Table of contents:
- HP Specter x2
- HP ENVY, a thin and light notebook
- HP ENVY All-in-One: 23, 8", 27" and 34" curved screen
- HP ENVY 32" Media Display
If you love HP products, you'll surely be delighted to know that has just launched a new range of premium devices with shapes and designs elegant and unique, with the best features available on the market. In this new range of products we can find everything from a monitor to an all-in-one, so we are going to analyze each of them.
HP Specter x2
The HP Specter x2 is a 2-in-1 convertible PC with a 12-inch screen and vision up to 150º. If you are one of those who prefers a tablet to work, but maintaining the power of a laptop, the HP Specter x2 may be an optimal choice among the range of premium products presented by the technology giant.
HP promises a autonomy of up to 10 hours of battery life depending on the use we give it, something that is not bad at all if you keep in mind Keep in mind that only weighs 0.84 Kg, only measures 13.15 mm wide and saves a lot battery thanks to Panel Self Refresh technology that retains images on the screen while other parts of the PC are turned off to save power.
In addition to being very easily transportable and adapting to all necessary work situations, the HP Specter x2 has excellent performance thanks to its 6th generation Intel Core processor The best thing about this tablet is that it is passively cooled and includes a SSD hard drive up to 256 GB, making it extremely quiet.
As you can see in the pictures, the HP Specter x2 incorporates a U-shaped stainless steel kickstand, so you can put it on any surface along with the keyboard and turn it into a laptop.
To top it off, HP has included a 1.5mm travel keyboard, touchpad, and HP Active Pen stylus, allowing you to keep an eye on your tablet at all times without wasting too much space.
It has two USB 3.0 Type-C connectors, both for charging the tablet and for connecting an external display or transferring data. It also includes a 5 MP front camera and an 8 MP rear camera for taking photos and videos.
It is expected that the HP Specter x2 will reach the Spanish market in November, with a price that will start at 1399 euros.
HP ENVY, a thin and light notebook
If what you are looking for is a more traditional laptop but with very good features, a good choice could be the HP ENVY with a 13.3" screen. This laptop has a thickness of 13 mm and a weight of 1.27 Kg, which makes it a highly recommended option in terms of productivity and portability.
The HP ENVY is thin and light, which makes it easy to transport without having to worry about its weight. In addition, it has up to 10 hours of autonomy thanks to its 3-cell battery.
As for its heart, we can choose between Intel 6th generation i3, i5 and i7 processors, depending on the power that you need depending on what you are going to use it for. We can also customize the hard disk and we have a an option of an SSD disk of up to 512 GB to get the most out of the laptop's speed.
Connectivity is good. It has three USB 3.0 ports, an HP Sleep and Charge port, an HDMI and an SD card reader, something with which we can survive in any case.
The design of the HP ENVY is very interesting, since its chassis is made of metal with a curved profile and hinge, which gives a very modern and high quality look.
It will be available in Spain in October, with a price starting at 899 euros.
HP ENVY All-in-One: 23, 8", 27" and 34" curved screen
Within the HP All-in-One range we find these three all-in-one computers, with 23, 8", 27" and a model, which is perhaps the most interesting, with 34" and curved screen.
The three options have sixth generation Intel processors, being able to choose between an Intel Core i5 or an Intel Core i7, depending on the power we need in this desktop.
Graphics card also varies by model as 23", 8" and 27" options include a AMD Radeon R9 graphics card, while the 34" model can include an NVIDIA GeForce 960A , ready for high-end gaming or video editing.
Although the three models are capable of supporting qualities up to 4K, the curved model is the most interesting, since in addition to have an incredible design thanks to its 2000 mm radius of curve, it also includes an Intel RealSense camera to authenticate with Windows Hello and forget about passwords.
In terms of connectivity, both the 23, 8" and 27" models, as well as the 34" curved one, have an HDMI connection, two USB 3.0 ports and a 3-in-1 card reader located on the back.
As a multimedia center it is not bad either, since it has 4 front speakers in the 23, 8" and 27" models, and from 6 speakers the option of 34", which together with the high quality of the screen, will provide us with an optimal solution as a media center.
Prices vary from 1699 euros for the 23, 8" model, , 1999 euros for the 27" model and 2999 for the 34"curved option. These three models are expected to arrive in Spain in the month of November.
HP ENVY 32" Media Display
Finally, within HP's premium range we find this 32" HP ENVY monitor. It is aimed at providing us with great visual and sound qualityas a media center and can be a good complement to the above devices.
The HP ENVY 32" Media Display integrates AMD FreeSync technology, which reduces judder in images and allows us to enjoy better of games and movies. This feature prevents game stuttering and reduces mouse visual lag to help professional gamers get the most out of their computers.
In terms of connectivity, the HP ENVY 32" Media Display includes an HDMI connector and DisplayPort, in addition to allowing connection and charging of tablets and phones via MHL.
HP has equipped this monitor with a powerful sound system. Thanks to its two 6-watt speakers, you won't need much more to enjoy the best movies and games on your computer without needing an external audio system.
Next November it will be available in Spain, starting at a price of 599 euros.
What do you think of HP's new premium devices?