Looks like detachable is the main keyword for folks at HP. Last year, we had a chance to see the first detachable Android tablet from Asus in 2011, the Transformer. It is a cool concept as it lets you add a hardware keyword whenever you want to do a lot of typing on the move. HP took more than 2 years to realize that detachable tablets are a good thing and now the company has listed three tablets on this not-so-new concept – Envy X2, Slatebook X2, and Split X2.
It runs Windows 8 and is powered by Atom Z2760 processor that runs at 1.8 GHz clock speed. This CPU is also being used in Lenovo Lynx tablet.Specs include 11.6 inch display, 2GB RAM and 64GB flash storage. It has IPS display that packs 1366 x 768 pixels. It weighs a modest 1.41 kilograms. Costs 649 dollars.
It runs Android 4.2 jelly bean operating system and will be available by August. It costs 479 dollars and packs 10.1 inch display with full HD resolution and comes with 2GB RAM, 64GB flash storage, 720p webcam, 1080p rear camera and weighs 1.27 kilograms. The Slatebook X2 is powered by Tegra 4 processor.
Last and certainly the least is the Split X2 that has a massive 13.3 inch display packing 1366 x 768 pixel resolution. It weighs a hefty 2.2 kilograms and is backed by 128GB flash storage + 500GB HDD, 2gb RAM, 1x USB 3.0 port and micro SD card reader. It runs Windows 8 and will cost you 800 dollars.