HP Debuts The Chromebook x2 – World’s First Detachable Chromebook

Posted by at 10:31 am on April 10, 2018

HP has lunched the the Chromebook x2, building upon their existing Chromebook 11 and Chromebook x360 devices.

The HP Chromebook x2 is a detachable 2-in-1 device. While we’ve seen Acer announce the first ChromeOS tablet a few weeks ago , the HP Chromebook x2 is the first detachable device to be running ChromeOS.

HP Chromebook x2 sports the specsof the higher performance ChromeOS device. Built around an Intel Core M3-7Y30 processor, HP is aiming for the Chromebook x2 to be used as a primary computing device for consumers looking for more available horsepower on a ChromeOS device.

HP Chromebook X2 can also runĀ  Android appsĀ from the Google Play Store inside ChromeOS. This will allow users to access more tablet-optimized Android apps.

HP Chromebook X2 is prices at $599, with the keyboard dock included.

HP Chromebook x2
Processor Intel Core M3-7Y30 (Kaby Lake)
Memory 4GB LPDDR3-1600 (Onboard)
Screen 12.3-inch Touchscreen (2400×1600)
Storage 32GB eMMC (non-upgradable)
Camera HP Wide Vision 5MP Camera (front facing)

13 MP HP Camera (rear facing)

Wireless Intel 802.11ac 2×2 + BT 4.2
Connections 2 x USB 3.1 Gen 1 (Type-C)
MicroSD Card Reader
Audio combo jack
Battery 48 Wh
Dimensions 11.50 in (W) x 8.32 in (D) x 0.33 in (H)
1.62 lb (tablet); 3.07 lb (tablet + base)
OS ChromeOS
Price $599 – available starting in June

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