HP opened CES 2018 with a plethora of new announcements, including new ultraportable notebooks designed to offer a new level of computing experience.
“Every aspect of the PC experience is being reinvented, and HP is at the forefront,” said Anne-Sophie Hadberg, head of Consumer Personal Systems EMEA, HP Inc. “We are fundamentally reshaping the way the world connects and creates. Our CES 2018 lineup showcases what’s possible when you combine the voice of the customer with world-class design and engineering capabilities. Whether it’s the world’s most powerful convertible and the incredible versatility of our ENVY x2 Always-Connected PC, or our cutting-edge suite of OMEN gaming hardware and software, HP technology is changing the game.”
First off is the new HP Spectre x360 15, dubbed as the world’s most powerful convertible PC. It features a powerful graphics chip that will enable you to seamlessly edit 4K and 3D content. Powered by the latest 8th generation Intel processor along with Radeon-based graphics, this notebook also has an aluminum-made chassis and a touchscreen display. The HP Spectre x360 15 will available in February starting at €1,799.
Next is the HP Envy x2 dubbed as the ‘always-connected PC’. This tablet features a light and durable design protecting the 12.3-inch touchscreen. It’s also optimized for multi-tasking and can even give you up to 17 hours of battery life. It will be available in April starting at €999.
On to the gaming side is the Omen Game Stream, a new feature that would let you play any top-of-the-line title anytime by streaming the game from the Omen to any Windows 10 device. It will come to all Omen devices this spring.
Last is the Omen X 65 Big Format Gaming Display that’s perfect for any gamer. The massive 65-inch display comes with a 4K resolution along with support for a 120 Hz refresh rate. The impressive specifications also mean that this display is perfect not just for games, but also for movies, TV and even music. It will be available for purchase later this year.