At the CES 2018, HP is going to reveal two new laptops that are powered by Intel’s AMD chips which it says are updated versions of our models from last year. The brand’s new HP Spectre x360 15 laptops are also one of the first laptops offering Intel’s new 8th-gen Core processors with Radeon RX Vega M GPUs.
The company’s yesterday’s announcement further tells that there’s a full number pad at the right of the laptop’s keyboard which is the only new feature in the updated version. It is priced at $1,369.99 and shipment begins on March 18.
HP is as well bringing an Intel version of HP Envy x2, which is having 7th-gen Intel processors, less battery life, and optional LTE. It will be released in sometime in spring and other details like specific date and cost price are yet to be revealed.
This year’s CES will also see HP’s works on software, via the new Omen Game Stream platform. Gamers can now stream games from an Omen gaming PC to a less powerful machine on the network which is quite like the Nvidia’s GameStream technology on the Shield.
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Lastly, HP will be coming up with a new ‘Spectre tote bag’ having a dedicated tech pocket for carrying your devices. Made out of full grain leather, it also comes with an optional battery pack that provides power charging for multiple devices at once. It costs $199.99 and is to be released on March 1.
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Via: The Verge