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It’s good, but HP’s user-friendly hybrid still barely scratches the Surface

HP has at least done some service by trying to differentiate its convertible tablet-style PC models - notice the 2 after the X here - and fortunately there’s a whole lot more to like

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
18th March, 2018
HP Elite X2 Price: €2,272

A good hybrid is hard to find, true portability and power, the lasting kind. Microsoft set the standard with its Surface range, which became gloriously confused when Microsoft decided to stop numbering the devices.

HP has at least done some service by trying to differentiate its convertible tablet-style PC models - notice the 2 after the X here - and fortunately there’s a whole lot more to like.

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