HP launches Envy x2 2-in-1 Tablets with Detachable Keyboard and Intel Broadwell chips
These are HP’s first computers to feature Intel’s low-power Core M Broadwell processors which turn out to be 2-in-1 tablets. The company’s new line of Envy x2 notebooks are coming with 13.3 and 15.6 inch displays and detachable keyboards, so that you can switch between two modes, table and laptop.
Both models sport a fabric-covered, backlit Bluetooth keyboard that can be docked with the tablet to use the device as a laptop. The tablets also boasts Beats Audio. Inside the device is Intel’s Core 5y10 M processors and HP Envy x2 15 supports up to 500GB of hybrid hard drive storage while HP Envy x2 13 comes with up to 256GB of SSD.
Details are still scarce, but we can figure out some visible parts, that show stereo front-facing speakers and a loop in the keyboard section that looks like a stylus or digital pen holder, means at least some models could come with active digitizers for pen input.
The tablet with latest Intel processor should offer longer battery life as the chip itself needs relatively low energy . When it comes to laptops, the size these devices come in are quite popular but how many of you would like that huge device with detachable keyboard?.
However, the new tablets from HP is expected to hit the market October 2th and you can get the 13-inch model for a price of $1050 while the 15-inch model may come late in November with a price tag of $950.