HP Chromebook X2
HP’s Chromebook X2 is one of the few Chrome OS tablets out there. But Chromebooks only work so well as tablets still, so HP included a keyboard. As a Surface-style device, the Chromebook X2 pairs just good enough performance with a great battery, excellent display and a form factor that’s probably not ideal for most people. If you can find it on sale for $400, it’s worth considering as a portable secondary computer. Otherwise, you’re probably better off with a standard Chromebook.
- Great battery life
- Well-built hardware
- Keyboard and pen are included
- Excellent (though small) display
- Sluggish performance if you push it too hard
- Keyboard is just OK
- Expensive if it’s not on sale
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