HP’s brand new Pavilion x1 11t is a Windows 8.1 tablet with a 11.6 inch display and keyboard dock. Or you can take it as a 2 in 1 PC with Silvermont processing solution. This is one of the first devices to ship with the Intel Pentium N3510 CPU inside.


That chip is based on the same Silvermont architecture as the Intel Atom Bay Trail chips on the ASUS Transformer Pad T100 and Dell Venue 8 Pro slates. The HP Pavilion x2 11t comes with a low power moderate performance chip, but one that’s actually more powerful than the other Atom chips. This is a 22 nm processor with a TDP of 7.5 watts and SDP of 4.5 watts.

The battery here offers nearly 8 hours of run time and other specs include 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage or 128 GB if you want a superior version of the device. There’s also WiFi, a USB 3.0 port, a USB 2.0 port, HDMI, 4 speakers and audio jack. The Pavilion x2 11t is priced at $600 for the basic version.

  • Hunffi

    That’s very bad, because their premium tablets offer only a maximum of 4GB RAM, too. It will hopefully not be available with a Full HD display. Otherwise they are kidding all Split x2/Spectre x2 owners.