HP comes with Chromebook whose keyboard can be disconnected

HP introduced the Chromebook x2, a 2-in-1 that actually consists of a disconnectable keyboard, a stylus and a tablet running on Chrome OS. The screen has a diagonal of 12.3 “and a resolution of 2400×1600 pixels.

HP has equipped the Chromebook x2 with a Core m3 processor of the Kaby Lake generation and has a 4 or 8GB memory and 32GB of storage space that can be expanded to 256GB with a micro-sd card.
Furthermore, the 2-in-1 has stereo speakers, a 13-megapixel camera on the back, a 5-megapixel copy on the front. -c ports present and the battery should last up to 10.5 hours HP has not announced the capacity of the battery
According to the manufacturer, the keyboard can be easily disconnected from the screen via the magnetic hinge. According to HP, this construction is strong enough to keep the tablet in the keyboard when the Chromebook x2 is used as a laptop.
HP will release the Chromebook x2 in the United States for $ 599, including the keyboard rd and the stylus. The device will be available from June 10 through, for example, the HP website. It is not clear if the manufacturer also makes the tablet available in Europe.