HP Split 13-m110sa x2 £349 with code @ HP Store
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HP Split 13-m110sa x2 £349 with code @ HP Store

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Found 23rd Jun 2014
Just happened to check one of the other deal posted but then with the below got to the price of £349 for the HP Split 13-m110sa x2

Actual price - £399

£50 off code - X13SAVE50

Total - £349
Deal ?!!

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Video review

Intel Core i3-4010Y processor
64 GB mSATA SSD buil-into tablet
500 GB SATA hard drive inside the keyboard dock
MicroSD card slot on tablet
full size SD card slot on the keyboard dock
4 GB RAM
13.3" capacitive touchscreen (basic non-IPS display!)
802.11G/N Wireless LAN and Bluetooth 4.0
2 USB ports and a HDMI output on the keyboard dock
Accelerometer & Gyroscope
charges via laptop style power supply, not micro USB!
proper Windows 8 (64bit)

weight: 1.1kg for just the tablet or 2.3kg with the keyboard/battery/hard drive dock)

Disassembly guide(voids warranty!!!)

looks nice for the money.

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/-1bqjXh3tUKY/U6ibCvrZwDI/AAAAAAAABX0/Xo75JecBXkA/w653-h479-no/Split_x2.jpg
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 24th Jun 2014

Looks great!!

Somehow read that as HP sauce

Awesome! Bought the i3 one about a month back, much better build quality than the asus t100, bit miffied as i paid around £100 more but to me a bargin, can upgrade the WiFi card as i did to get Intel WiFi ability, msata ssd is easy enough to replace to get bigger too heat added

SteadVex

Awesome! Bought the i3 one about a month back, much better build quality … Awesome! Bought the i3 one about a month back, much better build quality than the asus t100, bit miffied as i paid around £100 more but to me a bargin, can upgrade the WiFi card as i did to get Intel WiFi ability, msata ssd is easy enough to replace to get bigger too heat added


Awesome!

How do you find the screen (viewing angles, reflectiveness), battery life and lack of USB port on the tablet?
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 23rd Jun 2014

This weights 2.3kg so although a good size is heavy for a portable... should really be about 1.5kg if you want to carry it round.

Gone for it - don't forget 4% Quidco

SteadVex

Awesome! Bought the i3 one about a month back, much better build quality … Awesome! Bought the i3 one about a month back, much better build quality than the asus t100, bit miffied as i paid around £100 more but to me a bargin, can upgrade the WiFi card as i did to get Intel WiFi ability, msata ssd is easy enough to replace to get bigger too heat added



Ive looked at this in JL a few times and the weight kinda put me off, but at this price considering it again

Could you say how warm the pc runs and does it really get the full 10 hr battery ?

I find it easily gets 10 hours docked, I'd sat 4 to 5 but closer to 4 in tablet mode, this stays cooler than my phone under load! It gets warm but not uncomfortable, cools down really quickly once you stop running it, handles Sims 3 fine whilst staying cooler than my phone, haven't measured temps mind.
lack of usb port is fine for me, has a micro sd slot on the base of the tablet(useful if you need more space and not comfortable opening it up) along with a full size sd on the base, one thing i did find annoying the fan profile is default to always on, seems loud, once you set it to only on when needed its much nicer to use, weight wise i find its fine, the proper keyboard dock for me is worth the weight imo. Seems bit a first but strangely comfortable after using it, like a 5' phone, at first you think this is crazy but then you wonder how you coped before

i use this along with office for work stuff, main reason for me for getting this one over others was keyboard and its upgradable

It doesnt bring anything new... Asus T100 appears better than this.

Hp announced a new version of this a few weeks ago, with the HD in the screen. The price reduction will be to clear old stock. Looks like a bargain to me. Heat added.

1kg tablet. No thanks
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