Saturday, December 28, 2013

HP Pavilion x2 11T-H000 with Intel Pentium N3510 Processor

For about $600.00, HP brought out a Pavilion x2 11T-H000 hybrid PC with Intel Pentium N3510 quad-core CPU running at 2GHz top speed with 2MB cache. It is paired with Intel HD Graphics (with 750MHz dynamic frequency), 4GB DDR3 memory, 64GB SSD storage, and specifically designed to run a 64-bit Windows 8 operating system.

Compared to HP Omni 10 tablet, Pavilion x2 11T series has a detachable keyboard. Ergonomically designed for a laptop mode and as a keyboard-less like machine. User can easily switch from one form to another depending on their choice. HP introduces this device as a 2-in-1 machine because of its detachable parts.

HP Pavilion x2 11T-H000 with Intel Pentium N3510

Furthermore, Pavilion x2 11T has a magnetic hinge to maintain a stronger bond between a mountable keyboard (with standard keys for notebook computers) and multi-touch enabled 11.6-inch screen. Other specs includes a typical 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi and Bluetooth (no words for version 4.0), standard audio input/output jack, USB 3.0 and 2.0, and HDMI ports.

Its 11.6-inch display supports a full high-definition (HD) 1366 x 768-pixels resolution powered by LED-backlit technology. A protective layer is probably available to avoid direct scratches in original screen.

In addition, Pavilion x2 11T model with 128GB storage is also available in a much higher price. And upgrade from base configurations is also optional and with a different tag.



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