HP launched a low-cost 2-in-1 tablet with an 11.6 inch display and an Intel Pentium Bay trail processor in late 2013. Now the company is adding a new model with a 10 inch screen and an Intel Atom processor.
The new HP Pavilion x2 is a Windows convertible that gets up to 11.75 hours of battery life.
You can use the Pavilion x2 as a standalone table or use a it like a notebook thanks to a keyboard cover which also acts as a screen protector and a multi-position stand.
Last year’s model had a keyboard dock instead of a cover, which means the 11.6 inch model is probably easier to use on your lap than the new model.
The new HP Pavilion x2 features front-facing stereo speakers with DTS sound.
The tablet is expected to go on sale October 29th for $330 and up.