The HP Envy x2 13t is a Windows tablet with a 13 inch display, stereo front-facing speakers with Beats Audio, and an Intel Core M Broadwell processor. The tablet also comes with a keyboard dock that lets you use the computer like a Windows laptop.

HP is now offering its 13 inch 2-in-1 tablet for $800 and up.

hp envy x2

Intel’s Core M processors are the first chips to feature 5th-gen Intel Core “Broadwell” technology, and they’re low-power chips aimed at premium tablets and notebooks with long battery life and fanless designs.

HP’s new Envy x2 features a few premium touches like a backlit keyboard, 802.11ac WiFi, and an optional full HD display (the entry-level model has a 1366 x 768 pixel display.

You can configure the system with up to 8GB of RAM, up to 512GB of flash storage, and an Intel Core M-5Y10 or Core M-FY70 processor. Each model ships with Windows 8.1 64-bit software, a 33Wh battery, and Intel HD graphics.

via TabTech

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10 replies on “HP Envy x2 13 inch 2-in-1 tablet with Core M now available for $800”

  1. Wow it looks like a gigantic HTC One M8. And when you say “512 GB of flash storage” I assume you mean SSD NAND and not eMMc Flash?

  2. I’d buy a 10“ – 11“ screened version without Beats Audio. Seeing what Core M is capable of so far, I wouldn’t want it on anything larger than an 11″ screened device because I tend to run more demanding software (even simultaneously) as screens get bigger. Also, Beats Audio is a waste of money.

  3. Waiting to see a Core M that is not throttled and gives clear benefits over Haswell. The reviews thus far have been terrible.

    1. Fanless, detachable screen is what Core M brings. If you want a fan cooled, high-performance CPU stick with Haswell. Personally, I would just like to have the thin Core M tablet, not the crappy 2-in-1. Are business users the largest market for 2-in-1s? People aren’t using their after-tax-dollars for these devices are they?

  4. Looks like a decent value, but the two-tone bezel around the screen is hideous.

    1. As much as I dislike Beats, at least this is some evidence that HP put some consideration into the quality of the speakers.

      Any garbage EQ settings that Beats uses can be avoided.

  5. actually brad you should do a comparison review with one of these thingies and a nextgen intel nuc whenn the time comes

    can we open this up ourselves to upgrade and whatnot?

  6. i like the sound of this..full hdmi, usb3.0, kickstand etc but will it be heavy with the proper ssd and can we scratch off the beats logo?

    1. i also like the wireleess backlit keyboard so you can dock the tablet into the tv and use it on the couch then take both pieces into another room or out to the office to use as a tablet or a full laptop

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