HP unveiled its first detachable two-in-one tablet and ultrabook hybrid for businesses in Barcelona last week, the Spectre X2 Pro.
While attending the event, we got a product manager to talk us through the main features of the Spectre X2, which is aimed at eliminating the need for employees to bring their own devices (BYOD) to the office. It will also help those workers who aren't provided with separate tablets and PCs by IT departments, the firm claimed.
The Spectre X2 Pro's chassis is made of aluminium and features HP's Coolsense technology, which allows it to adjust its temperature based on usage and conditions.
On the inside, the HP Spectre X2 Pro will be powered by Intel's latest fourth generation Haswell Core i3 or Core i5 processors. There will be an SSD drive for internal storage. While at the event we also had a look at the Elitebook 800 ultrabook, which the firm said had military-grade durability.
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