Lately, HP announced two new additions for its very popular Pavilion and ENVY range with a couple of notable differences. Touted as Pavilion x2 and ENVY x2, both the newcomers feature removable keyboards that convert the laptop into tablets. And in order to provide extra protection to the screen when folded, the keyboards are covered with a special fabric. Not just this, the keyboards also connect to the tablet wirelessly via Bluetooth so that you can easily use them in any position.

Here’s a closer look at the new models of Pavilion and ENVY by HP.

Amongst the two, Pavilion x2 is equipped with an Intel Atom processor and sports a 10-inch screen. As far as the operating system is concerned, it has a full Windows 8 package. Though Pavilion x2 doesn’t offer Beats inside, it has a couple of speakers in the front that deliver DTS sound. The battery life of the laptop is advertised to run for as much as 11.75 hours.

While on the other hand, ENVY x2 has a display of 13.3-inch and offers storage space of 256 GB SSD. It is powered by Intel Core M processor and boasts of a Beats Audio sound system.

In addition to ENVY x2 and Pavilion x2, HP also updated both of its Chromebooks, including Chromebook 11 and Chromebook 14.