HP has started taking pre-orders for the very first Always Connected PC running Windows 10 on a Snapdragon chipset developed by Qualcomm. Announced in late 2017, the Windows 10 on ARM push is projected to bring several new devices to the market this spring, and HP appears to be the first to do this. The company is now receiving pre-orders for the Envy x2, with shipments to begin in early March.
"HP Envy x2 technical specifications"
The device costs $999 in the United States and it’s powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor paired with 4GB RAM. The 12.3-inch display comes with touch support, which means you should be able to take advantage of Windows 10 features specifically developed in this regard, including Windows Ink.