Summary: I got this machine after the other netbook I had (running windows xp) was going obsolete. I was curious about tablets, because everbody had one, but I needed a more stable design because I knew I was going to be using it with a keyboard of some sort.. So this, being something of a convertible netbook/tablet, fulfilled that requirement. I like the brushed metal cover, so at its size it doesn't look like a toy. For most of my purposes this is pretty decent.
Summary: I have both this and the Asus. They're full windows machines that can run anything, for 11 hours. The Atom is not fast enough for high end games and noticeable (slow) with big applications, but if you do work, e-mail, etc then it is great. I wrote this review to compare the two, because while nominally equivalent, the HP and Asus have two key differences: 1) HP has great keyboard and mouse Asus ok keyboard and the touchpad is *way* too sensitive to accidental palm...
Summary: A convertible, loaded with Win8...Took a while to get comfortable with W8; still not sure I like all of its features, but the ability to uncouple the tablet makes this a useful addition to our computer family. Price was better than anywhere I'd seen them, and the shipping was almost immediate. Another satisfying experience thru Amazon.
Summary: I purchased this little laptop to use as a spare in the house when I didn't want to lug my larger laptop in my from office. I have all of my remote desktop links and other links on it and find it just what I was looking for. The battery life is very good-I often forget to shut it down and it still has a charge when I come back to it.
Summary: If I good get a casing for the tablet part of this system it would score my 5 star. The many reviews against the ATOM it bear is over rated. It's a laptop for doing work on the go and not graphic design or animation desktop, so the speed is good for the price. The build is by far the key reason for buying this. I also didn't want a tablet just to play.
Summary: Pros: Powers up fast (SSD). Downloads apps and programs quickly. Size is great and it is very portable. Keyboard has its own power for longer battery life. Processor seems to be very quick and responsive. Has a true operating system so runs REAL programs (we run office Pro + without any issues). Works great with our Apple Air Wifi and even can print to our Kodak AIO wireless printer. Has Micro SD memory slots too.
Summary: I like the product in general. I've had it for a month and it's managed to deliver some nice improvements to my computing life but a few things still pose as a concern to me: 1. The hard disk memory is limited (64GB) 2. It's got small RAM memory. 3. The sound seems lower than in my previous Sony laptop As goods things I can mention: 1. It's got great screen definition - beautiful view of photos and apps. 2.
Summary: The HP .x2 11-g010nr has met my expectations in most ways. It is too bad HP website does not carry things like screen protectors for it. I am worried that I will damage the screen since it is a touch screen. It is a little touchy about getting the screen portion of the keyboard off and back on. An explanation about which battery is #1 and #2 would have been nice.
Summary: The HP Envy x2 is a nice combination. Out of the box, it is a laptop with a touch screen: it looks and acts like one. Separate the screen part from the keyboard (which is very easy, as is the opposite process) and you have yourself a tablet. There are better (and more expensive) laptops, and better (e.g. higher resolution) tablets. But if you want one single computer that can be used both ways, and easily transformed from one mode to the other, this is it.