HP Unveils Envy X2 Convertible Laptop With Windows 10by Ajinkya December 6, 2017
Hot on the heels of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 Mobile PC chip announcement, HP (Hewlett Packard) has unveiled its Envy x2 Windows machine with a detachable keyboard. The x2 also offers touchscreen as an input method and is powered by the brand-new Snapdragon 835 platform for computers.
It has in-build 4G LTE2 modem for uninterrupted connectivity for jet-setters. Based on energy-efficient chip from Qualcomm, the Envy x2 also offers long battery life of 20 hours. With moderate use, the laptop can last for a few days before needing a recharge.
The Envy x2 has an impressively thin 7 mm body. With a detachable keyboard along with a kickstand, it looks similar to Microsoft’s Surface line-up. The 2-in-1 is build using CNC machined aluminum. The convertible laptop features a 12.3-inch touch screen with 1920 x 1280 pixels. It comes with Corning Gorilla Glass 4 protection against scratches. It comes with USB type C port and a card reader. You can also purchase an optional stylus to take note or doodle right on the screen.
The compact keyboard has a chiclet layout with backlight. The cover offers 110 to 150-degree adjustable position in laptop mode. The Envy x2 comes with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB internal storage. On the software front, you get Windows 10 with full-fledged Microsoft Office and Microsoft Edge. You can also choose to upgrade to Windows 10 Pro for a small one-time fee.
HP ENVY x2 will be hit the stores next year. As of now, there’s no information regarding its pricing.