HP Elite x2 1012 G1 - 12" - Core M5 6Y54 - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD - with HP

Mfg. Part: T8Z06UT#ABA | CDW Part: 3911018 | UNSPSC: 43211509
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  • Tablet
  • with detachable keyboard
  • Core m5 6Y54 / 1.1 GHz
  • Win 10 Pro 64-bit
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 256 GB SSD
  • 12" IPS touchscreen 1920 x 1280
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • Tablet
  • with detachable keyboard
  • Core m5 6Y54 / 1.1 GHz
  • Win 10 Pro 64-bit
  • 8 GB RAM
  • 256 GB SSD
  • 12" IPS touchscreen 1920 x 1280
  • HD Graphics 515
  • Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth
  • 4G
  • with HP Elite x2 1012 G1 Travel Keyboard
  • HP Active Pen
Experience beauty and power that goes beyond expectations with the HP Elite x2 1012. It's a tested-tough 2 in 1 with precision-crafted keyboards, and a thin and light powerhouse designed to the exacting standards of the enterprise.

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Color: Silver

Product Reviews
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by More equivalent to SP3 The is HP's business oriented Surface Clone. We are currently testing this device against several different Surface models including the SP3, SP3, and SurfaceBook.The HP Elite X2 1012 feels less refined than the SP4, particularly due to the pen. The SP4 pen's new nibs GREATLY increase the writing feel for taking notes. It's the closest I've ever felt that I was writing with an actual pen on actual paper. The newer pen tips profile just enough friction to not make my handwriting look horrible.The pen experience on the X2 is closer to that of the SP3 pen. That said it works well. Some users did lament the loss of the eraser feature without having to press a button on the pen.The X2's display doesn't hold a candle to the SP4 or book, but this isn't all bad. We have less Windows 10 related scaling issues with it and it typically works better connecting the X2 to 1080p TV's and projectors than the Surface's due to matching aspect ratios and resolutions.The users in our office just like to brag about the higher resolution devices, but practically speaking for our general office use there is NO benefit.The kickstand works well and surprisingly no one has complained about the shape compared to the SP3 and 4.The type cover and keyboard is IMO superior to the Surface. The keys are well laid out, they have a decent feel and the typecover is more solid feeling. It doesn't bounce hardly at. The Surface 3 and 4 feels like I'm typing on the lid of a cardboard shoebox.Negatives are lack of Windows Hello compatibility with the front facing camera and supposedly for the fingerprint reader as well. Though, I did not get a chance to try it myself.We had a bad power adapter out of the box, which HP replaced. For this I'm docking a reliability point.The Wacom pen application does a fine job of being able to customize the buttons which is crucial since we're heavy users of OneNote 2013 / 2016 on Office 365.Our users don't like it just because it's not a Surface in name and doesn't have quite the same cachet.I prefer it since it has actual enterprise management features built in and is user repairable. The battery, screen, kickstand, M2 SATA drive and a few other components are all accessible. Supposedly it is possible to PXE boot these guys too, though I have yet to try to create an image and deploy it for this specific device.They also have LTE which the Surface does not. We can eliminate a device (MiFi hotspots) utilizing the X2.Lastly, and this is the killer: So far the dock options are terrible. The USB 3.0 dock only supports 1 external display and is cheap feeling and fiddly to setup. The USB-C dock has unfortunately been very problematic as well. We constantly lose the display and have to undock, disconnect power to dock, and re-dock. We are also experiencing latency with wireless KB and mice ONLY when plugged into the dock. If you plug into the 3.0 port on the device it's great. So, the dock clearly has some issues. We've already updated the dock firmware and drivers as per HP's customer advisory and it has not improved. This is the killer for us. If we can't dock in the office reliably, we're not going to be able to select the X2 as our new device and are going to be going with the Surface.In all, it's basically a slightly less flashy Surface for business users. If they could come out with some replacement pen tips for it that enhance the pen feel, it would be a home run. RealSense camera would be icing on the cake as well. Maybe G2? April 14, 2016
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