HP has some new PCs for you to ogle, including a reinvented Pavilion X2 tablet-laptop hybrid, a new Envy laptop, and the Envy Phoenix gaming desktop. It's a big makeover for the company's line-up, laptops especially, and if you're looking for a new machine to take to school or uni then your interest should be piqued.
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It's hard to build a cheap two-in-one PC that doesn't have something fundamentally wrong with it. Believe us, we've looked — lower end convertibles usually have bad screens, flimsy hinges or sell essential accessories separately. Then something like the new 10-inch HP Pavilion x2 comes along. It's small, costs only $US300 and, at first blush, seems to do almost everything right.
HP's upgraded its ENVY range of laptops with the ENVY 17 3D. It doesn't take a genius to interpret the meaning of this model number—17" screen, with full 3D capabilities.
Turns out the rumours about a 14-inch and 17-inch HP Envy have held up: today HP's expanded their higher-end consumer notebook line to include the Envy 14 and the Envy 17. And the big boy's got some juice.
Boomin'. That's the Beats edition of HP's Envy 15, which doesn't look like a MacBook wannabe but like its own glossy-black-and-red man. The privilege, and included Beats headphones, add $US500, but I think it's kinda worth it.