HP Windows 10 tablet

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.

HP Envy 8

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.

HP Envy 8 Keyboard

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.

Source: Winfuture.de