HP understands the importance of mobility associated with different verticals and hence launced the HP Pro X2 612 G2. The different types of their laptops are already a classic for many users who in this way access personalized mobile solutions.
Also with Elite X3, which HP introduced at the Mobile World Congress last year, the manufacturer took the lead in the world of mobility and sponsored a new category of enterprise mobile devices. With these precedents in this year’s edition the company has introduced a new 2-in-1 professional convertible device, along with a variety of innovative accessories for vertical market solutions.
The new HP Pro x2 612 G2 offers specific applications for retail, healthcare, government services and industrial environments.
“Today, more than 60% of Millennials work in different locations and by 2020 they will represent the most important workforce group,”
said Benoit Bonnafy, vice president of HP’s Personal Systems Division at EMEA.
The Pro x2 is a 2-in-1 convertible with multiple formats for use as a tablet, laptop, model presentation or for professional use. The Pro x2 design goals have revolved around mobile productivity, which includes optional WLAN and WWAN, with a fast battery charge that offers up to 11 hours of use. To draw and take notes, the HP Active Wacom digital pen with App Launch, combined with extensive 165-degree support, makes it easy to create and share presentations and documents.
New accessories introduced at the Mobile World Congress include the HP Pro x2 mobile scanning solution, robust HP Pro x2 612 enclosure and G2HP Elite USB-C Dock, which converts the device into a desktop computer and connects multiple displays and devices while charging with this dock. For mobile users it also includes the travel hub that allows access to additional peripheral ports.