CES 2016: HP launches the detachable Pavilion x2, starts at $499.99

Hammad Saleem


HP has a big list of products to display at the Consumers Electronics Show 2016. It’s not just the Spectre x360, the company also introduced the 12.2-inch Pavilion x2, offering users with a detachable display so it can be used as laptop or a tablet.

The display comes with a latchless magnetic connector which give users the ability to easily attach and detach the display. The laptop comes with a 12.2-inch display sporting a resolution of 1920 by 1280 pixels. Users have some choices when it comes to the processors, they can either opt for Intel AtomTM with 64 GB eMMC or go with the 6th generation Intel Core M processors with 128/256GB of SSD storage.

Hp Pavilion X2

The PC weighs 3.23 pounds when attached with the keyboard and is only 15.3 mm thin making it one of the thinnest 2-in-1 PCs in the Pavilion line-up. Other features includes USB 3.0 ports, USB 2.0 ports, micro HDMI, and offers up to 8.5 hours of battery time.

As for its pricing and availability, the Pavilion x2 will hit retail on February 7th on HP as well as select retailers across the country with prices starting at $499.99.