HP's Pavilion comes in dual sizes, includes dual batteries
This is Eric Franklin from cnet.com and today, I'm taking a first look at the HP Pavilion 13 x2.
This is a 13-inch detachable with a 1366x768 IPS resolution screen.
This also gets pretty bright as according to HP.
It's rated at 400 [unk].
Also includes a Bay Trail processor, a 2-megapixel front-facing
camera, HDMI, full HDMI and a microSD storage expansion slot.
You also have your choice of going with an AMD A6, an Intel Haswell or you can also put in a 500-gigabyte hard drive.
There are also two USB 2.0 slots on the base as well as a full-size SD card slot and HDMI.
Once you've attached this slate from the base, you have a microSD card slot option.
Look for it on November
17th starting at $599 along with an 11-inch Bay Trail version.
Once again, I'm Eric Franklin.
This has been the first look at the HP Pavilion 13 x2.
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