HP unveils three Windows 8.1-powered tablets, including two Envy X2s and Pavilion X2
It’s raining Windows-powered devices at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin. Over the last two days we have seen several OEMs cheerleading their innovative products. The latest to join the club is HP. The company has just announced three new Windows tablets at the event.
The company has added two new touchscreen tablets to its ENVY lineup. Both the tablets are powered by Intel’s new Core M processor. While one of the them carries a 13.3-inch display, the other comes with a 15.6-inch screen. The positioning of the BeatsAudio-powered speakers look pretty promising, and the beautiful Bluetooth keyboard would come fairly handy as well. Another worth noticeable thing is the tablets’ kickstand, which the company says can be tilt to any angle.
The 13.6-inch model has been priced at $950 and will become available on October 29, while the 15.6-inch model will set you back by $1050 and will be up for sale on November 5.
HP has also unveiled a Pavilion x2, a Windows 8.1-powered touchscreen tablet. It sports a 10.1-inch display and is just 0.69 inches thick. It is powered by the latest Intel Atom processor, and has well over 11 hours of battery life. The tablet comes with one-full sized USB port, a mini HDMI port, as well as a microSD card reader. The pricing starts at $330, and it will be available from October 29.Further reading: Envy X2, HP, Pavilion X2, Windows 8.1