be interested to learn that HP has recently launched their latest Chrome OS hybrid in the form of the HP Chromebook x2. As you can see in the image above, this is a tablet that features a detachable keyboard and a stylus.

This means that in addition to being able to use it as a tablet, attaching the keyboard to it will allow users to interact with it like they would a laptop. The stylus will also come in handy for those who want to take notes or draw while on the go. It features a 12.3-inch display and will be powered by an Intel Core m3 processor.

It also comes with 4GB of RAM (it can also be configured to pack 8GB), 32GB of storage, stereo speakers, a 5MP front-facing camera, a 13MP rear-facing camera, a couple of USB-C ports, a microSD card slot, a headphone jack, and is said to offer users up to 10.5 hours worth of battery life. It will also run on Chrome OS which should be something to consider depending on your needs.

As for pricing, it is priced pretty affordably at $599 in its base configuration. This includes both the keyboard and stylus and is expected to be made available this coming June.

Filed in Computers >Tablets. Read more about Chrome Os, HP and Laptops.

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