HP Announces New Spectre And Envy PCs In Time For Holiday Season

HP Announces New Spectre And Envy PCs In Time For Holiday Season
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While PC sales are dropping around the world, HP is evidently still hoping that its Envy and Spectre devices can entice you.

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The company has just announced a new Spectre x360 convertible, Envy laptop, and Envy all-in-one 27, in addition to the Envy 27 4K display. The machines will be available in time for the holiday season this year.

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As shown by the campaign on the HP website, the Spectre is 13% thinner and 11% lighter than its predecessor. It has a sleek design thanks to an incredibly thin bezel and boasts either an Intel Core i5 or i7 processor alongside a 57.8W battery.

The x260 also has a redesigned hinge system, two USB-C ports and a 13.3-inch display that can be switched from PC to tablet and back. There are also four speakers, two of them forward-facing and two underneath.

You can now order the Spectre x360 from HP.com and BestBuy.com for $1049.99 with as much as 1TB internal storage. The device also features support for Windows Hello facial login.

HP Envy laptop, Envy AIO 27 and Envy 27 monitor

Specs reveal that the same Intel Core processors are also used on the more traditional HP Envy 13.3-inch laptop. The machine should last for up to 14 hours without charging and will set you back $849.99.

HP will start selling the Envy laptop on October 26. It comes with dual-firing speakers, two USB 3.0 ports, one USB-C port and can come with as much as 1TB storage and 16GB RAM.

Another new device is the Envy AIO 27, which houses computing components in the base of a 27-inch QHD display. The unit also houses four speakers and a touch-sensitive audio control.

HP has built in low-blue-light mode for the first time on one of its all-in-one displays, which should provide a better experience for your eyes and encourage a good night’s sleep. The AIO will retail for $1299.99 and include sixth-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. Other components include an optional Nvidia GTX 950M graphics card and hybrid storage options up to a maximum of 256GB SSD and 2TB HDD.

Finally, the company announced an Envy 27 monitor, with a price of $499.99. The unit comes with an aluminum stand for the floating 27-inch 4K display.

Users will be able to connect via DisplayPort, HDMI, and USB-C. You can also charge a PC or mobile device thanks to up to 60 watts of power.

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