Over the years, I have had the opportunity to try out some spectacular hardware both on a personal and professional level.
Another thing I have seen over that same period of time is the improving quality of OEM hardware including innovations in form factors, construction and performance.
One of those brands is HP. In the last 3 1/2 years I have used the initial HP Spectre x360 from 2015 and its successor in 2017. The devices have been a lot of fun to use and help me be productive thanks to the innovations I mentioned above.
Well the HP Envy x360 takes a lot of those same advances and makes them available in a less expensive version.
The HP Envy x360 comes in two screen sizes – 13 and 15 inches – and because of their 2-in-1 form factor can be a laptop in an instant depending on your usage needs. Other use modes are audience, tabletop and presentation.
Here is a peek at their specs:
- Windows 10
- 8GB RAM
- Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 with an energy efficient WLED backlight using IPS
- Multi-touch along with full inking support
- AMD Ryzen 5/7 or Intel Core i5/i7 CPU options
- Integrated AMD Radeon Vega 8 or Intel UHD 620 Graphics
- PCI-e Solid State Drives
- Built in MicroSD reader
- HDMI output
- HD Webcam
- USB Type A and Type C ports
- Bang & Olufsen Audio
While the normal prices are very good, through tomorrow (7/28) you can get an additional $100 off your purchase of the HP Envy x360.
With Windows 10 as the operating system that means you have full support for touch and inking built right in and ready to use the minute you get the device setup and ready to go. These devices do not come with their own stylus but you can either purchase one or even use your finger to ink on screenshots and in drawings. The options are very flexible in Windows 10.
As I mentioned earlier there are two models to choose from:
The blogger has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card.