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Hands-on with HP's tough little Elite X2: This Surface clone means business

Discussion in 'CSO' started by RSS, Nov 20, 2015.

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    If you drop a Surface Pro 3 and shatter the screen, kiss it goodbye.

    That’s not the case with HP’s newly announced Surface-clone Elite X2. Aimed at business users, you can walk the Elite X2 down to IT, where they can remove a few screws and replace the screen in minutes. No glue and no heat gun, as you must use to open most other tablets.

    But that’s what HP says sets its convertible apart from similar designs, making it better suited for corporate customers who need to be able to service the devices. HP isn’t just taking shots at Microsoft’s Surface Pro-series either—the company says its similar (but consumer-focused) Spectre X2 isn’t up to enterprise standards of durability, either.

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