HP has revealed a new 2-in-1 device, powered by the Windows 10 operating system, at this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.
The HP Pro x2 512 G2 has been designed to meet the mobility needs of the modern professional, and is built with multiple modes to support user work processes. These include presentation mode, inking mode and notebook mode.
The device also features a touchscreen, making it easy for users to draw using Windows Ink and mark webpages using Microsoft Edge.
The HP Pro x2 512 G2 can be easily be used in laptop mode once the HP Pro x2 Collaboration Keyboard is magnetically attached. Tablet mode also enables apps to be smoothly scaled on screen, and adapted for easy navigation.
The device also has a removable back, making it easy for data to be secured on premise. On site repairs and upgrades can also be easily carried out.
Other features include a 165-degree kickstand, USB-C and USB-A connections, 11 hours battery life, a Built-in smart card reader, and an optional fingerprint reader.
The HP Pro x2 512 G2 is available now.