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Product Specifications
Modes
Laptop, Detached, Tablet, Docked
RAM
32GB
Ports
Thunderbolt 3 x2, HDMI 4.1, USB 3.0, SD Card
Stylus
4, 096 Pressure Sensitive Points, No Latency, No Charging
Display
1 Billion Colors, 4K Multi-Touch
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Image Credits: CNET
Image Credits: CNET
Image Credits: CNET
Image Credits: CNET
Image Credits: CNET
Image Credits: CNET
Image Credits: CNET

HP ZBook x2 Detachable Workstation

Add some versatility to your workflow with the HP ZBook x2 Detachable Workstation. Offering the best of both worlds, this laptop transforms into a tablet whenever you need. Incredibly, even when detached, the full-sized Bluetooth keyboard remains connected so you can continue to work. In addition to the laptop, detached, and tablet mode, you can also dock the ZBook x2 using the Thunderbolt 3 port. To help you work down to the pixel, this clever laptop also comes with a stylus with 4,096 pressure sensitive levels. It offers natural tilt and virtually zero latency. What’s more, the stylus never needs charging. Designed to boost your productivity, the ZBook x2 is complete with 18 preconfigured shortcuts as well as the Adobe suite. You can swap brushes and sizes, zoom, and more. With 1 billion colors on the stunning 4K multi-touch display, the ZBook x2 takes your work to the next level.

HP ZBook x2 Detachable Workstation
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.7/10
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Discovered on May 25, 2018, 4:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Mark Myerson
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