Rapid Review: HP SlateBook x2
Aug 23, 2013 4:48 PM
The SlateBook x2 could make for a compelling netbook replacement, but it suffers from a relatively high price and some problematic software.
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Review: HP overreaches and underdelivers with the SlateBook x2
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