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Competition Don't forget, folks, you still have time to cat your votes for the latest Reg Hardware Awards - your chance to name the best and worst tech products of the past 12 months.

More to the point, it's also your opportunity to win one of HP's "extraordinary" new ENVY x2 convertible tablets worth £799.

HP Envy x2 Windows 8 convertible

Use the ENVY x2 as a tablet, or use it as a notebook - it's your choice

As our reviewer put it, "viewed as a tablet computer - powered with a dual-core 1.8GHz Intel Atom processor and boosted by a high-quality detachable keyboard with trackpad and connectivity ports, not to mention double battery packs... oh, and it runs Windows 8 - the ENVY x2 is extraordinary".

HP Envy x2 Windows 8 convertible

The ENVY x2's 11.6in, 1366 x 768 is ideal for Windows 8

Fancy one? Pop over to the Reg Hardware HP ENVY x2 Competition entry page right now (Hint: you can read our review there to crib the answers).

And you can fill in your awards voting slip here. You have until midnight on 27 January to cast your vote. ®

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