HP ENVY 8 Note 5009 Signature Edition Tablet

HP ENVY 8 Note 5009 Signature Edition Tablet

HP ENVY 8 Note Signature Edition Tablet is rated3.1 out of5 by12.
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(was $329.00) save $130.00
  • 8-inch Full HD touchscreen
  • Intel Atom x5-Z8300
  • 2GB memory/32GB eMMC
  • Up to 6.25 hours battery life

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  • 8-inch Full HD touchscreen
  • Intel Atom x5-Z8300
  • 2GB memory/32GB eMMC
  • Up to 6.25 hours battery life




HP ENVY 8 Note 5009 Signature Edition Tablet docked to keyboard

Noteworthy in every way

The flexibility of a tablet and the productivity of a laptop converge in one slim and stylish package with the HP ENVY 8. Paired with the optional full-sized keyboard, it becomes a high-powered laptop. Keyboard off, it's a convenient tablet ready for work and play wherever you go. Add in Office Mobile apps, lightning-fast 4G LTE connectivity, and the HP Active Pen, and you're ready to get down to business.

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Office Mobile apps included

Office Mobile apps—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote—are optimized for Windows 10 tablets and small-screen devices, keeping you productive and cloud-connected wherever you go.

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Ready for Verizon 4G LTE

The ENVY 8 comes with an unactivated SIM card. Just pick the Verizon Plan that works for you and get connected right out of the box.

HP ENVY 8 Note 5009 Signature Edition Tablet with stylus

Includes HP Active Pen

With all the accuracy of pen on paper, the stylus with Wacom technology glides across the screen with real-time responsiveness.

Intel ATOM x5 processor

Excellent performance

The ENVY 8 comes with an Intel Atom x5-Z8300 processor, 2GB of memory, and 32GB eMMC storage for fast, power-efficient computing.

HP ENVY 8 Note 5009 Signature Edition Tablet and stylus angled view

Brilliant display

Made with durable Corning Gorilla Glass, the 8-inch touchscreen has ultra-wide viewing angles and a high-precision surface for using the stylus.

HP ENVY 8 Note 5009 Signature Edition Tablet top view showing port

Head-turning looks

Sleek and slim, the ENVY 8 is done up in black and white with an aluminum border, and is just 0.3 inches thin while weighing less than a pound.

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Bang & Olufsen audio

PC speakers from the audio pioneers Bang & Olufsen deliver immersive surround sound with heightened clarity and deep bass.

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The best Windows yet

Windows 10 delivers faster start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done across multiple devices.

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Tech specs


8 in diagonal Full HD touchscreen with Corning Gorilla Glass (1200 x 1920), 10-finger multi-touch support


Intel Atom x5-Z8300 1.44 GHz with Intel Burst Technology up to 1.84 GHz


2GB DDR3L 1600 MHz

Hard drive size


Operating system

Windows 10 Home, 64-bit

PC type


Optical drive


Media drive



Bang & Olufsen


Intel HD Graphics with shared graphics memory


Micro USB 2.0 • Microphone/Headphone combo port


1-cell lithium-ion polymer (up to 6 hours, 15 minutes)*


5MP rear, 2MP front


802.11a/b/g/n/ac (Miracast enabled)




4.98 x 8.58 x 0.30 in (126.60 x 218.00 x 7.70 mm)


0.79 lbs (358.33 g)


Black and White


Model number: ENVY 8 Note 5009 • Includes unactivated SIM card (ready for Verizon 4G LTE) • Pre-installed with Office Mobile • Includes Wacom stylus • TPM 2.0

Ratings and reviews

Rated 5 out of5 by fromGreat ValueT-Mobile LTE works great for me!I have been using this tablet for 2 days. Screen Clarity is amazing. Wacom digitizer works great. More then decent sound quality for a device this size.I do wish it had a capacitive front button.It looks like HP's note taking software was removed. I think it was removed with the bloatware to become Microsoft Signature Edition. I too gave up looking for this software online.
Date published: 2016-03-29
Rated 3 out of5 by fromGreat tablet with a fatal flawI purchased this tablet thinking it would be a convenient way to take meetings notes. The screen is super, and handwritten notes using the styles look great.Two problems: The specs for the device state it has a LTE modem that is ready for Verizon. (The device comes with a Verizon SIM.) Turns out it works ONLY with Verizon. I have an account with T-Mobile so for me, this is a deal beaker.The second problem is that it looks like HP's notetaking software (that works with OneNote) is intentionally missing. (Microsoft considers this bloatware?) I gave up looking for this software online.
Date published: 2016-02-14
Rated 5 out of5 by fromAwesomeI bought this about three weeks ago and it is an excellent product really enjoying it.
Date published: 2016-04-03
Rated 5 out of5 by fromExcellent Tablet.Screen Clarity is amazing. Plays back 4k video (crazy right) my work laptop can't even do that (It still only displays 1080p, but it is super sharp beautiful with 4k source video(again my work laptop can't)). Wacom digitizer works great. Audio only on 1 side in this day and age when they usually have speakers on either side of the screen is a little disappointing, but the sound quality out of that speaker is pretty good.Due to this being only 32GB, highly recommend getting a Micro SD Card and pointing all the folders to it, so that we can avoid running out of space. NTFS cards can be used just like another drive, so you can install full windows applications on it. I have been sticking to mostly Windows 10 Store apps. Have not had the time to try installing my steam library.From the benchmarks I have been looking at online, this should be faster than my Baytrail tablet I have at home (Lenovo Miix 2 8), on that I was able to play a bunch of games. (World of warcraft was a little slow on that tablet, but if you have chores to do, it was tolerable) I look forward to trying out this tablet with games, and seeing how much better it is. The Z3740 in the Miix 2 8 came with 8 processing units, the x5 comes with 12. So I don't expect it to be a ton better, but a couple frames a second.The only thing that does bug me about this tablet, is the fact that it only has a 6 hour battery. That is pretty low capacity for the price you are paying. I am going to have to mess around with the settings to see if I can get better than that, but not sure I will.I love the way this table looks, unfortunately the only case I could find to hold this was some ugly generic thing, since the exterior is beautiful looking. If you wanted to know what happened to the Surface mini (in terms of looks) this is it. Similar edges, and look. No kickstand sadly, and I love the two tone back (black and white, which a shiny 8 on it)Sorry no capacitive front windows button like on a lot of tablets. Have to stick with the UI.
Date published: 2015-12-30
Rated 5 out of5 by fromAs good as needed.Only have been using the device a week, but already much happier with my Windows tablet compared to a competitors OS tablet I had been using. The device is much quicker then I was expecting and web browsing, social media, video playback and email have all worked wonderfully without any hiccups. Let us realize this is not a product with an Intel i5 or m5 chip, that said, everything just works for me and gives me much more capabilities with Windows 10 on board. Personally wish it had PRO for more options, but don't think the upgrade price is worth upgrading to PRO so I'll be happy enough with what it does have. The pen seems to work well, except for the missing HP software that I believe might be missing due to this being a Signature device, so I'll let that slide and keep it five stars. I've used RDP over an AnyConnect VPN connection without hiccups. Fantastic little device.
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 5 out of5 by fromSo far, fits my needs as a math teacherI. MY USEI am a math teacher. My interest in this device is primarily related to the active stylus/pen, which enable me to write mathematical expressions in OneNote, and project my notes wirelessly to the classroom projector without me having to be tethered to the projector. I can also have students write their own solutions and notes on the Envy 8 Note and have them projected to a large screen without having to go up to the front of the class.I own multiple other computing devices, including a Surface Pro 4, which is great for many thing and has a pen, but is a bit heavy and large to carry around-- and I worry about dropping and damaging an expensive device. The 8-inch, and much less expensive, Envy 8 Note suits my needs for an in-class presentation device. Its relatively low cost also means a school and district is more likely to have the means to get these devices into teachers' and students' hands.II. THE SPEED QUESTIONSeveral reviewers found the device to be too slow for their needs. They may well have a legitimate point. I have not found it to be slow, but this really depends on each owner's use for this machine. All I need the Envy 8 Note to do is to hold a Miracast connection (via the Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter) while running OneNote or a web browser showing Youtube videos and such. Any kind of "heavy lifting," I do with my Surface Pro 4 and desktop PC.III. THE NEGATIVE THINGThe one annoying thing that I experienced so far with the Envy 8 Note is my difficulty in keeping track of the stylus/pen. A bit part of this, though, is probably my own fault for having too many pieces of paper and stationery lying around my work area. I think that I have it under control by obtaining a cover for the Envy 8 Note with a little ring that holds the pen. Wish the pen magnetically attached to the tablet like the Surface Pro 4's does-- but oh well, can't have everything.
Date published: 2016-09-11
Rated 1 out of5 by fromStay away from this one. Very very very slow.I really wanted to like this tablet having purchased it to replace my HP Stream 7.I thought with the specs it would be a more powerful option to the Stream 7 (which I love and was disappointed there was no refresh for it from HP) but I was very wrong.This is without a doubt the slowest tablet I have ever owned.Trying to watch a youtube video in Edge the video sound will start a couple of seconds before the page finishes loading and the video portion begins.Boot times are measured in minutes.Memory usage at idle is always in the high 80%.A check of running processes shows that, unexpectedly, the System and Compressed Memory process is _not_ the largest user of memory.Almost every app is slow and laggy to the point of being unusable.I went through and disabled all the apps and services possible without compromising security and performance further hoping for a reduction in memory use and a bump in speed to no avail.I decided to see how it compared with my almost 2 year old Stream 7 which only has half the RAM and a slower processor.The short answer is the Stream 7 runs circles around the Envy 8.In every app and website I tried the Stream 7 handled the task noticeably faster in a side by side test.Add to that the bad decision to lock the Envy 8 to Verizon and you have a device I cannot recommend to anyone who actually wants to use there tablet.I have had mine for about 6 months 5 months now and due to its bad performance it has sat almost unused (except for weekly checks for updates hoping the performance issues would be fixed) for the last 3 months.So in summary DO NOT BUY this tablet. It is not up to the usual high standards of devices sold at the Microsoft store.
Date published: 2016-05-20
Rated 1 out of5 by fromDon't buy thisBought this tonight thinking I finally got the 8" note taking device I've been looking for forever. But nope, just another very poor excuse for a device and yet another poor Windows experience.Immediately after initial setup, the device started giving an error saying the Display Driver failed to start and it reverted back to the basic driver. For the 10 seconds the display driver did work, when you swiped in on the right side, instead of displaying animations, the screen just blacked out.So I decided to let Windows update and it proceeded to install the past 6 months of updates. That took all over 4 hours because this device is just that slow. And of course, when it started up again, I got the same Display Driver failure.I suppose it's possible this is actually a hardware failure but I'm just resetting this device and returning it tomorrow. It's simply not worth the trouble, especially since it's also apparently locked to Verizon.Seriously HP, did someone just say "Eh, good enough." Just horrible.
Date published: 2016-04-13
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