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(Pocket-lint) - Following Microsoft's big unveil of its Windows 10 hardware last night, HP has held an event to reveal its new offerings. One of these is a new Spectre x2 laptop that converts into a tablet.

The Spectre x2 is the thinnest 2-in-1 convertible PC the company has ever made at 8mm thin as a tablet and 13.15mm with the keyboard attached. It's light too at 1.22kg in total weight. But it's specs still manage to impress.

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The Spectre x2 packs the latest sixth gen Intel Core M processors in a fanless system with up to 256GB storage.

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The display is a 12-inch touch panel with 1080p resolution and 150-degree viewing angle. There is an included HP Active Pen for drawing on-screen. The display also features Panel Self Refresh tech allowing it to hold images on the screen so as to save processing power. There's also a larger battery thanks to the U-shaped kickstand, although how long that lasts wasn't divulged.

There's an 8-megaixel rear camera and an Intel RealSense camera on the front for 3D interactivity. Plus Bang & Olufsen tuned dual speakers on both the keyboard and tablet.

The Spectre x2 also features two USB 3.0 Type-C connectors and includes an adapter in the box. There is also 4G connectivity and the device comes with HP DataPass allowing connection over LTE without a contract, with 250MB free per month.

The HP Spectre x2 will be available in October starting at £849.

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Writing by Luke Edwards.