There were a lot of companies at CES 2017 to showcase their wares, and HP wasn’t going to be left out of the party. At the event, the HP labs unveiled new PC units and of these, we get to see a new HP EliteBook x360, HP Sceptre x360 and HP ENVY Curved All-in-One 34.
The HP EliteBook x360 has to be the most interesting of all as it features a 4K resolution, packs Windows Hello on board and also makes use of pen support. This one would be the best option for people that work in areas with little or erratic power supply with the battery which has been billed to last up to 16 hours on full charge.
After the phenomenal success that HP recorded on the 13.3-inch diagonal model of the EliteBook, they have decided to bring this new one into the market with 15.6 inches instead, and it packs a number of cool specs too.
Asides from the 4K resolution on display, the new hp sceptre x360 also makes use of Intel Core processors, carries an NVIDIA GeForce 940MX graphics card and also has two new front facing cameras, specially tuned by Bang and Olufsen. Did we mention that there is also an IR camera for Windows Hello?
The HP Envy All-in-One 34, on the other hand, is a big one with 34 inches (measured diagonally) of micro edge display. Bang and Olufsen were also called onto this one as they engineered the total sound bar produced by the four speakers on board.
To make sure that they do not leave the commercial customers hanging, HP also brought out the Sprout Pro. With grounds-up design parameters, the unit features a 1080p display and can respond to up to 20 point capacitive touches.
The second generation of the all-in-one PC now comes with a top of the shelf Intel Core i7 chipset, a massive 16GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 1TB. For the gamer and heavy graphics personnel, you would find the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M particularly useful.