HP CHROMEBOOK X2 REVIEW: SEMI-PRO

It used to be that if you wanted a really nice Chromebook with a great screen and good specs, your options were few, far between, and probably made by Google. But in the past year or so, some manufacturers have cottoned on to the idea and started releasing devices that can keep up with more than a dozen tabs. You’ll end up spending $500 or more for the privilege, but that’s still much less than Google charges for the Pixelbook.

https://www.theverge.com/2018/9/27/17820248/hp-chromebook-x2-tablet-review-specs-price

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