Imagine that you’re a digital artist. You like the idea behind Microsoft’s Surface Pro—a good touchscreen with pen support, tablet form factor for convenience, but adaptable into something like a laptop for when you’ve gotta write an e-mail—but you want something with a bit more potency. Perhaps you need to do 3D modeling, perhaps your Photoshop files are a bit too big and complex, perhaps you use Chrome so the Surface Pro’s 16GB of RAM is too limiting.
Boy, does HP have the answer for you.
The ZBook x2 joins HP’s line of Surface Pro-like hybrid tablets, but as the Z in the name will indicate (at least, to those who are overly familiar with HP’s product naming terminology), this is positioned as a workstation-class machine, sitting alongside HP’s other PC workstations.
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