Harkening to the call of technophile and Android fanboy alike, HP has released what could be one of their most powerful devices yet.
Its name is the HP SlateBook x2, a sleek notebook running on what is considered to be as close to a pure Android version as possible (it runs on JellyBean 4.2.2). Added to that mix is the installment of the ultimate badboy, the Tegra 4 processor—the world’s fastest mobile processor siding in at 72 GPU cores, 4 A15 CPU cores, and built-in LTE. Not only is it faster, but claims include it will have overpowered photo HDR photo rendering that is set to blow the iPhone 5 out of the water.
Its IPS display is a very portable 10 inches, and based on reviews has a crystal clear picture. Alongside these offerings, HP is also adding a file explorer and text editor.
The overall weight for this piece is 2.8 pounds including its second battery housed within the keyboard. Two USB ports are also available, making the HP SlateBook x2 a highly versatile addition to their previous Android offerings.
Price for the SlateBook x2 is $480 dollars.