The Windows 8-powered notebook PC comes with a detachable keyboard and touch-screen, meaning it can function as either laptop or tablet.
HP's Envy x2 features an 11.6-inch HD IPS screen with an 8-megapixel camera on the rear and a HD snapper on the front. Beats Audio enhancement and NFC technology come as built-in extras.
Priced at £799, the HP Envy x2 will be released in the UK in late October to coincide with the launch of Microsoft's next generation operating system.
The manufacturer also unveiled HP Spectre TouchSmart Ultrabook and the HP Spectre TouchSmart Ultrabook 4 at IFA.
The former is a 15.6-inch laptop with a full HD IPS display that measures in at 17.9mm thick. It is the first laptop PC to launch with Intel Thunderbold technology on board for speedy data transfers.
HP's Spectre TouchSmart Ultrabook 4 features similar hardware specs, but comes with a smaller screen size of 4-inches and thicker 23mm form factor.
The machines will be released in the UK in November, with the HP Spectre TouchSmart Ultrabook costing £1,199 and the Ultrabook 4 at £899.