HP has started selling the Envy Rove 20, a Windows 8 PC that can also be used as a standalone Windows 8 tablet, for a whopping $979.99. The tablet brings some decent specifications at the table, compared to its competitors such as Sony Vaio Tap, etc.
The device is powered by an Intel i3 processor clocked at 1.7GHz with 3MB cache along with an embedded HD 4400 Graphics, 20″ diagonal HD+ touch-enabled IPS widescreen LED-backlit sporting a resolution of 1600×900, 4G RAM (upgradeable to 16GB) and 1TB hard drive.
The device also has 3 USB ports, Bluetooth, WiFi and runs Windows 8 operating system. The tablet is expected to provide users with a battery time of almost 3 hours, which is in my opinion very decent. The laptop comes with a 1-year hardware warranty along with a number of pre-installed software such as Norton Internet Security 2013 (60 days subscription), HP Recovery Manager, Cyberlink Youcam, and many more.
Are you going to get yourself a new, shiny HP Envy Rove 20?