HP SlateBook x2 Android tablet with Tegra 4 now available online
Slightly ahead of schedule, the HP SlateBook X2 Android tablet is now available for purchase straight from the company's online store. It is a device that HP announced back in May, meant to suit the needs of people interested in a convertible Android slate. As such, it comes bundled with a detachable hardware keyboard dock, but can be used separately as any other Android tablet.
Specs-wise, the HP SlateBook X2 does have a lot to offer, including a 10.1-inch touchscreen with a resolution of 1920 by 1200 pixels. Under the hood ticks a 1.8GHz Tegra 4 SoC backed up by 2GB of RAM. The on-board storage is just 16 gigs, but a microSD card slot is present, capable of handling cards of up to 32GB in size. In addition, an extra SD card slot and a full-sized USB port are available on the keyboard dock. A pair of cameras – one in front and one at the back of the tablet – are present for taking photos and for video calls. With the help of that extra battery tucked inside the keyboard dock, the HP SlateBook X2 should last through a full day of active use.
Currently, the HP SlateBook X2 is priced at $480 with the keyboard dock included, which does seem like a fair price for what the device is capable of. Get your credit card out and follow the source link below in case you're interested.