HP Spectre x2 12 tablet is yet another Surface look-alike

HP is building a new tablet with similar characteristics of the Microsoft's Surface Pro line.

HP Spectre x2 12 tablet

Yet another company that follows Microsoft’s Surface design. This time is HP. According to new images published by WinFuture show that HP is planning to make a new 2-in-1 convertible that looks identical to the Surface Pro 3.

The HP Spectre x2 12 is a 12-inch tablet built entirely out of aluminum and it only measures 8 mm thick.

It’s said that the Surface like tablet will sport the latest Intel’s Core M Skylake processor, 128GB to 256GB of internal storage, full HD display, support for active stylus, and keyboard cover similar to the TypeCover.

In addition, it will include the new USB Type-C ports, Bluetooth 4.0, 8-megapixel rear-facing and 5-megapixel front-facing cameras, and support for LTE connectivity.





The tablet will only weigh 820 grams and when attach with keyboard, it will weigh 1.19 kilogram.

The HP Spectre x2 12 is expected to launch in the coming months with an starting price of 1,200 Euros ($1,350 US Dollar).

Source WinFuture via Microsoft-News

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