Over the years, HP has consistently moulded their products according to the growing and changing needs of their consumers. Paying attention to the rising needs for devices to meet the hybrid work culture, HP has debuted a series of brand-new laptops to their Spectre and Envy line-up.
People nowadays understand the lack of stability in the market. So, it isn’t surprising that the concept of freelancing and hustling is on the rise. With endless career opportunities with social media, content creation is now becoming a mainstream opportunity among the masses.
With over 60% of the users prioritizing performance, HP wanted to cater to the growing needs of the users in the market. The new additions to the list of models in the Spectre and Envy line-up include:
- HP Spectre x360 (13.5 and 16” models)
- HP Envy x360 (13.3 and 15.6” models)
- HP Envy (16 and 17.3” models)
All of these variants of the new laptops give users the complete autonomy to create what they want and from wherever they want.
Optimal collaboration functions
The newest line-up of Spectre and Envy laptops streamline two things – performance and collaboration. Integrated with HP Presence and HP GlamCam, the devices deliver optimal video and audio performance for optimal collaboration with other people.
Integrated with a 5MP front-facing camera, the same makes video conferencing a lot easier and uninterrupted. It is further equipped with HP Auto Frame and HP Dynamic Voice Leveling which offer interactive audio and video calls experience with colleagues and friends.
If you are taking the video call somewhere with very bright light, the backlight adjustment feature allows to tame the sharp illumination. With the Adjustment feature, users will have personalization tools to adjust their appearance while on a video call.
Featuring the network booster and AI-based privacy alerts, all of the new Spectre and Envy laptops support optimal bandwidth optimization with secure collaboration in public spaces, especially when using an unregulated Wi-Fi network.
Complete autonomy over performance
Today’s creators enjoy complete freedom over their work. With the new Spectre and Envy laptops, users have complete autonomy over what they want to work.
Built on the Intel Evo platform, all the models are powered by the latest 12th Gen. Intel Core processors that support optimal multitasking and optimal performance.
Coming to the display, almost all of the new models are equipped with 4K OLED display with 120Hz refresh rate that support faster, smoother and more responsive visuals. The touch display is quite responsive featuring multi-touch gestures, double tap and pinch to zoom features for optimal user experience.
With a variety of available screen sizes in different models, the laptops come with a choice between 3:2 and 16:9 aspect ratio for web browsing and watching videos and working respectively.
Unhinged mobile performance
With hustlers today, everyone is on the go. So, the need for mobile performance and productivity is on the rise and HP addresses all of those requirements in detail.
The models from Spectre and Envy line-up come with an array of tools and specifications that support optimal battery life, and intelligent power management.
Backed with Power Save mode, the models come with extended battery life if you are somewhere with no power outlets at the moment. Also, the Intel Dynamic Tuning Technology adjusts the power functions to prevent risks of overheating so the users can program the device for a prolonged period.
Uniquely, the Adaptive Battery Optimization keeps check on the battery health to preserve and optimize it for ultimate all-day productivity and performance.
Pricing and Availability
The HP Spectre x360 is available starting $1,249.99 from May 19, 2022.
The HP Envy x360 13.3-inch is available starting $899.99 from May 19, 2022.
The HP Envy x360 15.6-inch is available starting $849.99 from May 19, 2022.