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Review: HP overreaches and underdelivers with the SlateBook x2

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  • HP SlateBook 10-h010nr x2 PC
    2.5/5

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

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At a Glance

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

Price when rated: $480
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Pros

  • Lots of ports
  • Small and portable

Cons

  • Apps crash randomly
  • Case is easy to scratch
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