Hewlett-Packard at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, unveils several new products, including a hybrid Pavilion11 x360 and two phablets called Slate 6 VoiceTab/Slate 7 VoiceTab.
With a top that can be folded in one direction or the other, the hybrid HP Pavilion11 x360 has several uses: laptop screen viewing or touch pad usage. Having only 1.4 kg on the scale and based on an Intel (N2820 dual-core 2.17 to 2.39 GHz or Pentium N3520 quad-core Celeron 2.16 to 2.42 GHz) processor, the Pavilion11 x360 offers a 11.6-inch touch screen 10 points, an audio system with two speakers with Beats Audio, a chiclet keyboard with aluminum frame, an HD webcam and a soft touch finish to avoid fingerprints.
The phablets Slate 6 VoiceTab/Slate 7 VoiceTab use a Marvell processor of PXA1088 type quad-core and offers a display of 6 or 7 inches respectively (on an IPS panel). They offer two SIM supports with a compatible 3G+ (with DataPass 250 MB per month free for two years, then chargeable), Wi-Fi connection, two stereo speakers on the front, a digital camera of 5 megapixels, webcam of 1 megapixels at rear and internal memory expandable with MicroSD or via the cloud.
The entrance fee is set at 399 euros for the HP Pavilion11 x360 which will release in late March. Expected in May, HP Slate 6 VoiceTab/Slate 7 VoiceTab will be available from 229 and 249 euros.