HP too hoping on device-launching bandwagon has launched four new devices Chromebook 11, Chromebook 14, Envy x2 and Pavilion x2. First lets see both the Chromebooks.
These two are the updated versions of earlier Chromebooks by HP. Chromebook 11 now runs on 2.16 GHz Intel Celeron N2830 rather than ARM processors used by the earlier ones. This will surely improve its performance. The bigger one i.e. Chromebook 14 (shown in figure above) is now upgraded and is powerd by Nvidia Tegra K1 chipset.
Now lets move on to Envy x2, this is the successor of the HP’s detachable tablet Envy launched back in 2012. The new Envy x2 comes in two variants 13.3 inch and 15.6 inch, both of them run on Intel’s Core M processor. The new keyboard dock has fabric wrapping and is redesigned. The 13.3 inch version will be available in markets on 5th November while the 15.6 inch one on October 29.
The last one is Pavilion x2 which is another detachable tablet like the earlier seen Eny x2. Priced at around $330 this tablet is going to be a cheaper one of the two. The tablet is 10.1” in size and is powered by Intel Atom processor. According to HP the battery backup of Pavilion is 11 hours long. The device will be available in markets on 29th October.