In the midst of the horde of gadgets and electronics on display by tech giants of the world in the IFA 2012, comes the news of HP's hybrid laptop. While many manufacturers have garnered accolades for their technological innovation, HP takes away the cake for HP Envy X2, a combination of a tablet and netbook. As the world eagerly awaits the launch of the much user-friendly Windows 8, HP announced Envy X2, a tablet that allows the user to attach a keyboard, instantly transforming it into an ultrabook. Hp Envy X2 sports a 11.6 inch HD touch display, an 8-megapixel camera on the back, and also a front-facing HD camera. The screen, which offers a resolution of 1366X768, can be easily detached from the keyboard, and back into place with the help of magnets. HP further spruced up the device with Beats Audi Integration, optional stylus, SSD storage, and NFC.
Not the kind to ignore competition, HP's new launch is designed to impress and it does the job brilliantly well! Going by the response, Envy X2 will help HP gain an edge over its competitors in the race to launch devices specifically designed for Windows 8. And the name is befitting too, for this device will definitely earn some envious looks from tablet and laptop owners alike. Though there has been no official announcement regarding the launch date or the price, it is expected to be available in the US by December end. Other than that, LG also announced that its existing ultrabooks will features Windows 8, and also added Spectre XT TouchSmart Ultrabook to its Spectre series. It is expected to priced at around $1,400 and will be available in the US by the second week of December.