HP ZBook x2 — not a cheap tablet with a screen resolution of 4K, Nvidia GPU and Core i7 CPU for professionals

Mobile computers that can replace a workstation, invented for many, but tablets are not inferior in terms of performance and supporting a pen, a little. However, now there was one more: HP has introduced a device called the ZBook x2. The new commercials are promoting graphic designers, however, according to the characteristics, fields of application devices much more.

ZBook x2 has a brushed touch screen diagonal of 14 inches with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels with 10-bit color performance and 100% coverage of Adobe RGB color spaces. In the top configuration includes a processor Intel Core i7-8560U family Kaby Lake-R, Nvidia Quadro M620, 32 GB RAM and SSD capacity of 2 TB. But the basic version components, of course, easier: Intel Core i7-7500U and SSD of 128 GB.

The tablet will be offered with a wireless keyboard, and the list of optional equipment listed electronic pen that uses Wacom EMR technology. Stylus provides recognition 4096 degrees of depression and does not need batteries.

Other features of the device can be noted rugged (in accordance with military standard MIL-STD 810G), the presence of fingerprint sensor and integrated keyboard Smart Card reader, support fast-charging technology (to replenish the battery from 0 to 50% takes 30 minutes), web-camera, capable of recording video at 720p, and main camera resolution of 8 MP. A set of standard adapters Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are complemented by a GPS receiver.

In the case of the ZBook x2 integrated folding stand. Also, the tablet has a slot for memory cards SD, video output HDMI 1.4, USB 3.0 port and a couple USB ports-C Thunderbolt. Due to the recent connectivity of the tablet to two monitors 4K resolution.

There is nothing surprising in the fact that with these parameters, ZBook, x2 was and size (366 x 229 x 15 mm) and heavy (1.64 kg). And expensive: in the USA the price starts at $1750.

Source: HP



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