HP’s Android PC launched at $480 in the U.S

Infotech Lead India: HP SlateBook x2  — an Android-based PC – will be priced at $480 in the U.S.

HP Split x2 – running on Microsoft Windows 8 operating systems (OS) – will be priced at $780. It’s is powered by Intel Core processor family.

Both are detachable PCs that offer the full functionality of a notebook with a removable screen that also is a sleek tablet

The HP SlateBook x2 is the first Android detachable device with the NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor, providing users more realistic gaming, fast web browsing and HD video playback.

The HP Split x2, powered by Microsoft Windows 8, features a 13.3-inch diagonal display and powerful processor and is ideal for work or play.

HP SlateBook x2 enables users to shift from entertainment to work by combining tablet portability with notebook productivity.

With a magnetic hinge design and dual battery system—one battery in the base and one in the tablet—users can easily switch from notebook to tablet and back, even while on the go.

HP SlateBook x2 features  Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2  and delivers the Google experience with services like Google Now, Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive and Google+ Hangouts for multiperson video chat as well as access to apps and digital content through Google Play.

SlateBook x2 also includes 64 MB of storage and DTS Sound+ Solution for accessing and enjoying photos, music and videos.


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