More information, along with a set of images, for HP's currently-unannounced Envy 8 5000 tablet have now been leaked on the Internet. The Windows 10 tablet was briefly shown off at Microsoft's Computex keynote address in Taiwan in June.
This new info leak comes from German-based WinFuture.de, which says that the 8-inch tablet is made almost completed of aluminum. Inside, the report says it has an Intel Atom Z8300 "Cherry Trail" quad-core processor with a clock speed of 1.44 GHz. It also is supposed to have 2GB of RAM, with support for either 32GB or 64GB of internal storage, with a microSD card slot for more storage. The report also says it has a 3950mAh battery that allows the tablet to run for up to seven hours.
The tablet will come with a 10-inch detachable keyboard and a stylus made by Wacom, according to the report. The stylus will reportedly work with an app on the Envy 8 5000 that will give users quick access to a number of features via round drop-down menus. WinFuture claims this "mini-Surface" tablet will officially be revealed by HP in the next few weeks and will have a price tag of around 600 euros. It's important to keep in mind that HP has yet to confirm any of this information, so take all of this with a certain degree of skepticism.