HP is extending its lineup of touch convertible PCs with the new HP ENVY x360 and the next-generation HP Pavilion x360, both of which enable customers to switch from a notebook to a stand, tent or tablet.
The HP ENVY x360 features a Intel® Core™ processor, 15.6-inch diagonal Full HD 10-point touch screen display, and the HP Control Zone™ trackpad and a hinge that allows users to shift to tablet or tent mode for watching videos or playing games.
The HP Split x2 combines tablet portability with notebook productivity in a lightweight device. Features include a Intel Core processor, a 10-point touchscreen display, a fanless design, and Windows 8.1 OS. With an advanced hinge design and optional dual battery system—one battery in the base and one in the tablet—users can switch from notebook to tablet and back.
HP is also expanding its Chrome and Android offerings with the new HP Chromebook and the HP SlateBook.
The HP Chromebook is a thin notebook with an11.6-inch diagonal HD display that enables customers to connect to their favorite websites, online music and videos and tens of thousands of apps in the Chrome Web Store.
The HP SlateBook is a sleek, lightweight Android-powered notebook that gives customers access to the more than 1 million Android apps and games on Google Play in a more productive form factor.
Pricing and availability
- The HP ENVY x360 is expected to be available in the United States on June 11 for a starting price of $679.99.
- The HP Pavilion x360 is expected to be available in the United States with an AMD A8 processor on July 9 and with an Intel Core i3 processor on July 20 for starting prices of $629.99 and $599.99, respectively.
- The HP Split x2 is expected to be available in the United States on June 29 for a starting price of $599.99.
- The HP Chromebook is expected to be available in the United States in July for a starting price of $279.99.
- The HP SlateBook is expected to be available in the United States on July 20 for a starting price of $429.99.