Together

The HP Slatebook X2 comes with a keyboard dock for $480 total. However, the keyboard is cramped and the screen has a nasty yellow-tint problem. Read full review
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Double-wide

The X2's double-wide touch pad includes multitouch gesture support for pinch, zoom, and two-finger swipes. Read full review
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Power on the rear

The power button sits on the tablet's back, but is surprisingly easy to find. Read full review
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Pack it up

Like any Netbook -- which this is not...really -- the SlateBook is easily portable. Read full review
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Connect

The keyboard connects to the bottom of the slate quite easily. Read full review
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The other side

Unfortunately, the microSD slot is blocked when the tablet and keyboard are connected. Read full review
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Full

The keyboard includes full versions of both an HDMI port and a USB 2.0 port. Read full review
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Yellow

Remember that yellow tint I mentioned? Well, here you can see it pretty clearly. On the left, the HP SlateBook x2. On the right, the Google Nexus 10. One of these reminds me of something. Guess which! Read full review
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