After last year when HP introduced the detachable computer Envy X2, device that was great from both portability and design point of view, now the company announces an upgraded version of the Envy X2 that arrives on the market under the same name, but with different design that looks similar to Microsoft Surface.


We get to know, the the new HP Envy X2 arrives in two different sizes, more precisely a 13-inch version, and a 15.6-inch model with prices starting at $750, with $100 that the price of the first-generation. However, this price can raise once we decide to get a higher-end version and not the stock one.

Among the specs of the stock 15.6-inch HP Envy X2 we have a dual-core Intel Core M 5Y10 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 500 GB space on the drive and 16 GB space of flash storage.