Today, we’re announcing how the x2 line is getting bigger (with the Core-processor-powered Split x2) and smaller (thanks to the SlateBook x2, the first Android hybrid to rock an Nvidia Tegra 4 processor). So, since we’ve got your attention let’s dig a little deeper into both.
It wasn’t so long ago that I was saluting the ENVY x2 for being this awesomely-designed, nimble little machine that can do everything I need it to over the course of a whole day. Honestly, I hadn’t seen such an elegant solution before that. Now along comes it’s younger brother, the new SlateBook x2. It’s even smaller…and it’s running Android 4.2.2 on Nvidia’s Tegra 4 processor as I write this post (on it).
Let me see if this describes you: You can’t decide on any given day if you should break out the tablet or your laptop. You like having the power to do things like, say, play advanced games….but also not need to drag around an oversized machine. If this sounds familiar, I think that the x2 family of PCs might be worth checking out. Namely, the new Split x2.
If you’re not familiar with our x2 computers, let me get you up to speed with this Top 5 list that breaks down a couple of the bigger reasons….
Don’t mess with your mom. She knows when you’re lying and she can sniff out when you’ve only remembered Mother’s Day at the last minute. So stow the boxes of chocolate and wilting roses that stink of desperation – hook up that important woman in your life with some solid respect. So, I partnered up with HP printing diva* (*not official title), Jackie Ellwood for a couple key tips and I pipe in with a couple of my own….that’ll hopefully save my keister come Sunday.
Since Windows 8 Launched, I’ve been doing my part to test it. So, in the name of “work,” I continue downloading the games available in the Windows 8 App store. (I’ve already done a number of stories about Win 8 apps on the blog, but what you’re going to find below is a quick hit list of titles I’ve come across worth checking out.)
Darren has lived with this Ultrabook-class conversation piece and used it as his primary PC for a week. For work. For play. For writing this very story you’re about to read. Find out how the SpectreXT TouchSmart works with everyday, every way use.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 8th! For a full 24 hours, we’re hosting Expert Dayon the HP Consumer Support Forums. Haven’t been before? It’s the biggest tech support party online where you can ask questions and get answers from more than 250 tech experts and HP staff.
This time out, music industry legend, Young Guru tells us about his past and how you can get yourself an education in audio engineering. I joined him on the LA leg of the Era of the Engineer tour so what you’re about to read are my questions – as well as some questions from current students that want to get in on being an audio engineer.