HP has unveiled new Envy and Spectre Note 8 X2 12
This month promises to be very rich from the point of view of press conferences with the participation of Microsoft and leading hardware partners companies that have decided to support Windows 10. They will show their new products, tailored to the features of the new operating system.
Scored first HP. Today, the company unveiled HP Envy Note 8 and the HP Spectre X2 12.
HP Envy Note 8 is based on the Intel Atom Cherry Trail x5-Z8300 and features 2 GB RAM, 5 MP rear and 2 MP front cameras, micro USB port 2.0 and a microSD slot. In addition, the device has 32 GB of internal memory expandable and support LTE.
Interesting is the presence of a Wacom digitizer that can be used with a digital pen, which comes with another accessory, namely an external keyboard.
The thickness of the HP Envy Note 8 is 7.7 mm and weighs 360 grams. The device is equipped with 8-inch display with Full HD resolution. The manufacturer claims 6-7 hours of Autonomous operation. Sales will begin on 8 November at a price of $ 329 or $ 429 complete with keyboard and stylus pen.
In turn, HP Spectre x2 12 is a 12-inch (Full HD) mobile device type 2-in-1 that offers Intel Core M3 or M7 Skylake and stand, which in combination with the pluggable keyboard allows you to use Spectre x2 12 laptop.
New hybrid equipped with a Wacom digitizer, 2 USB ports,-C (USB Type A adapter included), chambers on 5 — and 8-megapixel plus camera Intel RealSense for Windows Hello, sound system Bang & Olufsen with 4 speakers and optional LTE support. 12 Spectre x2 weighs 840 grams and promises up to 10 hours of battery life.
In the U.S. sales will begin November 8, the prices range from 799 dollars. The cheapest configuration would be to have the M3 CPU Core, 4 GB RAM and M. 2 SSD 128 GB. Backlit keyboard is included in the cost of the device and the Wacom stylus HP Active Pen is sold separately for $ 49.