Opens CES with world’s thinnest and lightest 15.6” convertible PC with high-resolution 4K display and Audio by Bang & Olufsen
HP has made breakthrough enhancements and refinements to its consumer premium PC line-up to help customers have more fun and get more done.
“Screen quality – including resolution, brightness and contrast – are increasingly important to customers creating and viewing rich media content on their personal systems, and PCs are no exception,” said Louis Perrin, Director, consumer products, Personal Systems EMEA, HP. “To deliver experiences that amaze, HP is bringing OLED and 4K displays as an option on the new HP Spectre x360 13.3” and 15.6” convertible PCs, respectively.”
HP will offer a Quad HD OLED display option on its 13.3” diagonal HP Spectre x360 starting in spring 2016 to give customers even higher color accuracy, with a broader range of shades and better contrast for watching movies or editing photos. HP is also building upon its Pavilion x2 10.1” (25.6cm) diagonal detachable PC and is now offering a 12.1” (30.7 cm) diagonal version for customers who need a larger display for productivity and entertainment. The new HP Pavilion x2 offers new features including a metal tablet for a thin and light design, Intel processors, a variety of storage options and a high-resolution display.
Customers have choice of 6th generation Intel Core M3 processors with 128 GB or 256 GB SSD storage for productivity and multimedia and 4GB or 8GB of memory.