HP debuted a new Windows tablet today, a model named HP Pro x2 410, that bundles a keyboard dock and some solid specs. The device is priced at $899 and up and it debuts just as CES 2014 is starting in Las Vegas.

hp-pro-x2

This is only one of the HP 11.6 inch Windows slate offerings with keyboard, since they also have a line of products of this kind with Atom or Pentium CPUs inside. However, the newcomer relies on an Intel Core i3 or i5 CPU this time. HP will sell the Pro x2 410 in versions with up to 256 GB of storage and a battery that should offer 12 hours of fun.

Of course that applies to the keyboard and tablet together, each with their battery. The slate weighs 1.8 pounds and the keyboard dock turns the whole machine into a 3.8 pound product, so not that light. We’ve also got a pair of 2 MP cameras, Beats Audio and specialized TPM security.

  • Hunffi

    Oh, nice: a renamed Pavilion 11 now labeled as “for Business needs” and still only available with 4GB RAM and no-FHD display.