HP Split x2 The HP Split x2 allows it to be used both as a tablet that as laptop, thanks to the base detachable.HP's latest version, called the Split x2, is a bold reworking, moving more firmly into the laptop category, with a thin, 13-inch body and hardware closer to what you'd find in a full-time laptop,this HP convertible computer combines the best of both worlds for an extraordinary touch-screen experience. With a bright LED display and lightweight portability, it is a great choice for an on-the-go student or business professional.Unlike the Envy X2, the Split X2 runs the full 64-bit version of Windows 8. The Split X2 also has a neat party trick in the form of its dual storage solution. Inside the main display, which detaches to become a tablet, is a 64GB SSD; inside the keyboard part is a 500GB hard disk. This means you've got plenty of storage space, although you need to make sure you've copied files to the SSD if you want them available in tablet mode.HP has equipped the Split x2 with a capable specification. The Core i3-4010Y is the first Haswell- generation Core i3 CPU we’ve encountered, and while it lacks the Turbo Boost of more upmarket CPUs, it’s powerful enough for most purposes.The HP ships with a compact 45 watt laptop style charger. The tablet and dock have 3 cell batteries and HP claims up to 10 hours of use time for the Haswell models. Specifications Dual-core processor fourth-generation Intel Core i3-4010Y 1.3 GHz with 3 MB L3 cache.
4 GB of DDR3 RAM (1 x 4 GB).
Touchscreen Display (1366 x 768) HD anti-glare UWVA by 33.8 cm by 13.3 inches.
Intel HD graphics 4200.
HP TrueVision FHD front camera (2.0 MP) with two digital microphones with integrated software (1080p).
Beats Audio speakers with SRS 3D.
Price:$799 VS Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 The Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 is a second go at the concept Asus experimented with in the Asus Transformer Book Trio. It's a hybrid laptop-tablet that runs two operating systems. Asus calls it the "world's first" four-in-one to use the latest Intel Haswell generation of chips. It's an Android tablet, it's a Windows tablet. But it's also a Windows and Android tablet to boot.The Asus Transformer Book Duet TD300 is an 13.3-inch 1920 x 1080 Full HD IPS touchscreen tablet and laptop convertible. In your hands it feels a little on the hefty side, especially when you detach the dock and try to use it as a tablet.The 13.3-inch tablet announced at CES 2014, packs a performance punch, with a quad-core Intel i7 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage. In addition, the detachable keyboard dock houses a whopping 1TB of internal memory and various ports, including HDMI, LAN, one USB 3.0, and two USB 2.0.Importantly, we didn't notice anything unusual when using the Transformer Book Duet TD300 on either the Windows 8 or Android OS. The device was responsive to the touch and flicked through apps and home screens with ease and no noticeable lag.
Price: $599 to $699
VS Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 hands-on Samsung had announced a new larger-screened Android tablet in the form of the Galaxy Note Pro 12.2. The Samsung Galaxy NotePRO is a 12.2-inch tablet targeting more business-minded users. As well as playing host to the company’s now familiar S-Pen stylus, the high-end device packs in a raft of productivity features around a premium array of components and an all new user interface.Although pricing has yet to be announced, Samsung has confirmed that the NotePRO will start a global rollout this March in white and black versions.The specs on the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 are top of the range, the 2560 x 1600 TFT LCD display is dazzling, add to that 3GB of RAM; an 8MP rear-facing camera & a 2Mp front-facing camera; a 9,500mAh battery; Android Kitkat 4.4 and you’ve to the blueprints to a big screened tablet with a lot of power.