It looks like HP may be preparing to launch a new line of 2-in-1 tablets that become notebooks with the aid of tablet docks. German website WinFuture spotted a few retail listings for unannounced products called the HP Envy 13 x2 and HP Envy 15 x2.

Both computers seem to be Windows machines with full HD displays and Intel Core 5y10 M Broadwell processors.

hp envy 13 x2

As you might have guessed from the names, the HP Envy 13 x2 features a 13.3 inch screen while the Envy 15 x2 has a 15.6 inch display.

It looks like each model will have 4GB of RAM, WiFi, Bluetooth, Ethernet, and Windows 8.1. Some models may have 128GB solid state drives while others have 500GB hard drives with some solid state cache.

A loop on the side of the keyboard case where you could tuck a stylus when it’s not in use also suggests that these tablets may support digital pen input.

hp envy 15 x2

These devices won’t be cheap. The smaller model is listed at 899 Euros while the larger version costs 829 Euros. Those prices aren’t official yet though, so it’s possible that HP could offer a variety of configurations with some cheaper (or pricier) models. The tablets will also probably be more expensive in Europe than in the United States.

via Mobile Geeks

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6 replies on “HP Envy x2 2-in-1 tablets with Broadwell chips outed a bit early”

    1. Since when 13.3 laptops are cheaper than 15.6 ones? 15.6 is always the cheapest. It has more room for cheaper components, more room for cooling, etc..

  1. this is why people dont take windows tablets/convertibles seriously

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