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The Second Video Worth Sharing Today: The Full Review on the HP Envy X2 Win 10 on ARM 2 in 1 PC

By Tim

This one comes to us from Andrew over at AMDTech and covers the details on the HP Envy X2 using Win10 on ARM.

The battery life is amazing but the new tech here suffers from, well, being bleeding edge, but not yet refined. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 works okay, but doesn’t handle 64 software at all.

As usual this is another well made, brutally honest review, which is why you should be subscribed to Andrew’s channel! We did post the initial impressions review a few weeks back and you can find that one right here.

So let us get right to that video and see what Andrew has to say!

That will about cover it for the moment,

Tim

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HP Debuts First Chromebook Detachable, HP Chromebook x2, Priced at $599

By James A.

HP unveiled a new Chromebook this week, the Chromebook x2 model, which is priced at $599 and it’s supposed to go head to head with the iPad Pro in the education area. This is supposed to be the first Chromebook detachable, according to HP.

This is no Google Pixelbook for sure, but it’s sure better than the average Chrome OS laptop. The detachable aspect of it lets you switch between a laptop mode and a tablet mode, with ease. The device has a magnetic hinge, which is unlike those of the kind you’ve seen till now. It ensures a smooth connection between the full sized keyboard base and the 12.3 inch tablet.

The 12.3 inch touch display offers a resolution of 2400 x 1600 pixels and inside the laptop we find a 7th gen Intel Core m3 processor, 4 GB of RAM (with the option to add 4 GB more), 32 GB of storage and a microSD card slot. The connectivity options are pretty standard, including two USB Type-C ports and an audio jack. The device is supposed to offer up to 10 hours of battery life and it comes in an elegant anodized aluminum finish and Oxford Blue keyboard.

 

The product is a bit beefier than the iPad Pro, at 8.2 mm in thickness and 1.62 pounds in weight. Those are tablet sizes, but when it becomes a laptop it goes to 15.3 mm in thickness and 3.14 pounds in weight. HP Chromebook x2 comes as a bundle, with the above mentioned keyboard and an active pen stylus. It will be sold starting from June 10.

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HP jumps on Chrome OS tablet bandwagon with new Chromebook x2

By Valentina Palladino

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Acer ushered in the “Chromebook tablet” era with its Chromebook Tab 10 slab last month, and HP wasted no time entering the new space. The company announced the Chromebook x2, a Chrome OS detachable with a keyboard and Wacom AES stylus that isn’t meant to be confined to the classroom. While Acer’s tablet is meant for education and commercial customers, HP’s Chromebook x2 was made with regular customers in mind, particularly those who are attracted to the versatility and efficiency of Chrome OS.

The Chromebook x2’s specs immediately differentiate it from Acer’s device: it runs on a 7th-gen Y-series Intel processor, 4GB of RAM (and supports up to 8GB), and 32GB of storage that can be expanded to 256GB through the microSD card slot. Designed with a similar size to HP’s other “x2” detatchables, the Chromebook x2 has a 12.3-inch 2400×1600 IPS display that supports touch and pen input, and it has a 5MP WideVision camera and a 13MP rear-facing camera. It has two USB Type-C ports in addition to the microSD card slot and the standard audio in/out jack, and its 48Wh (watt-hour) battery is estimated to last 10.5 hours on a single charge.

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HP ZBook Studio X360 is Basically an Intel Xeon Machine for on the Go Editing

By Radu Iorga

Who would have imagined that you could rotate and flip your laptop and still have it be good enough for video and photo editing? HP proposes that via the ZBook Studio X360, an editing studio on the go basically.

With this machine, HP wants to take on the best and latest MacBook Pro models and also the Dell XPS 15. There’s actually a whole new series of ZBook Studio laptops, which promise to offer desktop workstation performance in a convertible format. The two newcomers rely on the Intel 8th generation processors, going as high up as Xeon and also benefiting from the speed of SSDs.

First things first, we’ve got the HP ZBook Studio x360 G5, promoted as “the world’s most powerful convertible PC”, by HP. Inside we’ve got an 8th gen Core i5 or Core i7 CPU, but you can also opt for a Xeon E3-2186M chipset. Up to 32 GB of RAM are here, of the DDR4-2667 variety. Storage goes up to 512 GB of SSD PCIe NVMe M.2. Even the screen has some selections ready and I’m talking about a 15.6 inch DreamColor panel with 4K resolution, but there’s also Full HD of course.

 

Anti glare, Gorilla Glass 4, you name it, plus touch support are all here. The graphics are crazy for the format: NVIDIA Quadro P1000 with 4 GB of memory. A bundled Wacom AES pen is also available, with 4096 levels of pressure. The product weighs 4.9 pounds and measures 20.4 mm in thickness. Its battery life is slated at around 16 hours and the 360 degree hinge makes it more versatile.

Then comes the HP Zbook Studio G5. That one is slightly slimmer and lighter and comes with the same Xeon and NVIDIA solutions. There’s an 18.9 mm waistline here, 4.4 pounds of weight and a HDMI 2.0 output, plus two USB 3.0 ports and two USB 3.1 Type-C ones with Thunderbolt, which are shared by the device above too.

And this is just the tip of the iceberg for connectivity, that includes an SD card reader, WiFi ac, Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC. Windows Hello is activated via a 720p front camera and Bang & Olufsen speakers take care of the acoustics, via stereo setup and dual microphones. HP Zbook Studio x360 is priced up from $1499 and the Zbook Studio goes up fro $1299. They’ll come in May.

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“Always Connected” Windows on ARM machines coming this quarter

By Peter Bright

Enlarge / The Asus NovaGo. (credit: Asus)

Always Connected Windows 10 PCs that use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 ARM processors will work on all four major US networks, the chip company has announced today, with T-Mobile and AT&T joining the previously announced Sprint and Verizon.

In total, 14 different network operators across 10 countries have pledged to support the new generation of ARM-powered Windows 10 laptops and tablets. Qualcomm adds that some of those network operators will also be selling the systems, though it has not specified which will be doing so.

Initially, three systems will be available. HP’s Envy x2 is a tablet with detachable keyboard, as is Lenovo’s Miix 630. Asus’ NovaGo, in contrast, is a clamshell laptop with a 360-degree hinge to enable tablet-like operation.

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