Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by HuckleBoo, Jun 4, 2014.
The keyboard is only $30 more.
I wonder what it costs separately?
Recommended choices only state "Pen" for pointing device where configurable tablets have:
Pointing Device: Wacom Pen and Digitizer to support Wacom Pen
So what is a "Pen" pointing device? Very specific in a configurable choice, but very ambiguous in the "recommended" configuration.
vPro is a marketing term for a bunch of Intel technologies, most importantly AMT which allows side-channel remote access. Most users don't need it, and having it without properly setting it up is a security risk.
I want this but with
- Core M Broadwell
- 13,3" FHD
- better touchpad without seperate buttons. E. G. a Elantech one
Forgive my ignorance, but what is FHD?
I too will wait for something Broadwellified that can do what my 2740p can
Where were you the last .... 10 years? FHD = Full HD = Full High Definition = 1920x1080 pixel resolution. Same as for TV and BluRay.
The x2 612 will be the successor auf the Spectre x2 and only the $2600 model with the 4302-Y will be comparable with the Core-M 5Y70.
Ha Ha! I've een using my tc4400, 2710p and 2740p, none of which have anything approaching that resolution--thanks for helping. And Yike, I paid 1400 for my last elitebook, 2600 bucks is a fair bit more...
I changed my Helix to 1360x768 rsolution. It makes NO SENSE to have 1920x1080 and then set the desktop to 150% scaling factor. It looks just like the lower resolution except the dialog boxes have the OK and CANCEL buttons off the window and unusable with some applications. I set mine to the lower resolution and the scaling factor to 100% and eveythng is as it should be. The new UI 'apps' are unafected.
If your sole purpose in buying somethng is based on higher and higher numbers then you are destined for disappointment.
No the resolution is beside the point for me -- I want something lighter with better battery runtime, but it absolutely has to have a pen
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