HP has announced several products at the ongoing CES 2019, aimed at changing ways people live, work and play. The products unveiled by HP include privacy screens, new Elite products such as a convertible, AiO and a monitor – OMEN gaming display, OMEN X Emporium Soundbar, OMEN laptops and desktops.
HP said that its new products will offer new ways for customers to connect, create and compete with others.
New and updated laptops
Starting with the HP Spectre x360, it is the first time that an OLED display has been used on a 15-inch laptop. It is similar to the current HP Spectre x360 15 in terms of design, however, it features an OLED display with HDR support. The HP Spectre x360 will be equipped with an 8th gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM and a 512GB SSD. HP has not been revealed the pricing details yet.
The HP Spectre Folio was initially announced in October 2018 in a Cognac Brown color option and now, the company has announced the device with a new Bordeaux Burgundy finish and an optional 4K display. It features a 13.3-inch display and is powered by either an 8th gen Intel core i5-8200Y processor or an i7-8500Y processor with 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. HP has priced the Spectre Folio at $1,303.
HP has also updated the Omen 15 laptop and Omen Obelisk desktop with Nvidia RTX graphics, so there are new options if you are in the market for a new gaming machine. HP had updated the Omen 15 last year with the Coffee Lake Intel Core i7 8750H processor, and this time the graphics have been given a boost. The Omen 15 has been priced at $1,369, and HP will also offer an option to upgrade the display to a 240Hz panel. The pricing of this optional upgrade is not known yet, though.
The Omen Obelisk desktops feature Intel’s 9th generation Coffee Lake Refresh processors, paired with Nvidia RTX graphics. The Omen Obelisk 875 1010 features Core i7-9700K processor and RTX 2080 graphics, while the Omen Obelisk 875 1020 features Core i7-9900K processor and RTX 2080Ti graphics. Other features common between both the desktops include 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD and a 1TB hard disk, with a starting price of $2,249.
In addition to these, HP has also announced the EliteBook x360 830 G5 and EliteOne 800 AiO G5.
Three new displays, including a world-first
In addition to these laptops, HP also announced three displays in the Pavilion lineup, including the world’s first Quantum Dot on glass display. The new lineup also consists of a Quad HD and a Full HD display, priced a little lower than the 27-inch Quantum Dot panel, which costs $399. The other two displays include a 32-inch Quad HD display with a price tag of $379.99, and a 27-inch Full HD display which is priced at $329.
The Quantum Dot and Full HD displays are expected to be available in March while the Quad HD display will become available in June.
Apart from these products, HP also announced a new Soundbar, backpack and a USB-C Hub.