Like Windows 11 close to launch, HP unveiled new devices that will hit the market with the next operating system from Microsoft. Highlighted, the products prioritize productivity, creativity and entertainment.
“The last 18 months have changed the way we work, study and have fun. Now more than ever, consumers need devices with technologies that match their lifestyle,” said Josephine Tan, global head of HP.
16-inch HP Specter x360
The HP Specter x360 is the new 2-in-1 notebook with 16-inch OLED screen. Able to take the form of a tablet for work or entertainment, the model also features a 5 MP smart webcam.
Internally, the computer uses the 11th generation Intel Core i7 processor and the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphics card. Furthermore, the device has 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD.
Another highlight is that the model will be one of the first notebooks made with CNC aluminum and recycled plastic from the oceans. The HP Specter x360 hits the US market in October with prices starting at US$1,639 (about R$8,655 in direct conversion).
HP Tablet PC 11 inch
Designed for “productivity and creativity on the go,” the HP Tablet PC is a new competitor to the iPad. Powered by the Pentium Silver N6000 processor, the device has an 11-inch screen and a 13 MP rotating camera.
The model features 8GB of RAM memory and 128GB of internal storage. Furthermore, the tablet runs the Windows 11 in S mode, allowing you to install apps and games via the Microsoft Store.
The device is also compatible with the magnetic keyboard, Tilt Pen and other accessories from the manufacturer. The HP Tablet PC is slated to hit US stores in December only for prices starting at $599.