HP Launches New Envy, ProBook Series the Best Laptops, Unveils Reverb VR Headset 2019, HP Ini 13 and HP Ini 17 feature a metallic build and a webcam killswitch
HP introduced two new AMD-powered Probe laptops
• The HP Rev. V. headset has 114-degree field view
• It comes in both forms – Professional Edition and Consumer Edition
HP 8th Generation Intel processor and 2nd Generation AMD Rezen refreshes line-up of EV laptops with processors.
Among the new computing machines coming from HP’s stability are the HP 13, HP X300 13, HP In X360, and HP 17 in the Laptop.
Some of the key features of new laptops include the privacy screen between webcam kiloswitch and others.
In addition, HPO has launched VR headset, which demands resolution of 9.3 megapixels per view and 114-degree resolution.
Starting with the newest laptops, the HP has added five new models for the series, which includes both regular laptops and transitions. HP 13 and HP have created similar designs with a metallic chassis and features such as webcam mart switches, fingerprint sensors and privacy screens to prevent others from watching the screen contents.
It is equipped with a full-HD display of 3-way micro-side with 13 and EV17 slim bezel, but you can choose an optional 4K panel for the smallest 13 laptop.
Both laptops can be configured with a speed of up to 4.6 GHz (turbo) and disconnected Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics up to 8 GB General Intel Core i7 processor. HP 13 and 17 will be worth $ 829.99 (about 62,200 dollars) from HP’s online store next week. The bigger HP will be available in the best buy on 17th May.
HP offers a choice between the X360 15 AMD and Intel processors
As an X-360 series converter, they borrowed some of their features from webcam-like switch, fingerprint sensors, privacy screen, band and whispered audio and 3-sided micro-edges.
This X 360 offers a choice between 13 full-HD and UHD screens, while the NV x360 15 model is up to 4K resolution.
NV X 360 13 AMD can be configured with the second general AMD Resin 7 processor with the speed of 4 GHz (boost) connected to Radon Vegas 10 graphics.
This X360 offers a choice between 15 AMD and Intel processors – Intel Variant packs up to 4 GB graphics memory with the Nvidia GFFox MX 250 as well as the 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor.
On the other hand, AMD Vietnam can be configured with AMD Rezon 7 processors which is associated with AMD WAVE 10 graphics.
AV x360 will look valued at $ 699.99 (about $ 48,400) in April, but HP’s X360 15 model with Intel and AMD processors will be 869.99 dollars (approximately 60,100) and $ 799.99 (about $ 55,300) from HP’s online store in the same month.
It will also be available in 15 days of 15 best transitions.
HP introduced two new laptops of the Prokobo series powered by AMD processors – Probe 445R G6 and ProKo 455R G, which packs both the generic AMD Reason processor and creates a MI-STD certified metal build with a 180 degree degree.
Hinge The new PROP series series laptops will hit the roof in June, but there is no sound of their value. Prodike has also lifted the cover from the 405 G4 desktop mini, which is powered by AMD Radon Wave Graphics by 2nd General AMD Rezion Pro processor and will be sold at $ 499 (about 34,500 rupees) in May.
The HP Reveal VR Headset comes in two forms – Professional Edition and Consumer Edition
The main highlight of HP’s latest products is the company’s new VR headset – HP Revab. HP’s wearable offerings have support for Windows mixed reality reality platforms.
The HP Revob VR headset comes in two forms – the HP Revbur Professional Edition and the HP RiverBoard Consumer Edition of $ 649 (about $ 44,800) and $ 599 (about $ 41,400).
For specification, HP’s VR headset packs lightweight designs and two LCD displays, it has a look at every 2160 x 2160 pixels and a 90Hz refresh rate. The HP Rev.
has a 114-degree view of the field and there are two front-facing cameras.
Both headsets will be available for purchase in April, but only in the US market.
There is no word from HP, or when, in other markets, the Rev. VR headset will be launched.