HP today released a high-end consumer notebook new products, including the popular X360 Envy and strong performance of Spectre 13. In addition to changes in the design of the appearance (compact size, ultra narrow frame display), two products also built a larger capacity of the battery. In addition, HP also announced the new Envy one machine, which has a new shape design, and equipped with the latest generation of Intel processor.
The new X360 Spectre retains the ability to rotate the screen to the keyboard, the use of ultra narrow frame display, its size is further reduced. In the previous generation models as a whole narrowed 11.8mm at the same time, the new machine has also been stuffed into the four speaker array.
Thanks to a larger battery, as well as improved system performance, the machine is now a single charge can be achieved 15 hours of battery life (up 25%), and supports 90 minutes full of 90% of the electricity.
The new Envy 13 notebook is not as slim as Spectre, but the price is much more common. Its use of aluminum magnesium alloy body, optional with 1080p or quad-HD display (the latter support touch).
The machine will be listed in the end of this month, the price of 849 U.S. dollars (about 5704 yuan RMB).
Together with the two laptops debut, there are new Envy one machine, which is equipped with a 27 inch IPS @quad-HD touch screen (4K version of the subsequent optional), top and side frame tight 9.5mm.
The optional 7 generation core i5 or i7 processor, Nvidia GTX950M alone, time to market for this month, starting at $1249 (about 8392 yuan RMB).
Envy 27 inch 4K display
The display will be listed in December this year, priced at $499 (about 3353 yuan RMB).