The leak of the day comes from HP, who is apparently preparing a tablet with Windows 10 on board and this model is called HP Envy 8 Note (5000). This is an 8 inch slate that has a very complex codename: I508FC/K6F61EA.


HP Envy 8 Note comes with DataPass and 200 MB/250 MB of free 4G data every month, meaning the slate is a follow-up and replacement of the HP Stream 8, that debuted in November last year in USA with the same data offer. HP Stream 8 was an 8 inch Windows tablet with LTE and priced at $149 it was a certain hit. The newcomer follows in its footsteps with a new OS this time and it was FCC approved with specs that include WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac MIMO, Bluetooth and 4G LTE.


The device also gets the HP Active Pen digitizer stylus in the mix and functionality like HP Instant Notes and HP Notes Hub. Its specs include a quad core 1.44 GHz Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor, 64 GB of storage and a microSD card slot, plus a microUSB 2.0 port and a 5 MP back camera. All of that is packed within a 430 gram heavy body and the special keyboard Folio accessory weighs 550 grams.

HP Envy 8 Note comes to Europe in mid October.