HP is no doubt one of the largest technology companies in the consumer market. Currently, HP has just created a hybrid technology that is pretty innovative and highly advanced, Envy x2. It hopes to increase expectations with its two new models that have been announced just today.
The Specifications and Features
The split x2 presents a near-PC experience, along with a third generation Intel Core 13 CPU and the full OS of Windows 8. The display has a touch screen of 13.3 inches; it is actually a high definition with an incorporated 2 megapixel True vision full HP with HD webcam. It also has a 64 GB serving of the on-board storage, as its standard. There is a second battery which the keyboard contains, and this could be an option of hard drive 500 GB. The split x2 will be widely available in the month of August, with $800 as a starting price. The book has a touch screen of 10.1 inch display, and it has a processor of NVidia Tegra 4 mobile.
The Slate Android tablet will be the hybrid cousin of Slate Book x2. This Slate Book x2 comes with a 10.1 inch touch screen HD display and will operate as 4.2.2 Android Jelly Bean with NVidia’s Tegra 4 mobile processor. The said tablet will be included as 64 MB of the on-board storage. It has been announced a while ago that the item will be available in August with a starting price of $480.
Getting Closer of the Hybrid
Hybrids need to develop from being the ‘laptop lite’ devices into the machines that balances the adaptability and flexibility with improved computing power. For specifications alone, the latest Slate Book x2 and Split x2 show assurance. Everything will be revealed in August.
HP’s latest hybrids 3rd-Gen Intel Core and sport Nvidia Tegra 4 CPUs, are the PCWorld HP’s latest hybrids. The clamshell laptops will constantly have their place; however that form factor just cannot deliver the resourcefulness of a hybrid tablet with a removable keyboard. The Clamshell laptops will constantly have their place, however that outline factor just cannot deliver the adaptability of a hybrid tablet with a detachable keyboard. Regrettably the designs that have seen so far from the experts have been shuffled by the weak CPUs.
For those who have been excited to know more about this hybrid innovation, it will be available in August and will soon be in detailed.