HP today announced its Spectre x2 tablet a Microsoft Surface-like device. The company also announced Hp Envy 13 and Envy 17 laptops similar to the Surface laptop.
The HP Spectre x2 tablet is now powered by Intel Core i series processors. HP is estimating just eight hours this year, down from 10 hours on the original model. The tablet has also gotten a little bit thicker, but with fewer bezels.
HP tablet comes with a 12-inch display with 3000 x 2000 resolution. On the storage side, you will get a 360GB SSD and the tablet now features USB-C port. It’ll go on sale next month with a starting price of $999.99.
The company also announced its new Envy 13 laptop. The new metal laptop is about 0.8 inches narrower and 0.4 inches shorter than the previous one. HP Envy 13 is powered by Kaby Lake processors with a 13.3-inch 1080p display, a 128GB SSD, 8GB of RAM, and an estimated 14 hours of battery life. The new model also ditches HDMI to add an extra USB-C port, so there are now two USB-C ports and two traditional USB 3 ports.
On the other hand, HP Envy 17 now comes with Nvidia’s GeForce 940MX, by default. And the Envy x360 15 is getting updated with slimmer bezels, making the whole machine a little bit smaller.
The Envy 13 starts at $1,049.99 and includes Windows 10.