I have grown up a lot in the last several years. I’ve become much more secure and trusting. I mean, I would never be caught dead steaming open a personal letter clearly addressed to my husband, even if it was obviously written by a woman and smelled faintly of perfume. I can’t imagine anyone ever stooping so low…
Because now we have Envelope X-ray Spray! Now, steaming open sealed envelopes is a thing of the past, because Envelope X-ray Spray turns ordinary paper translucent, thus allowing you to get some idea as to whats lurking inside, ruling out any unseemly activities you might be concerned about, or conversely, you can amaze your family and friends with your tremendous psychic abilities.
Your new environmentally-friendly can of x-ray vision doesn’t leave the envelope permanently see-through, the effect last’s for only 30 seconds or so, and then, like magic, the envelope returns to its original state leaving absolutely no indication of the completely insecure, I mean totally ingenious, person you have now become.
So whether you’re simply taking your magic act on the road, or perhaps have a spouse of questionable morals, or maybe you’re simply one of those less than angelic kids that like to have a vague idea of what kind of letters are being sent home from school (before your parents do), Envelope X-ray Spray may be for you. Each can treats several hundred square inches and you can get yours at amazon.com for under 15 bucks… just don’t get it on your clothes, I’m not responsible for what happens then.
What do you think of hybrids? Most of the time, hybrids deliver the best of both worlds. Some of the most famous fictional hybrids would include Blade the vampire hunter, where he has all the strengths of a vampire with little of their weaknesses, as they call him the Daywalker. Having said that, if you were a piece of consumer electronics – most notably a tablet, would you wish you were a notebook instead, and vice versa? Why not enjoy the best of both worlds with what HP has managed to come up in the form of the HP Split x2, which so happens to be a two-in-one detachable notebook that merges the power as well as portability of a tablet and notebook, running on Windows 8 as the operating system of choice.
With a powerful 3rd generation Intel Core processor running underneath the hood, you can be sure that the HP Split x2 will not come gimped right from the get go. With the HP Split x2, you are more or less assured of a high-performance ultraportable notebook that is suitable for just about any kind of intensive task, and as and when the situation calls for it, it also doubles up as a 13-inch tablet that delivers unparalleled entertainment capability – especially when you need to unwind after a particularly difficult day at work by playing your favorite games and watching some interesting cat videos, amongst others.
The HP Split x2 will be able to deliver regardless of whether you use it as a high-performance notebook or a tablet, thanks to its vibrant 13.3-inch diagonal HD touchscreen display that makes viewing and sharing content a snap, while playing games is a whole lot more enjoyable due to the increased viewing real estate. Your ears, too, will be able to appreciate the inclusion of HP Connected Music and Beats Audio that is touted to offer the best-sounding, richest audio experience on a computer.
The HP Split x2 is tipped to arrive Stateside this August from $ 799.99 onwards.
So we took a gander at the HP Split x2 hybrid notebook earlier this morning, but is that the only device that was recently announced by HP? Not quite, as the other rabbit that HP pulled out from their hat is the HP SlateBook x2, although this puppy does not have anything to do with the Windows 8 operating system, but prefers to jive with Google’s Android mobile operating system instead. So, how does the HP SlateBook x2 stack up against the rest of the Android-powered tablets in the market? It would be interesting to see how, but we will have to wait until later this August as that is when the HP SlateBook x2 will be released in the US for $ 479.99 a pop.
With the HP SlateBook x2, users are said to be able to shift effortlessly from entertainment to work thanks to the clever combination of tablet portability alongside notebook productivity in a sleek, lightweight package, where it relies on the hugely popular Android operating system (that has since seen 900 million plus device activations ever since Android was introduced commercially a few years back) to get the job done. Thanks to an advanced magnetic hinge design and dual battery system, where you will find one battery residing in the keyboard dock and the other in the tablet itself, users can switch from notebook to tablet and back in a jiffy.
To make sure that users of the HP SlateBook x2 will not trade functionality for portability, it runs on the latest Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean version, where you will be able to enjoy the full slew of Google services such as Google Now, Google Search, Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive and Google+ Hangouts for multiperson video chat, in addition to gaining access to apps and digital content through thanks to Google Play.
The HP SlateBook x2 will be powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 4 mobile processor, where it comes with a 10.1-inch HD touchscreen display, 64MB of internal storage (that’s pretty little, no?) and DTS Sound+ Solution. Hopefully the 64MB of internal storage is a typo by the PR folks, 64GB would make much more sense. Any takers for the Slatebook x2?