Yes, the Intel version of the HP Envy x2 is better, overall, than the Snapdragon 835 model. But it comes with its own unique compromises as well.
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The ARM-based version of the HP Envy x2 suffers from poor performance and compatibility. How does an Intel chipset change things?
Despite its elegant and professional design, the HP Envy x2 falls short in too many ways and will disappoint the typical PC user.
Always-on connectivity is one the key stated advantages of Windows 10 on ARM and the Always Connected PC initiative.
One of the advantages of the HP Envy x2 is that it comes with a smartpen. How does it compare to Surface Pen and Apple Pencil?
After using the HP Envy x2 in a variety of situations over the past week, I've decided to hit refresh on this experiment. I've been using it wrong.
Leisurely. Is the only possible word one could use to describe the performance of Windows 10 on ARM today.
We've long understood that Windows 10 on ARM would present app compatibility challenges. But it's worse than I expected.
Well, I can say this much already: HP's Envy x2 battery life claims are quite accurate.
Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, the HP Envy x2 delivers about 20 hours of battery life and always-on connectivity.
Today, I will receive an HP Envy x2, one of the world's first Qualcomm Snapdragon-based PCs. Here are my hopes and expectations.
HP's first ever Always Connected PC powered by the Snapdragon 835 is now available for pre-order. Get it for $999.
ARM PCs are finally here, ok maybe not, but I got to play with the new HP Envy X2 and while I didn't get a lot of time with the hardware, first impressions are that it is a high-quality device.