HP Launches New Windows 11 Devices

HP introduced two new devices designed for people who want technology that enables them to seamlessly switch between productivity, creativity, entertainment, and collaboration – regardless of location. PCs are more important than ever as we settle into a new way of life. According to a recent HP study, 36% of respondents say they will continue watching TV, movies, and videos as much as they did in 2020.

Consumers are seeking technology that has the portability and power to stay connected wherever they are, and the ability to seamlessly switch between productivity, creativity, entertainment, and collaboration. Learn more about some of the product launches: 

HP Spectre x360 16 inch 2-in-1 Laptop PC

The HP Spectre x360 16 inch 2-in 1 Laptop PC, available in nocturne blue with celestial blue accents, and nightfall black with pale brass accents, offers a PC to easily consume, collaborate, and create with the people and things you love. The device will be available for purchase at HP.com and Best Buy retailers in October.

HP ENVY 34 All-in-One Desktop PC

Creators desire a powerful hub with a high-resolution screen and incredible performance to bring their creations to life. And many creators experience the greatest level of productivity to complete multiple tasks when given an ultra-wide display versus a laptop, a single external monitor, and even a dual monitor set-up. The HP ENVY 34 inch All-in-One Desktop PC is expected to be available beginning in October at HP.com.

HP 11 inch Tablet PC

The HP 11-inch Tablet PC is a thin and light device optimized for touch and designed for productivity and creativity on the go. The device will be available for purchase at HP.com and Best Buy retailers in December.

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