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HP announces new Windows 11 PCs like a 34-inch All-in-One, new 16-inch Spectre x360, a 14-inch Snapdragon 7c-powered laptop and more

HP has announced new Windows 11 PC today in all kinds of form factors like All-in-One’s, laptops and tablets.

Envy 32 AiO

HP Envy 34 AiO against gray wall on wooden desk

HP’s new flagship all-in-one (AiO) features an ultra-wide 34-inch 5K (5120 x 2160) display, a magnetically attachable webcam that attaches anywhere on the bezel of the PC, 11th Gen Intel Core i9 CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 30 series graphics, a Qi wireless charger in the stand, x6 USB-A ports, x2 Thunderbolt ports, x1 HDMI and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

HP’s Envy 34 has x4 RAM slots and x2 M.2 SSD slots that HP says is user upgradeable. HP’s Envy 34 will ship next month starting at $1,999.

Spectre x360 16

Woman standing in front of HP Spectre x360 16

HP announced an all-new 16-inch Spectre x360 laptop that features a 16-inch (3072 x 1920) display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, a 5MP front facing camera with 1080p video resolution and some AI features like what HP calls Autoframe that lets the camera follow you for those all-important video calls. Another welcome feature is presence detection so when you leave your desk your PC will automatically lock and perhaps my favorite feature, it can tell if someone else is looking over your shoulder and will blue the display and obscure the content for security.

Internally, Spectre x360 16 features up to a quad-core Intel Core i7-11390H 35W CPU and Intel Iris Xe graphics. HP’s new Spectre x360 16 will ship in October and be available for $1,639.

HP 14-inch Snapdragon 7c-powered laptop

Hp 14 Inch Angle

HP’s new 14-inch laptop may look like an ordinary budget laptop but internally it is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7C Gen 2 CPU and an Adreno 618 GPU, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of eMMC storage. There is no word on pricing yet but it may end up in a similar range to Samsung’s Galaxy Book Go.

HP 11-inch Tablet PC

HP’s Surface Go competitor has a cool trick up its sleeve, it can rotate and stand up and connect to the folio keyboard in portrait mode via an extra connection on the side of the tablet. HP’s 11-inch tablet features the world’s first rotating camera and the first 13MP front camera in a Windows tablet. It also features a 2K (2160 x 1440) display powered by an Intel Pentium Silver N6000 CPU and 4GB of RAM. It will be available in December for $599 that comes with a keyboard and a $499 model that doesn’t.

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