HP’s 2-in-1 is sleek, but pricey
HP’s latest, sleekest 2-in-1 has officially arrived in the Philippines. While hybrid or 2-in-1 notebooks are a dime a dozen nowadays, once you see HP’s offering, you’ll see that it’s not a run-of-the-mill hybrid. Their particular offering goes all out in both design and construction, sporting a sleek aluminum chassis that’s sturdy enough for both consumer and business use. What’s really astounding here is the device’s 12.7mm thickness, which is astoundingly thin for a 2-in-1.
Another standout feature it is the stainless steel kickstand, which props up the Elite x2 solidly, allowing the use of a wireless Bluetooth keyboard. The 12-inch display is gorgeous, and sports a full HD resolution panel.
Inside the Elite x2 beats Intel’s latest Core M processor, and a plethora of configurations including SSD storage, 4GB or 8GB of RAM, optional LTE and USB Type-C connectivity. It also comes with a Wacom pen for increased productivity for you creative types.
While HP has not set a price on the Elite x2 yet in the PH, the base price is expected to come at around 60K. Price will increase the more goodies you throw in to the configuration.