The HP Pavilion x2 10 inch tablet is a Windows tablet with an Intel Atom Z3745 Bay Trail processor, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB to 64GB of storage.

It’s designed to be used either as a tablet or as a notebook thanks to detachable keyboard cover. And HP says the tablet gets nearly 12 hours of battery life.

Not bad for a device that sells for $330Update: Or less.

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Unfortunately while the Pavilion x2 10 is available for purchase or pre-order in some markets, it’s not actually available in the United States yet. (Update: see above)

HP Singapore is taking pre-orders for $499 (about $399 US). It’s available from HP Malaysia for RM 1199 (about $366). You can get one for $499 and up in Australia (that’s about $440 US). And in Italy, the tablet goes for €330, or about $417 US.

The tablet should be available in the States soon.

It features a 1280 x 800 pixel IPS display, 802.11a/b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, and stereo speakers. Like many small Windows tablets and notebooks, the HP Pavilion x2 10 inch tablet comes with a 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365.

HP also offers an optional active stylus for writing or drawing on the tablet.



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4 replies on “HP Pavilion x2 10 inch Windows tablet now available (in some countries)”

  1. I have got bot yoga & x2, overall x2 is much lighter and the keyboard is great for productivity, usb port also comes in handy. The mouse on the x2 keyboard is decent as well.

    The problem with the yoga 2 is design it self, seperate keyboard is quite troublesome. if they could put the new M CPU, 4GB RAM, HD res and WWAN on the X2, it would be perfect.

  2. One thing is the HP Pavilion x2 10 has which the Yoga doesn’t — full usb port ! Now I m still a bit concerned that they mentioned it is usb 2.0 at some places, but I would still go with it. Another critical advantage this has over Yoga tab 2 is separate DC port for charging. I can even begin to emphasise the importance of that … The micro usb port is a great additional port.

    I m not sure ant the exact weight on this, but I m sure it is less than 600grams on tha tab only. What’s the weight of Yoga tab 2 10 ?

    At 400 for 32 gb version, Yoga tab two isn’t bad, but lack of full usb port and micro usb charging kills it for me.

  3. I think the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 10 inch with Windows at $400 is a better buy. It includes a snap on bluetooth keyboard cover and has 1920×1200 resolution.

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