HP Envy 13, Envy All-In-One 27, and Spectre x360 Upgrades

To compete with its major rivals like Samsung and Apple, HP is bringing on upgraded versions of Spectre x360, Envy 13 Laptop and Envy AIO 27. The HP Envy All in One 27 is also regarded as the best-looking performer in the range All-in-One range of computers till now. According to HP, the display's in-plane switching (IPS) technology provides a color accuracy of 99 percent for "breathtaking" 4K video images.

The official company logo of Hewlett-Packard (HP) is on display during the Microsoft Ignite technology conference in Chicago past year. The other spinout of the company, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, now specializes in hardware, software, consulting and services for enterprise customers.

HP has recently announced improvements to its premium line of laptops, including the high rated Envy 13 and Spectre x360.

The HP Envy 13 laptop costs $849 and will go on sale October 26. This time around, the HP Envy packs in four more hours of battery life which can reach up to 14 hours. According to Tech Times, The device is indicated to come in two chip configuration; either a seventh-generation Intel Core i5 or Core i7.

HP Spectre x360 2016 also promises a full stereo experience with the addition of two extra Bang & Olufsen speakers on its screen, making its speakers a total of four, Digital Trends reported.

The HP Envy all-in-one 27 will be available in stores on October 16 for $1,599. It will come with an Intel Core i7-6700T processor with 16 GB of RAM, 128 GB SSD, 1TB HDD and Nvidia GeForce GTX 950M graphics with 4 GB of GDDR5 memory.

Meanwhile, the update to the HP Spectre launched earlier this year became available yesterday through both HP.com and BestBuy.com.

According to PC World, the most interesting change to the third generation HP Spectre x360 is its slimmed down frame courtesy of the use of a micro-edge bezel design.

The current HP Spectre x360borrowed its x360 brand name from its previous fold-back hybrids but it has special added features, including interlocking hinges, 10 hours of battery life and an Intel Core i5 processor for snappier performance. At the same time, the new device improves both portability and display quality with a micro-edge bezel design that cuts almost 10 millimeters from each side of the screen. It also features a Webcam with a field of view that's 12 percent wider than before, offers fast recharging and supports password-free log in via an FHD IR camera and Windows Hello facial log-in technology. While it also has a 13.3-inch design like Spectre x360, it does not have the ability to backflip into tablet mode.

  • Arturo Norris