HP launched the new version of its sleek hybrid, Split 2 even as it faces stiff competition from the Google Nexus 10 2.
The HP Split 2 is powered by a present-generation Intel Core i-Series processor, as opposed to the Atom processor ship that powered the original version Envy 2. With its new processor, the Split 2 is almost identical like any other 13-inch ultrabook –kind laptop. The Split 2 looks great for web surfing all day long, media playback, productivity and emails.
The CPU is fitted in the top half of the device apart from the SSD storage, battery and the RAM. The HP Split 2 comes with 128 GB SSD storage. The keyboard base unit of the Split 2 can accommodate a second battery and also a bigger platter hard drive. What this means is that the user can use SSD in its lid for comply used files and programs. At the same time, 500 GB HDD can be kept in the base for music and movies archives.
The Google Nexus 10 2 surprises one and all with its stunning screen. It features Super PLS (Plane-to-line switching ) screen which is undoubtedly the best display so far seen on any Android OS tablet/hybrid and looks beautiful. It is also interesting to see how it fares against the 2,048×1,536-pixel Retina Display of the iPad 2. The Google Nexus 10 2’s screen offers astounding clarity. It provides sharp, crisp text and renders lifelike videos and images.
The Google Nexus 10 2 also delivers incredible performance. This is the fastest ever Android tablet that is available in the market. Be it switching apps or navigating menus, it offers great speed to provide a seamless usage. Also, its speed is not affected considering that it renders impressive pixels. This only proves the immense power that the Exynos 5250 processor chip provides.