But first - the display. At 11.6 inches the HP Envy x2 is bigger than most tablets out there. The resolution is 1366 x 768, the same as on an average Windows notebook. It’s an IPS LCD screen with reportedly a bright image.
The keyboard base of the hybrid device comes with a chiclet design for the keys and a relatively big touchpad. The tablet inserts with a latch mechanism.
With the combo of a tablet and keyboard, you get plenty of battery life. Just like we’ve seen on existing Asus Transformer tablets, the keyboard dock battery dries up first, leaving as much juice as possible for the tablet screen.
HP is planning to release the Envy x2 before the Holiday season, and just as everything at IFA so far, there is no exact price named.