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Product Name: HP X2 DETACHABLE 10-p092ms
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Is HP X2 DETACHABLE 10-p092ms the same as the 10-p010nr model????
I bought a 10-p010nr model at Amazon and got the 10-p092ms. I contacted the seller and he said its the same because HP has different part numbers for the same product based on which channel/vendor they have the goods shipped to.
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Hello Vaps1

 

Banhien is right about the Wifi card and I also recommend keeping the ms model.

Here's a further explanation...

 

HP Notebook x2 - 10-p010nr

Wireless connectivity
Intel® 802.11ac (1x1) Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo (Miracast compatible)

 

HP Notebook x2 - 10-p092ms

Wireless connectivity
802.11ac (2x2) and Bluetooth® 4.0 combo

 

The p092ms has a 2x2 AC wireless card which gives it  2 antenna for transmitting and 2 for recieving.

This allows for more spacial streaming and technically gives more throughput.

Here are some links that will better explain this than I can...

What is the difference between non-intel 1x1 bgn, 2x2 bgn

thinkpad - Laptop wireless networking options: 1x1 vs 2x2 

What's the diff between 1x1, 2x2 - HP Support Forum - 792575

 

This seems to be the only difference between the two models.

Despite the description above, both models do support Miracast for wireless monitor connecting.

 

Good luck.

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Vaps1 wrote:
... I contacted the seller and he said its the same because HP has different part numbers for the same product based on which channel/vendor they have the goods shipped to.

Hi,

 

That may be true with some cases but in this case, it is not true please check line by line:

 

   http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-x2-10-p000-Notebook-PC/12499232/model/13443302/document/c0530...

 

   http://support.hp.com/au-en/document/c05348748

 

Regards.

BH
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I can't seem to find the difference.
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Vaps1 wrote:
I can't seem to find the difference.

Hi,

 

One thing I can say: the wireless card, may be more but for the wireless card specs, the ms machine is better.

 

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Re: Comparison

Hello Vaps1

 

Banhien is right about the Wifi card and I also recommend keeping the ms model.

Here's a further explanation...

 

HP Notebook x2 - 10-p010nr

Wireless connectivity
Intel® 802.11ac (1x1) Wi-Fi® and Bluetooth® 4.2 Combo (Miracast compatible)

 

HP Notebook x2 - 10-p092ms

Wireless connectivity
802.11ac (2x2) and Bluetooth® 4.0 combo

 

The p092ms has a 2x2 AC wireless card which gives it  2 antenna for transmitting and 2 for recieving.

This allows for more spacial streaming and technically gives more throughput.

Here are some links that will better explain this than I can...

What is the difference between non-intel 1x1 bgn, 2x2 bgn

thinkpad - Laptop wireless networking options: 1x1 vs 2x2 

What's the diff between 1x1, 2x2 - HP Support Forum - 792575

 

This seems to be the only difference between the two models.

Despite the description above, both models do support Miracast for wireless monitor connecting.

 

Good luck.

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Alright. Thanks!!
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