HP went big in style this week, debuting two big display tablet models. We actually saw three releases, with two of them being Envy tablets and one being the Pavilion x2. All of them were actually announced on the Windows Blog.


The Envy x2 slates rely on the Intel latest Core M processor and one of them will have a 13.3 inch display, while the other goes with a 15.6 incher. These are closer to ultrabook levels than tablets, but I guess we’ll let that slide. There will also be a Bluetooth keyboard accessory in the mix, so the tablets can be detached, if you want to use them as tablets not notebooks. The 13.3 inch model will be priced at $950, being up for purchase on October 29th, while the 15.6 incher will come with a bigger price tag of $1050 and it will come on November 5th.

Finally, there’s the HP Pavilion x2, a Windows 8.1 tablet with a 10.1 inch display and an Intel Atom CPU at heart. This one is expected to offer a battery life of up to 11 hours and there will be a keyboard accessory for it. The product retails for $330 and comes around Halloween.