A tablet-laptop hybrid

HP's Pavilion 11 X2 is an 11-inch Windows 8.1 tablet that can snap into its keyboard dock to transform into a laptop.

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Internal specs

The tablet houses an Intel Bay Trail processor, features a 1,366x768-pixel-resolution IPS screen, and comes with either 64GB or 128GB of internal storage. Read editors' take
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Shiny back

The HP Pavilion 11 X2 has a shiny dark gray design on the tablet's back cover and on the bottom of the keyboard dock. Read editors' take
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Keyboard, trackpad

The keyboard dock includes a touch pad. Just snap the two pieces together and you have a small laptop.

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Laptop hinge

The keyboard dock has a typical clam shell hinge used in laptops to adjust the screen's viewing angle. Read editors' take
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Dual batteries

The HP Pavillion 11 X2 has two batteries -- one in the tablet itself and one in the dock -- for extra power. Read editors' take
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