HP has unveiled Pavilion x2 (2015), its first tablet with USB Type-C
HP has officially unveiled a new version of the Pavilion x2 10. The tablet will go on sale in mid-July at a price of $ 299, but the updated plug-in keyboard will be available as an optional accessory, so you can buy it separate. The device will be available in three colors: red, white and silver.
2015 HP Pavilion x2 is a 10-inch tablet (1280 x 800 pixels) Quad-core Intel Atom Bay Trail processor (Z3736F), 2 GB RAM and 32/64 GB of memory eMMC. Connection of various devices is provided by the presence of a USB Type-C to USB 2.0 standard size, output microHDMI and microSD reader. All of this directly on the tablet itself. The thickness of the device is 9.65 mm (16.75 mm with keyboard), and a weight of 585 grams (1.125 kg with keyboard). The autonomy of the device manufacturer estimated at 11 hours of video playback.
Keyboard unit, which is probably the most important improvement that this version has a 135° opening angle (more than the competition from Asus and Acer) and integrated touchpad.
It should be noted that earlier this month at Computex 2015, this model was presented in versions with Intel Atom Cherry Trail. This suggests that in the coming months you may receive a model with the updated equipment, which is likely to drive the market version based on last year’s platform, or will be sold along with it.