A new HP Pavilion 10 x2 was shown for the first time at COMPUTEX 2015 today by Nick Parker from Microsoft who used it to showcase the new Windows 10 that will launch on July 29.
This 10.1-inch Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet wasn’t formally announced today, so the all the specs will be announced by HP later. But the specs that have been provided include an Intel Atom “Cherry Trail” processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB/64GB of storage, a USB Type-C port, and a 12 hour battery life.
As we can see it comes in red, which a lot of HP tablets does. But it will also be available in other colors, like black.
The first HP Pavilion 10 x2 was unveiled at IFA last fall, and as we can see the design is slimmer and sharper on the new 2015-2016 model.
In addition to the first glimpse of the new HP Pavilion 10 x2, Microsoft also stated that HP has a “a game changing tablet for mobile productivity with revolutionary note-taking capabilities” coming.
– Tom Bowen