HP will present a pair of new laptops computers at CES 2018, though the word new isn't accurate. This is because, like many other laptop companies in the exhibition this year, what HP means by "new" is "model updates from last year".
So there's a "new" version of the HP Specter x360 15, which is one of the first laptops to offer the new 8th-generation Intel Core processors, the Radeon RX Vega M GPUs announced yesterday by the company and adds a full numeric keypad to the right of the keyboard, but in general it is quite reminiscent of last year's model. Prices for the updated computer will start at $ 1.369,99 when it launches March 18th.
Remember HP Envy x2? HP's ARM laptop promising 20 battery life and LTE announced by the company in December? HP also has an Intel version, with Intel 7 processors, optional LTE and less battery life. The design is a little different, with more emphasis on using it with a keyboard on your feet or in an office and then for multimedia purposes. Intel-based Envy x2 is due to be released sometime in the spring, although prices, exact release dates, and details of mobile phone partners have not yet been announced.
In terms of software, HP has the new Omen Game Stream software, which allows you to transfer games from your Omen gaming computer to a less powerful computer on your network, similar to Nvidia's Shield GameStream technology.
Finally, HP has a new "Specter Tote Bag" made of leather, with a special pocket designed to carry all your devices and an optional battery that can charge multiple devices at the same time. The Specter Tech Tote will cost $ 199,99 when it launches on March 1st.