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HP Split 13-m110sa 13.3 inch Tablet PC with Keyboard (Intel Core i3-4010Y 1.3GHz Processor, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD, 5400rpm, Intel HD Graphics 4400, Integrated Webcam, Windows 8)
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- Have it both ways. Ready for any situation, the durable hinge design makes docking and undocking work easier so you can get the productivity and power of a notebook and the flexibility and fun of a tablet
- Full mobility with two batteries, one in the base and one in the tablet, you can leave the power outlet behind
- HP Connected Music
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HP Split 13-m110sa x2 PC
13.3" screen | 4 GB memory | 500 GB hard drive | Intel Core i3 processor | 2.3 kg | Yes camera
Have it Both Ways
Ready for any situation, the durable hinge design makes docking and undocking work like magic so you get the productivity and power of a notebook and the flexibility and fun of a tablet.
Leave the Power Outlet Behind
Full mobility with 2 batteries, one in the base and one in the tablet, you can leave the power outlet behind.
HP Connected Music
Embedded software that allows consumers to access the Universal Music Catalogue for 1 year for free and a chance to win concert tickets, meets and greets with artists and exclusive concerts3 .
Bring Windows 8 to Life
Get more from Windows 8 using intuitive gestures. Swipe and tap on the 33.8 cm (13.3") HD touchscreen display that delivers crisp, vibrant images.
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HP Connected Music
HP Connected Photo
802.11b/g/n WLAN; Bluetooth 4.0 HS
Windows 8 64
Intel Core i3 processor
Intel Core i3-4010Y (1.3 GHz, 3 MB cache, 2 cores)
4 GB DDR3L SDRAM
33.8 cm (13.3") HD anti-glare UWVA touchscreen (1366 x 768)
Intel HD Graphics 4200
2.3 kg; tablet only: 1 kg
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Weight varies by configuration
Jack black, modern silver cover with silky soft touch finish
2. High definition (HD) content is required to view high-definition images.
3. Offer available on HP consumer PCs with Windows 8. Streaming option is free for 365 days from first day of the registration. Registration deadline: December 31st, 2013.
Get More, Right from the Start
Windows 8.1 gives you the power to quickly browse, watch movies, play games, polish your resume and pull together a killer presentation -- all on a single PC. You can organise up to 3 apps on your screen at once with a single view. Quickly act on results from across your apps, files and the web with Bing Smart Search.
Customise Your Start Screen
Personalise your Start screen with your favourite news, friends, social networks, and apps. Customisable colours and backgrounds and 4 different sizes of tiles make your device as unique as you.
The Apps You Want
In addition to great built-in apps for email, people, photos and video editing -- you can also download thousands of popular apps from the Windows Store.
From the Start screen, you are just a click away from the familiar Windows desktop you know so you can do the stuff you’ve always done.
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Bought my HP Split from Amazon Warehouse Deals, which meant a great saving from brand new (paid under £300) but when I received the machine could not see a single mark on it and would never have known it was not box-fresh.
I will agree with the comments about it being remarkably heavy for the size, but I don't mind that at all, as it has to mean it is built to last. Build quality is outstanding, appearance is top and looks easily as nice as as the Macbook I bought 2 years ago at a much higher price.
Reason for purchase is so I can take my Web Design environment out and about with me when travelling and with clients, which was not really doable with my Lenovo Ideapad Netbook and certainly not with my iPad. The ability to have both a full laptop AND a 13.3" tablet running a full OS is brilliant and so flexible, I love it. Still need to find a good case for the screen so I can have it propped up when in tablet mode, and once that is sorted, my iPad may become obsolete
The other half loves the tablet mode and the screen is as often in the kitchen as on the sofa :v)
One issue is that the micro SIM on the screen has stopped working and resists any attempt via driver updates etc to revive - hence 4 stars as I hoped to be able to Bluetooth to the NAD toplay music allowing tracks to be selected from the comfort of the sofa in tablet mode.
Bluetooth was a little flaky after the Windows 8.1 upgrade but I think it has settled after a driver update - but due to the MicroSIM issue it's not used often!
Reading reviews elsewhere some people to say that it is not really a tablet as when split in tablet mode the tablet itself is heavy. This is true but this is a combo device which means it is a laptop which can detach to become a tablet PC.
If you want to run windows applications properly and have the benefit of a full windows system then this is the right device. You can of course get windows RT which is designed for tablet devices and these tablet devices will be smaller and lighter but Microsoft have said they will probably drop windows RT in the near future, and of course with windows RT you are restricted as to what you can use from the windows store.
This device has the full blown windows 8 (with the option to upgrade to windows 8.1 free).
The device is very fast and boots up in around 3 -5 seconds and also shuts down just as quick.
It is stable and built of good quality.
Personally I design windows applications both web and desktop and I have installed MS SQL Express 2012 along with Visual Studio both Web and Desktop and these run very well and very quickly without any issues. In fact the install time was the quickest I have ever seen.
It comes with 64GB in the tablet but when docked you get the full 500GB as the docked option gives you not just the keyboard but the additional hard drive and additional battery.
Battery life is ok but again this will depend on what you are doing.
In tablet mode I have no problems with it and can watch films, read the news, weather, emails and get the full blown windows 8.1 experience. The sound quality is great. personally I use tablet mode more for leisure but when it comes to work I simply dock and get a proper powerful laptop experience.
This is not so much the device but more windows 8.1. Creating a backup using the conventional means in windows 8.1 is causing a lot of users problems. However HP provide a one time backup option. Please note that you can backup to an external DVD drive if you have one or a USB drive. If as I did you use the USB option HP backup will not recognise a drive larger than 32GB. Why? I am not sure and a bit of a pain as I purchased a 64GB usb drive just for this. However I purchased a Kingston 32GB and the HP backup worked fine. Not to worry as the 64GB USB is now working as the File History backup device on this system and working very well.
Overall as a programmer this device is excellent, I can remote into my server, but as it is windows 8 also install everything I need on the local machine. The screen is nice and bright and I have had no problems in attaching other devices such as a wireless mouse, external storage etc.
Networking is good and have had no issues with joining a home group and using media player as a shared resource from either Xbox, or other window 7 PC's and also printer sharing works fine. I also installed on a different computer windows server essential R2 and connected with the connection app and that apart from backups (windows 8.1 know issue) worked with a hitch.
I run Office 365 home premium (subscription) and this also works without an issue and connects to SkyDrive without any problems.
This is a bit of a heavy device of which some people complain about, but if you want a combo PC of which you can do more or less anything on then this meets the bill fine. I am not a games player so I cannot comment on that side of life.
The concept is a good one, but I am left unconvinced by the reliability of the SSD memory on which the operating system resides.
To compound things, sadly I bought directly from the HP store, whose customer service is not a patch on Amazon's, and as I have had it just over 28 days will.only offer a repair. Hp are also real pain to deal with.
Personally I wouldn't risk buying one of these devices again, but if you do take a punt, I suggest you do via Amazon and not Hp directly.
I will.keep this post updated with how things pan out.
Update: After much wrangling with HP, it bought the computer back from me for the price I paid. Will avoid Hp in future... But at least not out of pocket.
But! It has been a pleasure to use this hybrid computer. It's surprisingly powerful and fast thanks to the Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB ram and 64GB SSD (and an extra 500GB when plugged into the keyboard). It can handle relatively demanding tasks; I am able to play games such as The Sims 3 in medium settings with no issues. The battery life is also fantastic and will last you for most of the day.
The downsides are that it is quite heavy and the trackpad can sometimes be a bit of a pain and switches between apps. But the HP Split X2 is great if you want something portable that's the best of both worlds. This is going to be perfect for university in September.