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|Operating System||Windows 8.1|
|Dimension (in)||6.7 x .29 x 10.4|
|Resolution (px)||1280 x 800|
|Touchscreen||HD WXGA Capacitive|
Bluetooth v4.0, Wi-Fi connectivity; Front- and rear-cameras; micro HDMI port; 2x USB; microUSB; microSDXC; Keyboard dock
|Battery Life||11.75 hrs|
HP has released the Pavilion x2 – a 10.1”, Intel Atom based tablet complete with a detachable keyboard cover at $499. It is good for what it is but is competing in a crowded market that is only getting more so.
The HP Pavilion x2 is a thin, ultraportable two-in-one tablet that turns into a laptop and has enough power to get you through the workday and beyond. With a 10.1-inch HD touch screen, full version of Windows, Intel processor and long battery life, the HP Pavilion x2 is worth considering as your next business tablet.
The diagonal of the Pavilion's screen is 10.1-inches with a native resolution of 1280x800 pixels. The rate is a bit disappointing when considering that the only 30-Euro (~$37) more expensive Acer Aspire Switch 10 sports a WUXGA screen (1920x1200 pixels).
While we appreciate this machine’s extreme portability and all-day battery life, with the entire unit weighing just 857 grams, it’s definitely underpowered for the price. ASUS’ T100T is almost as affordable, yet offers more bang for your bucks.