Almost two months after the North American availability, Hewlett-Packard brings in Europe its new consumer-oriented Tablet PCs: the HP Pavilion x2 10-n000 series, Pavilion x360 11-k000 series and Pavilion x360 13-s000 series are now available – and all the models have Synaptics digitizer.
A little later, but the new HP hybrid and convertible Tablet PCs are available from European stores. During the past week all the European countries have received the first stocks of Pavilion 10 x2 10-n000 and Pavilion 13 x360 13-s000, while at the moment the Pavilion 11 x360 11-k000 seems available in selected markets only.
Evolution – and revolution – of the “old” Pavilion 10 x2 10-k000 series, the new HP Pavilion 10 x2 10-n000 series is a entry-level hybrid Tablet PC, based on a Intel Atom “Bay Trail” quad-core processor and a 10.1-inch IPS screen (1280×800) with Synaptics digitizer. Compared with the old series, the new 10-n000 devices have a new, renewed detachable keyboard and a USB-C port (for data and charge) in place of the original model’s microUSB 2.0 port.
Much bigger are the new devices from Pavilion 13 x360 13-s000 series: they are convertible Tablet PCs based on 5th-gen Intel Core i3 or Core i5. Compared to the old series, they earn a better 13.3-inch IPS screen and a Synaptics active digitizer. A bit smaller is the Pavilion x360 11-k000 who also gains an improved 11.6-inch screen and support for Synaptics pens – but also a Core M option and a fanless body.
The Pavilion x2 10-n00o series is available in gray, white and red with a starting price of 299 Euros including VAT; the Pavilion 13 x360 13-s000 series is available in gray and red (599 Euros) while the Pavilion 11 x360 11-k000 series is coming in gray, red, green and purple (399 euros with Celeron).
Article by Tablet PC Street