HP's latest hybrid device is designed for business - a Windows convertible touchscreen tablet.
Joining what should be a healthy array of new tablets being shown at the International CES show in Las Vegas this week, the HP Pro X2 410 runs Windows 8.1 and sports an 11.6-inch high-definition touchscreen.
But the hybrid part is where it gets neat - you can detach the cover and use the screen as a Windows tablet giving you quick access to touchscreen apps when you're not using the device as a notebook.
The HP Pro X2 410 has no fan and the tablet part is only 2.5 millimeters thick. Starting at $899, it's powered by Intel Core i3 and i5 processors, Beats Audio sound, a front-and-back webcam, and dual speakers.