HP Adds to Growing List of Windows 10 Devices With New Laptops, 2-in-1

1 - HP Adds to Growing List of Windows 10 Devices With New Laptops, 2-in-1
2 - The Envy 13 Notebook
3 - Thin and Light for Easy Portability
4 - Plenty of Expansion Ports
5 - The Spectre x2 2-in-1
6 - It's a Tablet and a Notebook
7 - Built-In Kickstand, Three Cameras
8 - Spectre x360 Limited Edition
9 - A 360-Degree Rear Hinge
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HP Adds to Growing List of Windows 10 Devices With New Laptops, 2-in-1

The number of Windows 10 laptops continues to grow, as HP unveils the 13.3-inch Envy 13 notebook, the Spectre x2 2-in-1 and the HP Spectre x360 Limited Edition.

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The Envy 13 Notebook

The Envy 13 ships with 8GB of memory and can be configured with a choice of a sixth-generation Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor, as well as solid-state storage (SSD) storage drives of up to 512GB.

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Thin and Light for Easy Portability

The Envy 13 notebook is 0.52 inches thick, less than the diameter of a dime, and weighs under 3 pounds. The device has an expected battery life of up to 10 hours on a charge. The Envy will launch in the United States on Oct. 18 starting at $849.99.

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Plenty of Expansion Ports

The Envy 13 includes three USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI port and an SD card reader, giving users a lot of options for attaching printers, external displays and more. The notebook also features an HP TrueVision Webcam that comes with dual-array, noise-canceling microphones and a fingerprint reader that works with Windows Hello for user authentication and device security.

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The Spectre x2 2-in-1

The Spectre x2 can be configured with several choices of sixth-generation Intel Core M processors and SSD drives of up to 512GB of storage. Also included are two USB Type-C connectors, as well as a detachable accessory USB-Type-C to USB Type-A adapter. Prices for the machine will start at $799.99 when it goes on sale in the U.S. on Nov. 8.

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It's a Tablet and a Notebook

The Spectre x2 combines a tablet design with a metal keyboard to create a device that can be easily converted into a tablet or notebook using a special connector. The Spectre x2 weighs 1.85 pounds when used as a the tablet and 2.69 pounds when being used with the detachable magnetic keyboard as a notebook.

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Built-In Kickstand, Three Cameras

The Spectre x2 also includes a built-in kickstand so users can position it almost anywhere they want to use it, as well as three cameras. There's an HP TrueVision FHD 5-megapixel front-facing camera, an HP TrueVision HD 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and an Intel RealSense Camera R200 that can capture 3D video. Also included is a Bang & Olufsen-tuned audio system, with dual speakers on both the keyboard and tablet so the audio can be heard however it is being used.

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Spectre x360 Limited Edition

The new Spectre x360 Limited Edition laptop is a limited edition version of the company's traditional 13.3-inch Spectre x360 model. Slated for a Nov. 8 release, the laptop is finished in Ash Silver with Copper accents to celebrate Bang & Olufsen audio's 90th anniversary. The machine includes B&O tuned audio and is being offered with a range of sixth-generation Intel Core i5 and i7 processors and with SSD storage drives of up to 512GB.

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A 360-Degree Rear Hinge

The Spectre x360 features a 360-degree rear hinge so that users can position it as needed on any surface, as well as full-size HDMI and mini-DisplayPort 1.2 ports to display content across multiple screens. Also included are three USB 3.0 ports. The machine weighs 3.17 pounds and is 0.62 inches thick. The limited edition version will start at $1,299.99.