HP has declared the SlateBook x2 the business’s new product with assistance for a key pad docking station similar to the Asus Transformer sequence. The SlateBook X2 has a 10.1-inch (1920 by 1200 pixels) IPS show, operated by a quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 4 processer and operates on Android operating system 4.2.2 (Jelly Bean). It has a full-sized removable key pad docking station with a touch pad. The Keyboard has a complete HDMI slot, USB 2.0, an SD slot, and an audio slot. It also has an assortment power that would let you charge battery power inside the product.
It has DTS Sound + Solution for immersive audio experience and HP’s unique local publishing ability that would let you create straight from most programs. It comes pre-loaded with Kingsoft Workplace for modifying office information. There is a HD front-facing photographic camera and a 2-megapixel back photographic camera. It comes with a small SD card slot that would let you increase the storage up to 64GB. No term on RAM, storage space and battery power potential yet. This would contest with the Asus Transformer pills and the Search engines Nexus 10.
The HP Standing Book x2 would be available in the U.S. this Aug starting at $479.99 (~Rs. 26,350). It is not clear whether HP would release the product outside U.S. This is definitely a reasonable price for an Android operating system product with a key pad docking station.