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Final Clearance HP Split X2 13.3" Touchscreen Ultrabook - Silver (Intel Core i5-4202Y/ 128GB SSD/ 4GB RAM/Windows 8)

  • Model #: 13-g118ca
  • Web Code: 10271409
  • Release Date: 11/15/2013
3.0
(4 ratings)
$799.97

This product is eligible for a free* Windows 10 upgrade.

Windows 10

Overview

Get the best of both worlds with an HP Ultrabook. This dynamic 13.3" touchscreen laptop becomes a tablet in a snap, giving you multiple modes of display and functionality on a crisp and ultra-clear 13.3" touch-enabled monitor. Powered by Intel processors and graphic cards, drive efficient operation for apps, games, media and more, with enhancement from USB 3.0 and Beats Audio integration.

More Information

  • 13.3" touchscreen monitor with 1366 x 768 resolution and backlit by LED: Displays text, still and motion graphics in vibrant clarity on a touch-enabled monitor, whether operated upright or laying flat as a tablet
  • 1.6GHz 4th generation dual-core Intel i5 processor with 4GB RAM: Power smooth performance and fast load times without buffering or lagging, even when working with multiple or data-heavy applications
  • 128GB SSD hard drive: Provides ample storage and allows for quick retrieval of all your important files, programs, and media
  • Intel HD graphics 4400 graphics card: Captures a wide range of tonal depth and hue for true-to-life picture, even during fast action scenes
  • HDMI output connectivity: Lets you link directly to TVs, game consoles or second monitors to enhance display capabilities
  • USB 3.0 ports: Enable data transfers up to 10x faster than with USB 2.0
  • Integrated Bluetooth and Wireless LAN 802.11b/g/n connectivity: Bridge together internet-ready devices within range
  • Beats Audio: Gives you richer, better sounding audio through dual speakers
  • Dual microphone: Enhances gaming and video calls with advanced noise cancellation that lets you hear and be heard clearly
  • HP CoolSense: Keeps your notebook cool and comfortable for most efficient and long lasting operation
  • Bilingual Windows 8 operating system: Provides a user-friendly operational platform in both official languages

What's in the Box?

  • Manual
  • Power Cable

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)
  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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  • from Toronto, ON
  • Jan 03, 2014
2.0

not a good buy

I reviewed this product about a month ago. since then I've had to replace It two times and I ended up returning it after the third one. The first one came out of the box with a faulty hinge, the second one had the screen fail after two weeks (all the lights turn on but the screen stays blank), the third had a faulty power button (got stuck while pressing it) and the touch pad becomes unresponsive randomly and you have to disconnect the slate from the keyboard and reconnect to get it to work again. This is too bad because otherwise the unit is very good, stylish, thin, fast and offered great features that you won't find on other convertibles. I liked it so much that I tried three times to find one that wasn't flawed. Maybe it's just too new of a device, there isn't that many in depth reviews from people after using it for a while. Im disappointed in HP, I hope that this is not a trend as they used to make quality stuff. Now a days there are a lot of people who have serious issues with HP products. Hope my review helps, I'm going to try one more HP device before I give up on them. I'm thinking of a 15" touch screen laptop.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Dec 11, 2013
4.0

this is a really good two in one

I recently went through three devices until I settled with the split x2. And I found it very good, it is a very solid device with a great build quality. It is very thin as well, look at the specs, it's one of the thinnest laptops around. A little bit on the heavy side but its due to the material used (all metal). It definitely doesn't feel cheap, its very well built and the quality shows, it really justifies the price. The i5 is very responsive, and power efficient with a combination of streaming video and ms office, surfing the Internet I got over five hours of usage with lots of battery to spare (37%) infact it was on for several hours after but I plugged it in before going to bed, I didn't get to track the battery usage more closely but I assure you its satisfactory. Lots of features, such as Intels auto update of emails and other programs while the device is off to keep your notifications and other things up to date. Really good wifi connectivity, multi touch synapsis touch pad, bluetooth 4.0, nfc, second battery in the keyboard, dual external storage cards, and all work very good. I did have some minor issues with the touch pad but nothing major, it seems an update (or during update) it acted up but now everything is fine. The speekers are nothing special (practically no bass, volume is on the low side) beats audio I believe does more on the processing side of things and not the physical speekers, the screen resolution is alright, but for the price they could of gone with a 1080 resolution, there is an optional hard drive that you can get that goes in the keyboard half but you have to get it through HP, as it requires a little bit of work to get it in. For the price either the 1080 screen or hard drive should have been included. Still worth the money though and im a pretty big critic overall. In summary I am very happy with the device. I like the HP products, I tried another version (all black with amd a6) but found it somewhat laggy, and 64GB of internal storage really goes fast, also that model doesnt have the IPS screen or second battery in the keyboard. Battery actually really sucks compared to this (i7) model. I also tried the surface pro 2 which other then the pen there wasnt anything special about it, and the battery wasnt as good as the HP (thanks to the second battery) as well there wasn't the second SD card in the surface. All in all very happy, if you are interested, its definitely worth trying. I give it a four out of five only for the price not justifying the screen resolution or hd upgrade.