HP unveils new range of consumer and commercial products at HP Innovation Day

The company launches a new range of products including the Pavilion x360, Elitebook 1020 Folio, EliteDesk 800 Desktop mini-PC at HP Innovation Day.

By Digit NewsDesk Published Date
08 - Jun - 2015
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08 - Jun - 2015
HP unveils new range of consumer and commercial products at HP In...

HP today, announced an entire array of new products which includes laptops, PCs, printers and notebooks at its HP Innovation Day event in Singapore. The company has built the narrative of these launches around Microsoft’s upcoming OS, Windows 10. Consumers, according to HP, can upgrade to Windows 10 easily via support services such as HP SmartFriend.

The list of new products is as follows:

HP Pavilion x360 and Spectre x360 – These convertible notebooks feature dual-array microphones optimized for Microsoft’s personal voice assistant, Cortana with voice control and come with natural transition to the four modes (tablet, tent, stand, laptop) and back with Continuum.

HP Spectre x360

HP Pavilion, HP ENVY and HP OMEN – These notebooks also equipped with dual array microphones, enhance gaming performance by streaming Xbox One games to the PC anywhere in the house.

HP Elitebook 1020 Folio – The industry’s thinnest and lightest business-class notebooks, the Elitebook 1020 and the Elitebook 1020 SE (Special Edition) come with dual-array microphones and are loaded with Noise Reduction software and a 720p HD webcam.

HP EliteDesk 800 Desktop Mini-PC – The world’s smallest business-class desktop works with HP BIOSphere to create a security-enhanced and highly managed device and high DPI scaling capabilities optimized for 4K resolution displays.

HP Pavilion Notebooks

HP ZBook 14/15u – These are the company’s thinnest and lightest workstation Ultrabook devices who as per HP, deliver tremendous visual performance and enhanced productivity with the 4K display capabilities of Windows 10.

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