HP has unveiled its new hybrid tablet PC, the Envy x2. Joining the many other hybrid tablets, the new Envy x2 sports a detachable keyboard that connects to the tablet using magnets and an innovative hinge.
The Envy x2 has a 11.6 HD display with a resolution of 1366×768. The display features ultrawide viewing angles and a bright 400-nit In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel for superb visuals. The Envy also boasts a 1080p front facing camera, an 8-mega pixel rear facing camera and Beats Audio technology.
The dock/keyboard also has an HDMI port, a card reader, two USB ports and a battery. Alone the tablet measures 0.3” (8.5mm) and weighs 1.5lbs. Together with dock, it measures around 0.66-0.76” and weighs 3.1lbs.
HP Envy x2
HP Envy x2
Under the hood the tablet sports an Atom-based Clover Trail processor and 2 GB RAM. The system also supports Near Field Communication (NFC) technology lets users share content, or turn your tablet into a digital wallet.
No word on pricing just yet, however HP hopes to have the Envy x2 in stores by the end of October.