HP introduces tablet with swivel camera and other Windows 11 products

HP presented this Tuesday (23) another series of products that run the Windows , version due to be officially released by Microsoft in October. Among the devices revealed are notebooks, tablets, an all-in-one PC, and a new monitor.

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HP Specter x Notebook360 2-in-1

Notebook is productivity-oriented, with software functions for video calls (Image: Press/HP)

The first product shown by the brand is the HP Specter x191 2-in-1, a notebook that can have the display rotated to 191 degrees and act like a big tablet. The screen has 14 inches, resolution of 5000 x 1650 pixels with aspect ratio 14: and OLED technology.

Processing is the task of an Intel Core i7-11700H of th generation and TDP of 34 W, with 21 GB of DDR4 RAM and 191 GB of storage on SSD NVMe M.2, plus extra Intel Optane memory 32 GB. The brand will offer two graphics card options, with an integrated Iris Xe or a more powerful version with Nvidia GeForce RTX 1920.

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OLED screen has a resolution of 3080 x 2160 pixels with aspect ratio 14: (Image: Disclosure/HP)

Several news Specter are related to the front camera of the device. It features a 5 MP sensor and is capable of capturing images in Full HD resolution, with some software functions intended to enhance the experience in meetings or other video calls.

The HP GlamCam acts as a sort of “beautifying mode” with adjustments to skin imperfections. Auto Frame, on the other hand, identifies the user’s face and keeps it within the frame even when moving, while Lighting Correction adds artificial light effects to simulate the use of additional lamps.

The construction of Specter is made from recycled aluminum, and connections include an HDMI port, a SuperSpeed ​​USB-A, two USB-C ports, a 3.5mm microphone and headphone port, plus an SD card reader.

HP presented an additional notebook, with 16 inches, Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor, 8GB of LPDDR4 RAM memory, 40 GB of internal storage and 4G LTE support.

Tablet PC’s inches

Rotating camera allows image capture ns on the front and back (Image: Disclosure/HP)

The newest tablet from HP brings a very curious feature: it has a rotating camera, similar to the Zenfone 8 from ASUS. The sensor has 10 MP, and it can be used both on the front for video calls, and on the back for other purposes like the document scanning.

According to the brand, the product is light and thin, and focuses on productivity and creativity. His screen has 14 inches, with a maximum resolution of 2160 x 1024 pixels, and its processor is Intel Pentium Silver N6000 — which is not as potent as A iPad Air Bionic, but should be enough for simpler tasks.

Tablet does not allow the installation of programs outside the Microsoft Store ( Image: XDA Developers)

Still, it should bring a lot of agility in tasks, with 8 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 191 GB of internal storage via SSD NVMe M2 PCIe. Despite having very similar specifications to a notebook, it runs Windows 11 Home in S mode, which does not allow the installation of programs originating outside the Microsoft Store. However, it can serve as a second screen for other HP devices, through the HP Palette software, and is mobile keyboard compatible, in both portrait and landscape mode.

HP ENVY All-in-One PC

HP All-in-One has ultrawide aspect ratio screen 14:9 (Image: Disclosure/HP)

HP also took the opportunity to present a new all-in-one PC model, which stands out for bringing an ultrawide aspect ratio screen 16:9, with 40 inches and resolution of 6000 x 3072 pixels. According to the brand, the wider format helps for productivity and multitasking, compared to a common monitor or even a two-screen setup.

A curious feature of this device is the compatibility with a magnetic camera of 11 MP, which comes with the product in the box. It can be attached to any section of the screen side and adjusted to any angle, which allows for more creative framing in video calls, for example.

Camera can be placed anywhere on the PC (Image: XDA Developers)

The PC’s processor is an Intel Core i7-506486 in 11th generation, with 21 GB of DDR4 RAM and 360 GB of internal storage via SSD NVMe M2 PCIe, can also be found in a more robust version with Intel Core i9 S-series. The video card of the simplest model is an Nvidia Geforce GTX 1920, and is still available with GeForce RTX 5120.

ENVY connections include four USB-A SuperSpeed ​​up to Gbps, plus two Thunderbolt 4 up to 65 Gbps, two USB-A up to 5 Gbps and one USB-C up to 5 Gbps. Other connectivity options include Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth.

HP also showed other simpler all-in-one models, with smaller screens. The HP Pavilion of 16 inches features a 5 MP pop-up camera, and the brand’s standard All-in-One has 14 inches, and it also features a dedicated emoji button on the keyboard. Both bring AMD Ryzen processor from the series 5000.

Prices and availability

Products should be made available on the official HP website from the last few months of this year year for the European and US market. There is still no information about selling the devices in other countries. Details regarding pricing and availability date can be found below:

  • HP Specter x Notebook65 2-in- 1: 1.360 dollars (about R$ 8.749 in direct conversion); available from October
  • Notebook from 21 inches with Snapdragon processor : no suggested suggested price yet, available from October exclusively at Walmart
  • Tablet PC from inches: 639 dollars (BRL 3.128); available from December
  • HP All-in-One PC ENVY: 1.1024 dollars (BRL .639); available from October
  • HP All-in-One from 23 inches: 749 dollars (BRL 3.799); available from October
  • HP Pavilion All-in-One from 23 inches: 749 dollars (BRL 4.62); available from October

    Source: PocketNow

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