HP has announced two new tablet-laptops with the SlateBook x2 being powered by Android and the Split x2 running Windows 8. Both tablets will be full-sized that will have keyboard docks included. The difference between the two tablets is its choice of operating system.
The HP SlateBook x2 is a 10-inch tablet with a 1920 by 1200 resolution and the display will use the IPS technology. It will be powered by the quad-core Tegra 4 processor making it one of the first tablets to have this and will backed up by 2GB of RAM. It will have 16GB storage internally but this can be expanded further through the microSD slot.
The attached keyboard has two USB ports, HDMI port, an SD card slot and it also has an extra battery that will double life of the tablet’s battery.
The HP Split x2 will have entirely different specification, as it will run the full Windows 8 operating system. The display will be 13.3-inches with a 1366 by 768 resolution. In terms of processor, it will either have an Intel Core i3 or i5 powering it. It is backed up by 4GB of RAM and SSD Drive, which is likely to be 128GB. There is also an optional 500GB Hard drive.
The Split x2 is full-sized laptop but has a removable touchscreen tablet. The HP Split x2 is arriving in August according to the HP website. HP have not giving any indication on when the SlateBook x2 and Split x2 will be released in the UK or its pricing.
Published on Thursday 16 May 2013 @ 09:47:15 by ANDYW
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