Photo - Dae-Hwan Kim, General Manager, Printing and Personal Systems, HP Malaysia.
Technology solutions giant HP's hybrid, ultrathin PC called the HP Envy x2 is now available in Malaysia and offers a notebook with a detachable screen that also doubles as a full tablet.
HP Malaysia general manager, printing and personal systems, Dae-Hwan Kim, said: "The HP ENVY x2 has a detachable screen that becomes a full tablet when separated from the keyboard via a seamless magnetic latch. Malaysians no longer have to choose between a product that lets them create rich content and another that lets them enjoy entertainment on the go-they can have both in one device."
"Consumers want the flexibility to move between creating rich documents and losing themselves in a great movie," said Dae-Hwan. "With the HP Envy x2, customers can have it all, and the touch experience on this hybrid notebook brings out the best of Windows 8."
Other features include:
- 11.6-inch diagonal HD (touch display with ultrawide viewing angles and a bright, 400-nit In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel as well as HD webcam on the front and an 8-megapixel camera on the back capture high-quality photos and video.
- A new HP Connected Photo application seamlessly syncs photos across multiple devices and offers basic editing options and instant-sharing capabilities for social networks.
- Solid-state memory designed for improved reliability and faster startup times. Near Field Communication (NFC) technology lets users share content, including photos, contacts and URLs, with a simple tap.
- Featuring a sleek aluminum finish and an innovative hinge with magnets that smoothly guide the tablet into place, the HP ENVY x2 weighs 3.1 pounds. When separated, the tablet portion weighs just 1.5 pounds.
Photo - HP ENVY x2
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