HP announced several new devices, which include a host of innovative form factors and OS options at Computex 2014.
Mike Nash, vice president, Product Management, Consumer Personal Systems, HP:
“Customers have made it clear that t hey need devices that better adapt to work and play the way they do. Today, we are announcing the next generation of laptops and two-in-one PCs, along with a new Chromebook that combine power, versatility and design for home and on the go.”
The HP Envy X360 is ideal for customers looking for a high-performance PC that “bridges the gap” between work and play. The Envy x360 features an Intel Core i5-4210U dual-core processor with Intel’s HD Graphics 4400 or the Core i7-4510U dual-core processor with the aforementioned graphics package, 15.6″ 1366×768 or 1920×1080 10-point touchscreen, and an HP Control Zone trackpad to transform the Windows 8.1 experience.
The Envy x360 is available now in the United States for a starting price of $679.99.
Here’s the rest of the spec sheet:
- OS: Windows 8.1
- Memory: 6GB/8GB RAM
- Storage: 500GB traditional/hybrid hard drive, 750GB hard drive, 1TB hard drive
- Gigabit Ethernet
- Up to seven hours of battery life
- Ports: 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 2.0, 1 HDMI, 1 ethernet, 1 headphone/microphone combo, 1 SD card reader
- Dimensions: 15.11 x 10.18 x 0.93 in, 5.29 pounds
The HP Pavilion x360 has a 13.3-inch touchscreen and is available in multiple colors who want “enhanced productivity and mobility at a value price.” The HP Pavilion x360 will be available in the United States with an AMD A8 processor on July 9 and with an Intel Core i3 processor on July 20 for starting prices of $629.99 and $599.99, respectively.
The HP Split x2 enables users to shift from work to play by combining tablet portability with notebook productivity in a sleek, lightweight device. Feature packed with a Intel Core processor, a 10-point touchscreen display and a fanless design, the Split x2 runs Windows 8.1. With an optional dual battery system, one in the base and one in the tablet, users can easily “from notebook to tablet and back” on this 13.3-inch convertible.
The HP Split x2 is available now in the United States for a starting price of $599.99.
The HP Chromebook features an 11.6-inch display that enables customers to quickly connect to their favorite websites, music, videos and Chrome Web Store apps. The chromebook features six hours of battery life. The HP Chromebook is expected to be available in the United States in July for $279.99.
The HP SlateBook is an Android-powered notebook that gives customers apps to the over one million Android apps in Google Play in a “more productive form factor.” Equipped with a 14-inch touchscreen, this 16mm thin notebook provides up to nine hours of battery life. An NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor, plus integrated GeForce graphics allows users to keep up with tasks at the office, home or on the go.
The HP SlateBook will be available in the United States on July 20 for $429.99.