HP unveils its Windows 8-based Convertible Tablet
HP has unveiled a new series of Windows 8 convertible tablet that features a hybrid version by performing as both ultrabook and hybrid. This tablet functions as a laptop, but can also turn into a tablet to serve the purposes of those who demand both.
These products are made available from HP’s proprietary technologies such as Meridian for music and Snapfish for images. The company’s new device, Envy TouchSmart Ultrabook 4 sports a beautiful 14-inch multitouch HD screen and five hours of battery life. What is more interesting in this device is its active screen and battery that still gives 5 hours backup in both laptop and tablet usage. This notebook is packed with a subwoofer that proudly features Beats Audio system and an optional AMD graphics for better viewing. The device also comes with a 2GB graphics memory which makes it more attractive.
The company’s Envyx2 is an ultrathin device featuring hybrid PC version which again can be used as a tablet. It contains a magnetic latch that lets its 11.6-inch display panel to get removed and attached smoothly. It features seven hours of battery backup on HD video playback and around 12.25 hours of backup on HD video playback after docking. To make it more interesting, HP has included a powerful 8 megapixel HD webcam to this device. Not only this, it also comes integrated with file-sharing option which can be accessed via NFC support and Beats audio technology.
Both these hybrids will make their appearance in showrooms starting from January 2013 with price starting from Rs. 59,990.
HP has also developed a new AiO that has been christened in the market as Envy 23 TouchSmart. It is a 23-inch HD laptop that incorporates multitouch technology. This device sports ultra-thin design and great power. With Intel Core i5 processor, 1 terabyte storage, Beats audio technology, and TrueVision HD camera, this device becomes much more appealing to customers. With such amazing storage and performance, the device is comparatively priced just at just Rs. 71,990.
Apart from focusing on its amazing devices, HP is also providing Accidental Damage Protection to its customers as part of Care Pack service. This service offers repairing or replacing costs for accidents. Also made available is HP Support Assistant with devices. This is an on-product tool that lets users maintain their PCs and solve problems by using automated updates as well as self-help options.
Also, HP is working on a web support page online for Windows 8 and will upload instructional videos on YouTube based on printing.
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