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The HP Envy x2 is a Windows 8 tablet slated for a release later this year. The 11.6-inch tablet comes with a full keyboard that essentially turns the device into a laptop. HP has not yet announced a price.
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Tracking

The Envy x2's keyboard includes a trackpad and palm rest. The keyboard's aluminum body feels comfortable and durable.
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Ports

The keyboard section includes a single-HDMI port and dual full USB ports. The other USB port appears on the opposite edge.
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The opposite side

The Envy x2's keyboard's second USB port and power input.
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Metal body

The Envy x2 feels like a high-quality laptop and not so much a tablet. Also, the 8-megapixel back camera should offer picture-capturing capabilities of at least decent quality.
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Buttons too

Both the power button and volume rocker (not pictured) are made from aluminium and depress nicely when pushed.
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Fingerprint city

Come for the glossy screen; stay for the fingerprints.
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