This week HP announced the launch of a newly updated version of their HP Pro X2 tablet, which now comes equipped with a 12-inch Full HD display along with a desktop-esk Intel Core i7-7Y75 processor.

The tablet also features its own built-in kickstand for other positions along with a detachable keyboard, making it a decent option for those who are looking for a laptop replacement.

It also supports input from Wacom pens.

To top that off, the HP Pro X2 also comes with 8GB of RAM, a USB 3.1 Type-C port for charging and data transfer, a USB 3.0 port, a microSD card slot, and a SIM card slot for cellular connections to the internet.

The new version will come with a range of storage options, starting at 128GB and running up to 512GB of storage depending on your budget.

You can also choose the battery that you want, including a Pentium 4410Y, Core M3, Core i5, and Core i7 Y-series chip.

It also features a 41 Wh battery that is said to last up to 11 hours.

There will be optional accessories for the tablet that includes a rugged case, USB-C dock and a USB-C travel hub to name a few.

No pricing or availability has been announced yet.

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