It appears that the HP Slate 7 isn’t the only Android tablet from the US device maker, since they’ve just announced a new model. This one is more beefier and it features much better specs.


The HP Slatebook X2 is the newcomer and it’s based on the design language of the Envy X2, but this time it runs Android. The device is a 10.1 inch tablet that relies on the Nvidia Tegra 4 processor and supports a 1920 x 1200 pixel resolution. It’s got a 400 nits IPS display and runs the latest version of Android, Jelly Bean 4.2.2.

There’s also a keyboard accessory that makes us think of ASUS and that brings extra battery life. We even get a laptop-style trackpad with support for multitouch gestures, that you won’t see on other Android tablets. Finally, there are two USB ports included, stereo speakers and SD/microSD readers. The product retails for $480, which is not that pricey.