SlateBook x2 is the first Android tablet/laptop hybrid device from HP featuring Google’s latest Android 4.2 OS. It offers the full functionality of a notebook when connected to keyboard dock and can also be used as a tablet device without the dock. The tablet features a 10.1-inch HD display with the resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. It is powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 processor which offers more realistic gaming and fast web browsing. The SlateBook x2 comes pre-installed with Google’s latest Android 4.2 OS. It also comes with a docking station that transforms SlateBook x2 into a fully functional laptop. The docking station has a full standard keyboard, trackpad, USB 3.0 ports, SD card slot and an additional battery to charge the tablet. For storage, it comes with a 64GB built in memory and can be further expanded by using SD card. It will also support HP’s exclusive native printing capability which allows users to print directly from most applications. The SlateBook x2 is expected to go on sale in August 2013 and prices start from $479.99. Stay tuned for more updates or follow @harrym20 on Twitter.