HP today announced extension of its lineup of touch convertible PCs with the new HP ENVY x360 and the next-generation HP Pavilion x360, both of which enable customers to switch easily from a notebook to a stand, tent or tablet.
The HP ENVY x360 is a 15.6-inch device that you can configure with Intel Core processor, Full HD 10-point touch screen display, and the HP Control Zone trackpad. 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. You can also configure storage up to 1TB, with the option of a hybrid hard drive for faster boot-ups. The device will go on sale at $680.
The HP Pavilion x360 is a 13.3-inch diagonal touchscreen device that will be available in multiple colors. It comes with multiple CPU options with the latest Intel or AMD processors, Beats Audio, up to 1TB storage and pricing starting at $600.
I guess both these devices are really solid mid-range mainstream devices that should attract buyers. It competes with Lenovo Flex series directly.