HP Envy x2
In December, HP launched a new version of the Envy x2 as one of the first Windows devices to feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. Now, in connection with CES 2018, HP is debuting a new Envy x2 model featuring seventh-gen Intel Core Y-series processors. The Intel version of the 2-in-1 tablet offers stronger performance than the Snapdragon version, along with the ability to run full Windows applications. As a trade-off, the Intel version of the new Envy x2 doesn't last as long on battery life--up to 15 hours compared with 20 hours for the Snapdragon version. The 12.3-inch tablet includes Gorilla Glass 4 for durability, fast-charging capabilities and optional LTE connectivity. The device also comes with a digital pen and a backlit keyboard featuring 1.3mm key travel.
The new HP Envy x2 with Intel processor will be available in the spring. Pricing hasn't been disclosed.