Next-generation form factors, cloud-based offerings and operating system choices enable better value and a more intuitive customer experience
Today's announcement illustrates how HP is reinventing the consumer PC category in time for the holidays, offering four industry-first innovations, next-generation form factors, choice of operating systems, and new services and software that ease the customer experience.
"Our customers need solutions that work and play the way they do," said
- The HP Spectrex2 is a notebook and tablet in one, and the first fanless, detachable (1) Ultrabook based on
- The HP ENVYLeap Motion Special Edition (SE) is the world's first notebook with integrated Leap Motion technology. HP is shaping the way people engage with technology with this innovative PC that senses natural hand and finger movements in the air for easy navigation and control, offering pinpoint accuracy to make games, modeling and presentations come to life. With a vivid 17.3-inch diagonal optional full HD display, movies and videos are sharp and clear. The latest
- The HP Chromebook , announced last week , is the world's first Chromebook based on the Haswell microarchitecture and comes in a variety of stylish color options.
Next-generation form factors
Delivering functional form factors that fit a variety of needs, HP's latest detachable devices transform from a PC to a tablet--and back. With durable, magnetically assisted hinges, dual batteries in the base and tablet, powerful processors and colorful exterior choices, these new detachable devices deliver a breakthrough computing experience.
Featuring a slim profile combined with breathtaking performance, the HP Spectre 13 Ultrabook weighs just 3.25 pounds, and offers a 13.3-inch full HD (1) touchscreen display and
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