Hewlett-Packard has started selling in the U.S. in May represented a laptop HP Slatebook x2 . The main feature of novelty is the fact that it runs on Android – the world’s first Android-laptop. New product sold in the U.S. for $ 480, which is quite adequate, taking into account the characteristics of the device.
Essentially the device is a transformer, not a laptop – keyboard dock can be easily detached from the main unit (used magnetic mount), thus turning the device into a 10.2-inch tablet with IPS-display resolution of 1920×1200 pixels and a brightness of 400 nits.
HP SlateBook x2 got the platform NVIDIA Tegra 4 , which includes a quad ARM Cortex-A15 with a frequency of 1.9 GHz, an additional 500 MHz core and 72-core video card NVIDIA GeForce ULP, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal memory, expandable with microSD cards another 64 GB, and the sound of DTS Sound +.
Also here there are two HD-cameras – the main and front. In the keyboard unit has an extra battery slot for SD-cards, two full USB-connector and HDMI-port. The battery life of the device – 8 hours without keyboard dock – 4 hours.
New works on a clean version of the mobile operating system Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean , the manufacturer has added only a few useful in everyday work tools like text editor and file manager.
SlateBook x2 dimensions when assembled are 258,1 x 182,1 x 21,0 mm, weight – 1.27 kg. In turn dimensions of the device without a keyboard are 258,1 x 193,8 x 9,7 mm, weight – 608 grams.
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