Not to stay in Microsoft’s shadow too much, HP unveiled a nifty productivity device today, the Spectre x2. This is a 2 in 1 tablet, that can easily be considered a Surface Pro clone and rival, but it also brings a bundled keyboard and all of that is priced at $800.
This 12 inch hybrid is meant for productivity and entertainment and it brings a two piece design. Its screen offers a Full HD resolution and we also get a detachable keyboard and a choice of 4 or 8 GB of RAM, plus a variety of SSDs (128 GB, 256 GB, 512 GB) and the sixth gen Intel Core M processors. The x2 relies on a single hinged bar that will pop out of the device, as a way of attaching the tablet to the dock.
HP promises 10 hours of functioning here on a single charge and this model also comes with quad Bang & Olufsen speakers. It’s slim at 8 mm in waistline and it’s build from a single piece of aluminum. The weighs is 840 grams and the keyboard measures just 5 mm in thickness. 1.5 mm of travel is guaranteed for the keys and there’s no stylus here, in case you’re wondering.
LTE is present among the specs and an Intel RealSense 3D camera at the back. The product hits stores on November 8th.