Hi tech fans.
I'm Luke Westway for CNET here at IFA 2014 in Berlin.
We're taking a look at these guys.
This is the HP Envy X2 hybrid.
So the X2 comes in two sizes.
You can have this 13.3 inch version or this much larger 15.6 inch option.
Let's talk a little bit about the design, cuz it's slightly odd.
This Bluetooth keyboard snaps on here magnetically, as does the stylus that clips onto the side of the screen.
You can see there.
We did notice that if you pick them up, those magnetic accessories are liable to detach and fall off, cuz they're a little bit heavy.
So you'll have to be careful, I think, when you're carrying it round.
They've got great big touch screens which is great because they're both running Windows 8, which is Microsoft's touch-optimized version of Windows.
And, because it's HP, you also get Beats Audio thrown into the mix.
They're gonna be coming out in the next few months.
Let us know what you think of them.
And check out cnet.com/ifa for much, much more.
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