Friday, April 5, 2013

HP Envy x2

HP is the most recent to market with the ENVY X2,and its the most sophisticated yet.Yes, the aluminum casing,very good keyboard and lovely IPS display are powered by 1.8GHz Dual Core Atom Z2760 processor with 2 GB of DDR2 RAM and 64GB of internal SSD.The Atom is paired with Power VR SGX545 intergrated graphics licensed from Imagination Technologies,and an improvement over the GMA500 graphics used on older Atom machines.It can handle 1080p video playback and casual gaming,including 3D games in the Windows Store but forget about Warcraft or Call of Duty.The ENVY X2 features an 11.6″inch HD touchscreen display that provides hands on computing.with ultra-wide viewing angles and a bright in Plane switching (IPS) display.

You won’t need to take camera with you have the HP ENVY X2.It has an 8 Megapixel camera in the back of the tablet,letting you take high quality photos and videos wherever you go.It also has a HD front facing camera for video chat.The lightweight dock has a built in battery that helps to provide even more battery life for yourENVYX2.It also provides useful connections such as USB ports,a HDMI connection and an SD slot.Simply connect the tablet to your keyboard to transform your tablet into sleek looking laptop.The innovative things uses magnets and a latch to hold the tablet section onto the keyboard dock,which securely holds the tablet and transforms the ENVY X2 into laptop.The magnets help to hold to hol the display in place,so you don’t need to worry about the tablet falling out of the base.

HP Envy x2 Features
11.6-inch diagonal HDtouch LED Backlit Widescreen IPS display with Windows 8 touch interface.
A sleek aluminum finish and an innovative hinge with magnets that smoothly guide the tablet into place.
In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel providing visual experience indoors and outdoors
HD webcam on the front and an 8-megapixel camera on the back for high-quality photos and video recording.
Beats Audio for rich audio experience.
An optional stylus that offers added creativity.
Near Field Communication (NFC) technology lets users share content, including photos, contacts and URLs, with a simple tap.

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