If you like your two-in-one pretty and sufficient for streaming video, lots of typing, ink-based markup or casual sketching in proximity to a power outlet, the HP Spectre x2 hits the mark.
The second-gen tablet PC has been completely overhauled to be slimmer, lighter, tougher and more secure.
The HP Elite X3 is a high-end Windows phone built with serious business in mind.
HP's slim, attractive Spectre x2 follows the road not taken by Microsoft's Surface Pro, using lower-power processors to keep the price down, as well as packing in the must-have keyboard cover.
The Pavilion x2 moves its magnetic pull-apart hinge into a 12-inch model.
Not to be confused with the earlier HP Slate Pro 8, this Android-powered enterprise tablet comes packing a high-resolution display, metal body and ultrasound stylus.
HP decides you might as well leave the phone features in your 7-inch phablet as it launches the Slate 7 VoiceTab in Europe.
The 10-incher is another moderate Windows 8.1 release in HP's latest lineup of slates.
The tablet features a 4:3 aspect ratio and houses Nvidia's Tegra 4 processor.
Through T-Mobile, the 7 and 10-inch tablets come with 200MB of data per month for 24 months.
The 7-inch tablet is the first Android slate to feature the Camera Awesome app.
Though it boasts plenty of ports and a physical keyboard, the SlateBooks x2's offerings don't quite match its $480 price.
The HP Slate 7 strips out way too much to make its low price, and what's left can't compare to the Nexus 7's offerings.
If someone else is footing the bill, HP's expensive ElitePad 900 and its accessory ecosystem cover a lot of bases, but this isn't going to be a consumer crossover product.
The HP Envy x2’s capacity to be a full Windows 8 tablet or dock with a keyboard works as well as advertised, provided you’re willing to live with slower performance at a high price. You’re paying for style.
The TouchPad would have made a great competitor for the original iPad, but its design, features, and speed put it behind today's crop of tablet heavyweights.
The HP iPaq rx5900 Travel Companion delivers a sleek all-in-one navigation, productivity, and entertainment device to mobile professionals; we just wish it had better battery life.
Light, thin, and ready for just about anything the business world can throw at it, HP's iPaq rx1950 is a strong performer but falls short with lack of Bluetooth and low memory.