HP Envy x2 (Intel)

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The HP Envy x2 (Intel) is a beautiful, capable detachable with one noteworthy drawback. It lets you keep working wherever you go, thanks to the Intel XMM 7360 radio, and you can use all the apps you'd like. Though it loses to Snapdragon PCs on battery life, the Intel-powered Envy x2 should still get you through a workday (and then some). Too bad its keyboard folio is too flimsy and finicky to use on your lap -- you’ll definitely need a sturdy surface to get work done.

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HP Envy x2 review: Always-on LTE and an atrocious keyboard
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Cherlynn Low
Cherlynn LowNovember 01, 2018

Pros

  • LTE connectivity
  • Beautiful build

Cons

  • Awful keyboard folio
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Key Specs

TYPE
Tablet
FORM FACTOR
Hybrid
SCREEN SIZE
12.3in
SCREEN RESOLUTION
Other
BUNDLED OS
Windows
CPU FAMILY
Core i5

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