If you’re in the market for a new tablet, HP might have some for you in the form of two new ENVY tablets and a new Pavilion x2 tablet. All three tablets have been officially announced on the Windows Blog and it seems that HP might have drawn some inspiration from the Microsoft Surface series of tablets in terms of its design.
Starting with the two new ENVY x2 tablets, both tablets will be powered by Intel’s latest Core M processor. The difference is that one model will sport a 13.3-inch display while the other will come with a larger 15.6-inch display and given their sizes, calling them tablets might seem like a bit of a stretch.
There will also be a Bluetooth keyboard accessory for both tablets that can be detached, so if you’d rather use it outright as a tablet, you can, but if you wanted to type a bit faster or if you miss the tactile feedback of keyboards, then this should do the trick. The 13.3-inch model will be priced at $950 and will be available for purchase on the 29th of October, while the 15.6-inch model will come with a heftier price tag of $1,050 and will be available on the 5th of November.
Last but not least is the HP Pavilion x2. This is a Windows 8.1 tablet that will feature a 10.1-inch and will be powered by an Intel Atom processor. According to HP, this tablet will offer a battery life of up to 11 hours and it seems that there will also be a keyboard accessory for it. The Pavilion x2 will be priced at $330 and will be available on the 29th of October.