HP Envy x2 tablet PC was revealed a while back, which was powered by an ARM-based CPU. While ARM-based CPUs are great for efficiency, they are not great in terms of power. If you want more power and are not interested in getting an ARM-based chip then you can check out the new HP Envy x2 Notebook that comes with an Intel Core-Y CPU.
The HP Envy x2 Notebook is a bit expensive, coming in at $1149.99. While there might not be much of a performance boost between the Core-Y and the ARM chip, you have an Intel Core i5-7Y54 option as well. That increases the performance significantly. It is unfortunate that the device comes with a 7th generation chip and not the latest 8th generation CPU.
The new HP Envy x2 Notebook comes with support for LTE, so you will always be connected to the internet if that is something that you are interested in. The Y series CPUs have very little TDP and that is why the device can function fine without having a fan inside. The low power CPU, as well as the versatile design, allows for up to 17 hours of battery life. That is pretty impressive for a slim device. The laptop will last you the whole day and you can plug it in when you get home.
The HP Envy x2 Notebook features a 12.3-inch 1080p display and has support for a stylus as well. If you are looking for a new notebook and want higher battery life but are not looking to get an ARM-powered chip then be sure to check this option out. We will let you know more information regarding the device, so stay tuned to SegmentNext.
Let us know what you think about the HP Envy x2 Notebook and whether or not you are interested in getting one of these devices.