08-04-2016 05:45 AM
So I've been looking into the HP X2 range over the last few days and I'm fairly certain I will buy one. However I've come across a LOT of different models, some of which seem to be identical apart from the product number.
Pavilion X2 10-n100na with X5-z8300 atom
Pavilion X2 10-k008na with Z3736F atom
Pavilion X2 10-n156na with X5-z8300 atom
Pavilion X2 10-n202na with Z3736F atom
I found a few more. So what is the actual difference between all these models? According to the HP specs they're identical apart from processor which begs the question as to why I've come across 3+ different product numbers for seemingly the same tablet.
Also I've come across the X2 210 range, which again seems really similar but pricier with no real difference, apart from the 4gb model which is an obvious upgrade.
I've also seen an X2 210 model that comes with supposed 7mm 2.5" hard drive which would mean it is upgradeable. Can anyone confirm this?
Any clarification between these models would be helpful.
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