This is the first notebook that is powered by the newest 8th-generation Intel processors with integrated AMD images, though it will in another version with discrete Nvidia graphics. The technology giant also launched the HP Envy x2 with Intel processors, the HP Z 3D camera, HP Pavilion Wave with Amazon Alexa, and OMEN gaming technology and gambling display. The business has, additionally, announced some accessories like the HP Tilt Pen, the Spectre USB Type-C power pack, along with the Spectre USB Type-C travel dock.
The HP Spectre x360 15 convertible is now the world’s first laptop to feature Intel’s most up-to-date 8th-generation Core i7-8705G processor with Radeon RX Vega M images. This variant of the Spectre x360 provides up to 12 hours battery life with Fast Charge technology. Another version sports a quad core 8th-generation Intel Core chip (unnamed) with Nvidia GeForce MX 150 distinct images. This version offers up to 13.5 hours of battery life with Quick Charge technology.
The new 2-in-1 is built from an aluminium CNC machined chassis having an angular profile of 19.5mm. The HP Spectre x360 15 comes in one color variant: Black Ash Silver with Copper Luxe accents. It sports a 15.6-inch 4K (2160×3840 pixels) UHD touchscreen display that is protected from Gorilla Glass 4. Security features include an IR camera with Windows Hello, along with a fingerprint reader. Weight of the notebook is 2.1 kg. The Spectre x360 15 will probably be available in the US starting March at $1369.99 (roughly Rs. 87,000).
The HP Envy x2 is a ‘Always-Connected’ PC with a fanless CNC machined aluminium shell. Notably, the notebook is a version of the ‘Always Connected’ Windows PC model that has been launched using Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC in December. The hybrid sports a 12.3-inch WUXGA+ screen with Gorilla Glass 4 security. It is powered by the 7th-generation Intel Core Y-Series processors, coupled with 8GB LPDDR3 RAM and 256GB PCIe SSD storage. The hybrid runs Windows 10 Home OS and is promised to have a battery life of up to 17 hours.
HP Pavilion Wave
The HP Pavilion Wave attracts Amazon’s virtual helper Alexa into Windows 10 – among the first PCs to do so. This PC integrates voice recognition to offer Amazon Alexa support during activities such as web browsing, working, or streaming content. The PC also incorporates Intel Smart Sound technologies to provide 360-degree audio output. The HP Pavilion Wave will send in Spring 2018 in a cost of $549.99 (approximately Rs. 34,900).
The HP OMEN X 65 Big Format Gaming Display sports a 65-inch 4k (2160×3840 pixels) diagonal screen with HDR10 support, 120Hz refresh rate, and 1,000 nits summit luminance. The display features Nvidia G-Sync and Nvidia Shield integration for a better gaming experience.
OMEN Game Stream
OMEN Game Stream supplies a connected cloud gaming experience and helps integrate AAA gambling on Windows 10 PCs.
HP Z 3D Camera
The HP Z 3D camera includes a magnetic badge that may be utilized to attach it to monitors discreetly. HP’s scanning technologies claims to build a 3D model, supplying users with high-resolution pictures for 3D program. It scans objects with resolutions assert different texture maps for VR/ AR/ MR software. And, finally, it gives the choice to share images and live videos straight from the desktop. The HP Z 3D camera will be made available in the US at March 2018 at a cost of $599 (approximately Rs. 38,000).
“Every feature of the PC adventure has been reinvented, and HP is at the forefront. We are fundamentally reshaping the way the world connects and creates. Our CES 2018 lineup showcases what is possible once you combine the voice of the customer with world class design and technology capacities. Whether it’s the planet’s most powerful convertible and the incredible flexibility of our ENVY x2 Always-Connected PC, or our best-in-class Z 3D camera accessory along with cutting-edge package of OMEN gaming equipment and software, HP technology is changing the game,” explained Ron Coughlin, President, Personal Systems, HP.