HP Envy X2
The HP Envy X2 packs a 1366x768 IPS display, an Intel Atom CPU, up to 64GB of solid-state storage, a 1080p front camera and an 8MP rear camera, HP's Beats Audio tech, and NFC support. Besides wireless connectivity, I/O seems to be housed on the dock, which we assume will be included and not sold separately. It contains a keyboard, an HDMI port, a card reader, two USB ports and a battery.
Works well both as a tablet and a laptop.
Lovely materials and quality construction.
Sharp IPS display.
Long battery life.
Portability and productivity in one device.
No internal fan.
The Intel Atom CPU isn't very fast and this is best used a second portable machine.
Pricey for an underpowered device.
Only 2GB of RAM.
No USB 3.0 ports.
Stiff uncomfortable typing experience.
By T3 on July 22, 2013
That's acceptable for a tablet that costs £399, such as the iPad, but for a machine that's nearly double the price it's not so easy to forgive. We're still waiting for a Windows 8 device that challenges the way we think about tech.60
By Wired UK on July 19, 2013
The HP Envy x2 looks good and offers a neat and effective solution to the laptop-or-tablet conundrum. But its underpowered processor can be frustrating and the price is definitely on the high side for what you get. View Gallery 15 items ...70
By APC Magazine on July 03, 2013
HP has appropriately named its latest tablet, as the ENVY x2 will have friends and family twice as jealous of this tablet as any other. This is one sexy tablet, with the beautiful aluminium case borrowing from Apple's school of design to deliver a...60
By Expert Reviews on June 30, 2013
Too slow to be a laptop and too mediocre as a tablet, the only thing going for the Envy X2 is its long battery life...40
By InsideHW on June 13, 2013
HP Envy x2: Tablet-like laptop Ahead us lies the time of convertible, tablet-like ultrabooks with Windows 8, so rare are the companies that care about its image that didn’t present their own version of a product that combines the mobility of...-
By GeekZone on May 24, 2013
The HP Envy X2 is a hybrid laptop tablet running Windows 8 that should satisfy most consumers and even some business users, depending on how it is used.First, it’s a lightweight laptop that at 1.4Kg (while screen is docked to the keyboard) gives...-
By Digital Trends on May 02, 2013
Current technology just doesn't allow for a powerful Windows PC at an affordable price in a slim chassis. What separates today's best and worst hybrid PCs is the way they manage their inevitable flaws and compensate for them in other areas. The...80
By 5FWD on April 29, 2013
The HP Envy x2 is a fantastic device with a decent battery life, a brilliant keyboard, and it performs well as both a laptop and a tablet. It’s let down by only a couple of niggling things: Windows 8 itself, which needs more tablet optimisations...80
By InfoWorld on April 09, 2013
The HP Envy is aptly named. One glance and you'll be coveting it. Its brushed-aluminum exterior and elegant curves make it one of the sleekest -- and slickest -- convertible Ultrabooks now on the market. Its feature set and preloaded software aim it...82
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on April 04, 2013
Will the HP Envy x2 evoke jealous thoughts in the coffee shop? Given its sleek, brushed-silver looks and thin clamshell design, probably. Will it stir the deeper emotions that other, faster convertible Windows 8 tablet/laptops do? Sorry HP, no. Still,...-