Major OEMs are doing some new devices announcements today at CES. Along with Lenovo, Dell and Toshiba, HP is joining in with two revamped versions of the Spectre x360 and Elitebook x360.
In my opinion, this looks amazing. The updated Spectre x360 features the Intel’s seventh-generation Kaby Lake processors, along with a 4K UHD display powered by an Nvidia GeForce 940MX GPU.
As you may notice in the picture above, there are also two new Bang & Olufsen speakers, and a Windows Hello camera for password-free biometric authentication. HP also stated that the device will get up to 12 hours and 45 minutes of battery life.
Preorders are up on BestBuy.com starting at $1,499, and it will begin shipping on January 15. HP.com will also begin selling it on February 26, starting at $1,279.
Moving on, HP also announced the Elitebook x360, combining “HP Spectre’s powerful thin and light design, HP EliteBook Folio’s collaboration capabilities and HP Elite enterprise security and durability with Windows 10 Pro.”
Unlike the Spectre x360, the new Elitebook only comes with a new 4K display, pen support and a Windows Hello camera for biometric authentication aswell.
The EliteBook x360 will be available by the end of the month in the US.