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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 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 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...
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...
By PC Advisor on March 29, 2013
We love the X2's design, but it's rather expensive given the modest performance on offer. Even so, it can still handle most basic computing tasks perfectly well, and its ingenious convertible design and impressive battery life mean that it will...
By DigitalVersus on March 29, 2013
With 14 hours of battery life and a quality screen, the Envy x2 had promise... But then we listened to the speakers and headphone output and tested the...
By Gadget Guy Australia on March 28, 2013
HP hasn’t been as active in tablets as it has previously been with laptops, but we might be looking at a paradigm shift, with the company’s first tablet that with the power and battery life seen in Windows 8 machines. Is this the Windows...
By Ubergizmo on March 22, 2013
premium feel, but make sure it is fast enough for you) I personally use a keyboard connected to my iPad at all times as I enjoy the tablet, but also enjoy the feel of a real keyboard at the same time. The HP Envy X2 is geared to someone like...
By TechSmart.co.za on March 12, 2013
Where in the past tablets were believed to be for content consumption, and content creation best left for notebooks, that distinction is beginning to blur. This is evident in HP’s Envy x2 with its keyboard dock.HP calls the Envy x2 a notebook that...
By Computeractive on February 27, 2013
Windows 8 was designed with computers that can be used as both a laptop and as a tablet in mind. Manufacturers have come up with numerous quirky designs for such hybrid computers, but we've so far been unconvinced by any of them. The HP Envy X2...
By Channel Pro on February 27, 2013
A stylish Windows 8 hybrid device with great battery life – but the price is too highRating: 3Average: 3 (1 vote) The Intel Atom brand tends to find itself attached to bargain-basement hardware. But HP’s Atom-based Envy x2 is an upmarket...
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