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(Pocket-lint) — HP has unveiled its latest Specter and Envy models, focusing on hybrid work and video conferencing as what appears to be the laptop trend in 2022.
In total, there are three new models, with two size variants each. Let’s take a look at what each model offers:
HP Specter x360 2-in-1 جهاز
- Available in 13.5 or 16 inch sizes
Updated with the latest 12th generation Intel mobile processors, the HP Specter x360 now offers up to a Core i7-12700H accompanied by 32GB of DDR4 memory and a 2TB NVMe Gen4 SSD. The 13.5-inch model has more modest specifications, opting for Intel’s U-series mobile chips instead. Both options feature a 5MP smart infrared camera to enhance the video call experience, and are also capable of hands-free control and privacy alerts.
The 13.5-inch Specter X360 model starts at $1249.99, while the 16-inch model starts at $1649.99.
HP Envy x360 2-in-1 Printer
- Available in 13.3″ or 15.6″
All Envy x360 convertible laptops are all about battery life and claim to provide up to 20.5 hours of actual use on a single charge. The 15.6-inch model will be available with Intel and AMD processors, up to a Core i7 or Ryzen 7 specification. The 13.3-inch model is part of the Intel Evo platform and appears to be only available with 12th-generation Intel mobile processors.
Both 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch models start at $849.99.
HP Envy laptop
- Available in 16 or 17.3 inches.
The Envy laptop can be configured with a powerful Intel Core i7-1260P processor, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060, 32GB DDR4 memory, and a 1TB NVMe SSD. It’s a powerhouse for those who need to use creative tools like Adobe Photoshop and Premiere on the go. The 17.3-inch variant gives you plenty of screen space to work on and can be configured with a 4K IPS display with full DCI-P3 coverage. With specifications like this, it can also handle video games.
The Envy laptop starts at $1099.99 for the 17-inch version or $1399.99 for the 16-inch version.
Written by Luke Baker. Edited by Max Freeman Mills.
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