$480 Hewlett-Packard SlateBook x2 Is an Android Tablet/Notebook Hybrid Powered by Nvidia Tegra 4

Although not really designed for this purpose, Android has been used in devices such as set-top boxes, netbooks and mini PCs for a while, mainly in Chinese products, but recently Hewlett-Packard has announced an All-in-One PC running Android 4.2. The company is persevering its Android push on “legacy” computing devices with a 10.1″ Laptop / Tablet hybrid powered by Nvidia Tegra 4, and running Android 4.2, called SlateBook x2 (Full name: SlateBook x2 10-h010nr).

HP_SlateBook_X2Here are the specifications of this laptop:

  • SoC – Nvidia Tegra 4 (T40S) Quad Core processor @ 1.8 GHz
  • System Memory – 2GB 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM
  • Storage – 16 GB eMMC + Multi-Format Digital Media Card Reader
  • Display – 10.1″ diagonal WUXGA LED-backlit touchscreen display (1920×1200)
  • Connectivity – 1×1 802.11b/g/n WLAN and Bluetooth
  • External Ports:
    • 1x USB 2.0 on base
    • 1x HDMI on base
    • 1x Headphone-out/microphone-in combo jack
  • Keyboard – Full-size island-style QWERTY keyboard
  • Battery:
    • 2-cell 25WHr 2.55Ah lithium-ion polymer battery (Tablet)
    • 2-cell 21WHr 2.55Ah lithium-ion polymer battery (Dock)
  • Dimensions
    • Tablet only: 9.6mm (H) x 258mm (W) x 182mm (D)
    • Tablet and dock: 23.1mm (H) x 258mm (W) x 198.9mm (D)
  • Weight – Tablet only: 599 grams | Tablet and dock: 1256 grams

This Android laptop is available on HP website for $479.00.

Via CNET

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joker
joker
9 years ago

who will buy this ??

Marius
9 years ago

@joker
At this price probably too few. I’ve seen I3 based touchscreen laptops sell for this price and I’d rather have one of those.

äxl
äxl
9 years ago

@Marius
Power consumption/battery life: 12,5 (okay manufacturer information) against 3-5 hours (reviews).
Sure, I also wouldn’t buy it for this price. It should drop especially with only 16GB SSD and without USB3.

joker
joker
9 years ago

@Marius

the price is a big problem 🙁

bobboteil
bobboteil
9 years ago

does tegra 4 support usb3?

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