The 64-bit Windows 8.1-based HP Envy x2 13t comes in two screen resolution options, HD (1366x768 pixels) or full-HD (1920x1280 pixels), while the HP Envy x2 15t comes in only full-HD option. Both the 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch models feature a WLED-backlit IPS touchscreen display and a Microsoft Surface Pro 3-like kickstand at the back, apart from the bundled detachable Wireless Bluetooth backlit keyboard.
The new HP Envy x2 models come with a choice of Intel Core M 5Y10 or Intel Core M 5Y70 dual-core processors, and 4GB or 8GB of RAM. Notably, the 15.6-inch model only comes with a 500GB hybrid drive with 16GB of flash storage, while the 13.3-inch model comes with a 128GB SSD (with 256GB and 512GB SSD options).
The HP Envy x2 13.3-inch model packs a 2-cell 33 watt hour Li-Ion battery, while the 15-inch model comes with a 3-cell 50 watt hour Li-Ion battery.
The 13-inch HP Envy x2 (tablet and keyboard) weighs 4.05lbs (approximately 1.83 kg), and the tablet separately weighs 2.81lbs (approximately 1.27kg). The 15-inch HP Envy x2 (tablet and keyboard) weighs 5.42lbs (approximately 2.46 kg) and the tablet separately weighs 4.04lbs (approximately 1.83kg).
The 13-inch Envy x2 device (tablet and keyboard) measures 357.37x217.67x19.30mm (14.07x8.57x0.76 inches) and the 15-inch device measures 414.27x242.82x20.32mm (16.31x9.56x0.8 inches).Additional features on the HP Envy x2 include Beats stereo speakers and SD card slot. HP notes that the device "runs cool and quiet with a design that eliminates the fan." Both HP Envy x2 variants come with 30-day trial of McAfee LiveSafe antivirus software pre-installed.