HP SlateBook x2 10 inch

  • HP SlateBook x2 10 inch
71
Based on 35 scores, 67 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    7
  • Good:
    7
  • Average:
    10
  • Bad:
    11

Pros:

  • Very fast quadcore processor.
  • Sharp screen resolution.
  • Comfy keyboard.

Cons:

  • Dim display.
  • Short battery life.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Expert Reviews on 60

Great value for Tegra 4 and a keyboard dock, but screen quality is...

By Engadget on 67

This dockable Android tablet offers a comfortable keyboard dock and fast performance for a reasonable price. Just beware of the trade-offs before taking the...

By TrustedReviews on 60

The HP Slatebook X2 is a powerful Tegra 4-powered Android convertible let down by an average battery life and disappointing screen. It's not dreadful by any means, but there's little here that makes it stand out.

By TechTree on 60

While it's great that HP is experimenting with the SlateBooks, the problem lies in the fact that this product is still a work in progress. Most of the issues we had with the HP SlateBook x2 are more to do with software rather than hardware itself. For...

By Good Gear Guide on 50

The HP SlateBook x2 comes with a well designed keyboard dock and offers decent performance, but that's about where the good things end. There are too many significant flaws to recommend, including a lacklustre display, a proprietary charger with an...

By NotebookCheck on 85

HP SlateBook x2 Imagine an Envy x2 at half the price running Android instead of Windows and that is essentially the SlateBook x2 in a nutshell. This 10.1-inch detachable has more in common with the Envy x2 than the Split x2 - and that should be taken as...

By telegraph.co.uk on 60

Last year, I even purchased an Asus Transformer Prime, which, with its beautiful metallic spun design and incredibly thin frame, seemed to answer all my needs. However, I was sorely disappointed to discover that the Android software was buggy, and the...

By firstpost.com on 70

The HP SlateBook x2 is a fast hybrid device and performed quite well in most of the benchmark tests. Barring the cramped keyboard, reflective screen and the below average audio experience we did not find anything missing in the device. Lack of 3G may be...

By Computer Shopper on 70

HP’s second foray into Android tablets is a Tegra 4 screamer with a wealth of features, including a decent keyboard dock. Only a lackluster screen dampens our enthusiasm....

By Android Central on

The Slatebook X2 is a solid workhorse, as long as you're prepared to make some compromisesFor some of us, the allure of having an ultra-portable computer and a tablet built around the same device is the future. It’s not anything new, as we’ve seen...

By AsiaOne on 80

For an Android laptop-tablet hybrid, the SlateBook x2 has good specifications and battery...

By Android Police on

are always the most difficult part of a review, because oftentimes people jump straight to the bottom to form an opinion of the device (perhaps stopping to look at the benchmarks along the way). As a result, it's incredibly important to form a...

By ausdroid.net on

As only the second device that HP has released running Android, the Slatebook X2 is a step in the right direction, when compared against their first attempt. As a laptop replacement that can be used as a tablet when necessary, the Slatebook X2 does a...

By uk.hardware.info on

The HP SlateBook x2 is an Android tablet with keyboard dock that has the classic business look to it. It's a design that fits this brand, in our option. The keyboard dock is very complete, with extra connectors and even a second battery, but the build...

By Gadget Guy Australia on 70

The netbook is dead, and HP’s Mini-note range hasn’t exactly been resurrected, but that isn’t stopping the brand from attempting something close in the Android-based SlateBook, a machine that tries to do what made the Envy X2 work so well, except...

By PC World on 50

A tiny touchpad coupled with buggy software makes the HP SlateBook x2 disappointing as both a laptop and a...

By uk.hardware.info on

We can be brief about the performance of the Tegra 4. It's a very powerful chip, and it stands head and shoulders above all of the other SoCs used in Android tablets. The Tegra 4 has a GPU that's actually as powerful as the one in the iPad, which is...

By CNET Australia on 60

Though it boasts plenty of ports and a physical keyboard, the SlateBooks x2's offerings don't quite match its $480...

By TechReviewSource on 70

HP makes a strong attempt at a proper convertible with the SlateBook x2, a screaming-fast, Tegra 4-powered Android tablet, but it's not without...

By LaptopMag on 70

The HP SlateBook x2 is a capable Tegra 4-powered tablet and mini laptop in one device for an affordable price, but it involves some...