- HP launched a new tablet cum desktop hybrid device called the HP Envy Move.
- This tablet has a massive 24” screen, along with which you can attach a keyboard plus trackpad hybrid.
- This device weighs nine pounds and has a battery life of four hours.
HP suddenly woke up and chose innovation – in all the weirdest and strangest ways possible. The company has now surprise launched a brand new device called the HP Envy Move – which is a strange one.
While this device is touted as a tablet, it’s actually a tablet-desktop hybrid. This is because, unlike a normal tablet, this device has a giant 24” touchscreen.
If this is not enough, then I have got more surprises for you. This tablet runs on Windows 11 and has the specifications of a normal desktop computer. But you can simply carry the 9-pound (4 kg) screen around like a tablet if you want. Interesting, but very strange indeed!
This tablet will cost $899 for the Intel i3/8GB RAM base variant and $1,049 for the Intel i5/16GB RAM variant. It’s an all-in-one desktop like the Mac computers. The specifications of the HP Envy Move are:
|Display||24” IPS touchscreen (2,560 x 1,440 resolution)|
|Processor||Intel Core i3-1315U or Intel Core i5-1335U|
|Graphics Card||Intel UHD Graphics|
|Memory||8GB or 16 GB|
|Storage||256 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD (upgradable to 1 TB)|
|Camera||5MP IR Camera|
|Ports||1x USB-A port, 1x USB-C port, 1x HDMI port|
|Battery Life||4 hours|
So are you interested in this new tablet-desktop hybrid combo? Let us know in the comments what you think about this device!