HP today announced the redesigned Envy x360 Windows convertible device. HP took design cues from its HP Spectre x360. The redesigned model features brushed aluminum cover and keyboard accents. The Envy x360 comes with i5 or i7 processors, up to 16GB of memory and 1TB of hard disk storage or a 256GB of solid state drive. It starts at $679 which includes 4GB of RAM, a 1366×768-pixel screen and 500GB hard drive. For $770, you will get full HD display and 1TB HDD. It has 360 hinge that allows you to enjoy the device in different modes. Also, HP has replaced Beats audio with Bang & Olufsen’s audio technology.