HP unveils new Spectre x360 16-inch, Envy 34 AIO, Tablet PC, and more

HP has recently unveiled a bunch of new Windows 11-worthy hardware including Spectre x360 16, Envy 34 AIO, and more. These devices will fit every expectation with a better brace for hybrid function. So let’s take look at each one of them.

HP Spectre x360 16 inch

HP Spectre x360 16

First in the lineup is Spectre x360’s two-in-one laptop, which features a 16-inch large display, 16:10 in-plane switching (IPS) touchscreen with up to 400 nits of brightness and 91% screen-to-body ratio, and a 5MP webcam. This Windows Hello Authenticated high-resolution (1080p) webcam accredits AI-powered face tracking and also features a physical privacy shutter, which auto-locks the laptop when you move away.

Under the hood, it can incorporate up to an 11-gen Intel core i7-11390H (35W) processor put together with Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 GPU. Made with recycled CNC aluminium Spectre x360 16 comprises 512GB NVMe SSD, 16GB of DDR4 SDRAM, and 32GB of Intel Optane memory. HP provides 17 hours of battery life with the 4K OLED display of the high-end model.

HP Spectre x360 16 inch starts at $1690 for basic models and will be available on HP official stores next month.

HP Envy 34 AIO

HP Envy 34 AIO

Next in the lineup is the Envy 34 All-in-one desktop which features a 34-inch large, 5K wide-screen 21:9 in-plane split (IPS) touchscreen. The device conveys 500 nits of brightness, covering 98 percent of the DCI-P3 hue cycle. It covers fewer bezels with a more streamlined look and excludes B&O speakers in the base like the previous model.

The new display takes the edge of Windows 11s Snap Layout to view multiple windows simultaneously. Also, Envy 34 AIO is the first to get a detachable, magnetic camera, which features an advanced 16 MP binning technology and a 2 μm pixel sensor. Wireless charging pads are also built into its stand so you can place your smartphone there to charge it.

Under the hood, Envy 34 AIO can incorporate up to 11-gen Core-i9 S-series processor and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Max Q graphics, coupled with 32GB RAM and 512GB of NVMe SSD. Additionally, it features a pair of B&O speakers, lodge of power supply design, a Thunderbolt 4 USB4 Type-C ports, HDMI output for a second monitor, Wi-Fi 6, and Bluetooth 5.

HP Envy 34 AIO will be made available in October 2021 at $1,999. If you want to avoid such a high-end PC, you can go for Pavilion 24- or 27-inch AIO, which features a 5 MP pop-up privacy webcam, full or Quad HD display and AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors priced at $799.

Also, there’s HP All-in-One Desktop PC which can be powered by AMD Ryzen 5000 series or Intel processor priced at $749 and is also is expected to be available in October at HP.com.

HP 11 inch Tablet PC

HP 11 inch Tablet PC

HP has also unveiled an exclusive 11-inch tablet designed for Windows 11. The device comprises an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of SSD. This 11-inch Tablet PC is the world’s first tablet to have a rotatable camera and the world’s first tablet to have a 13 MP front camera. Additionally, it has ISA certified 2K display (2,160×1,440), and a keyboard that can be attached to any side.

HP 11-inch Tablet PC is expected to be available in December at HP.com for a starting price of $599. It is also expected to be available at Best Buy in December.

HP 14 inch Laptop PC

If you want a clamshell laptop, then HP just launched a new 14-inch laptop powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7c gen-2 Mobile platform coupled with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of eMMC storage. HP 14 inch Laptop PC will be launched in December 2021 and will be available on Walmart.

Lastly, we have two new monitors, the HP U32 4K HDR Monitor with a 31.5-inch diagonal 4K HDR monitor priced at $499, the M34d WQHD Curved Monitor with fully immersive 34-inch diagonal display complete with integrated speakers priced at $530, and HP Reversible Protective Sleeve which is now available at HP.com for $20.

As for both monitors they’re expected to be available in October at HP.com.

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