HP launched two new high-powered convertible laptops, the HP Pavilion x360 and the HP Envy x360, offering details on pricing and availability.
Both of these two new devices come with touchscreen displays that allow them to fold 360 degrees to become tablets, and both can operate in several different modes: notebook, stand, tent, or tablet.
HP Envy x360
The HP Envy x360 is the larger of the two, sporting a 15.6-inch display. Under the hood, this model packs Intel Core processors i3-i7, depending on configuration, and up to 8GB of memory. The machine also comes with up to 1TB of HDD and will provide up to 7 hours of battery life.
"The HP ENVY x360 is ideal for customers looking for a high-performance PC that bridges the gap between work and play," touts HP in the press release. "Featuring a powerful Intel Core processor, 15.6-inch diagonal Full HD 10-point touch screen display, and the HP Control Cone trackpad that transforms the Windows 8.1 experience, the HP ENVY x360 is designed to tackle any task, while its unique hinge enables users to seamlessly shift to tablet or tent mode for watching videos or playing games."
HP Pavilion x360
The HP Pavilion x360, meanwhile, sports a 13.3-inch display and comes with either AMD or Intel processors. AMD options include AMD A6, A8, or A10 processors, while Intel options include Core i3 or i5. The device supports up to 8GB of RAM and has internal storage options between 500GB and 1TB. Battery life will depend on processor - the AMD model will offer up to 6.25 hours, while the Intel one will deliver up to 8.25 hours of battery life. Available colors include Red and Silver.
"The HP Pavilion x360 has a 13.3-inch diagonal touchscreen and is available in multiple colors for customers who want enhanced productivity and mobility at a value price. Built with the latest Intel or AMD processors, the HP Pavilion x360 keeps up with the most demanding tasks while delivering next-generation entertainment with a 10-point touch screen and Beats Audio."
As expected, pricing for these two new devices will depend on build. The HP Envy x360 will launch in the U.S. on June 11 for a $679.99 starting price. The HP Pavilion x360, meanwhile, is expected to launch in the U.S. with an AMD processor on July 9 and with an Intel Core i3 processor on July 20, with $629.99 and $599.99 starting prices, respectively.