03 January 2017
At an MWC event Barcelona, HP is all set to launch their upcoming tablet/PC convertible, the Pro x2 which is expected to stand among the likes of Microsoft’s own Surface Pro. HP’s newest Windows 10 device is built for the more productive users who’d want to work when on the go.
With a 12-inch Full-HD display covered with Corning Gorilla Glass 4, the HP Pro x2 boasts of a variety of options to choose from among the bunch of processors which range from Core M3 to Core i7, all from its latest Kaby Lake range. The device would also come up with 8 gigs of RAM and would offer up to 512GB of SSD storage.
The integrated Intel 615 HD Graphics does justice to the device for the most part of its functioning ‘cause having a dedicated GPU in such a small device is too much to ask for. The package also includes a stylus and a detachable keyboard (termed the Collaboration Keyboard) much like the Surface Pro. The HP Active Pen as what the company calls the stylus would be able to open an app right off the pen which again is quite similar to the Surface Pen.
And if all that doesn’t satisfy you, the company claims that the Pro x2 is made to be ruggedly tough and they’re also providing it with a rigid case for an extra price of $49. The device itself is priced at $979 and is available for sale from the HP Store as of now.