HP has produced a removable ZBook x2 tablet that can compete with the workstation in terms of performance.
The novelty is equipped with a 4-core processor Intel Core i7 family Kaby Lake-R, professional discrete graphics card NVIDIA Quadro M620, RAM up to 32 GB and solid-state drive capacity of up to 2 TB. The device contains a matte 14-inch touchscreen display with 10-bit color reproduction, whose resolution can reach 4K. Support for a passive stylus created by HP based on Wacom technology is claimed. In the input process, 4096 levels of force are recognized, and you can also erase the input image with the reverse end.
The ZBook x2 has a stand, HD camera, card reader, HDMI video output, one USB 3.0 port and two USB ports -C with support for Thunderbolt, which allows you to output the image to two external 4K monitors. In the keypad, the key illumination is integrated. The weight of the device is 2.17 kg.
The HP ZBook x2 tablet in the starting configuration is estimated at $ 1,749. His sales will begin in December.
Source: The Verge