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HP introduces new premium consumer PCs
Posted on 18-Nov-2015 21:34 | Tags Filed under: News



Three new designs have been unveiled by HP New Zealand for their premium consumer PC range, with a number of new breakthrough features including sleek industrial designs, bright high-resolution displays, a curved screen desktop and audio by Bang & Olufsen.

HP New Zealand announced the following devices available in the country:
  • HP Spectre x2 is a device that combines a thin and light tablet design with the productivity of a notebook and a superior metal keyboard for the best of both worlds. It offers audio tuned by Bang & Olufsen, has a 12 inch diagonal display, weighs just 0.83 kilograms and is only 8 millimetres thick. With up to 10 hours of battery life thanks to its 6th Gen Intel Core M processors, the HP Spectre x2 has a fanless design to run cool and quiet. 
  • HP ENVY notebook is HP’s thinnest notebook yet and gives customers fast and powerful performance with 6th Gen Intel Core processors, housed in a 13.3 inch diagonal notebook that is 12.95 millimetres thick and weighs 1.3kg. The HP ENVY notebook has a 3-cell 45Whr Li-ion polymer battery to achieve long battery life while maintaining its slim profile. Customers have the choice of 6th Gen Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors. 
  • HP ENVY Curved All-in-One is the widest curved all-in-one in the world featuring a 34 inch diagonal Technicolor Certified display for a completely new, immersive experience. The all-in-one features Intel RealSense technology for accurate depth sensing capabilities. Customers have the choice of 6th Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, standard integrated graphics with the option to choose AMD Radeon R9 discrete graphics. The HP ENVY Curved All-in-One has six speakers including two tweeters with audio tuned by Bang & Olufsen
Chin Edirisuriya, HP New Zealand Consumer Business Manager, says with the heart and energy of a startup coupled with the brain, muscle and determination of a Fortune 100 corporation, it’s exciting to be bringing in a new range of PCs to our customers, especially with all the new features that come with it.

“We are incredibly excited to extend our premium portfolio with new PCs that have a number of firsts - including the world’s widest curved all-in-one desktop, our thinnest notebook ever and a detachable PC device, all with premium audio by Bang and Olufsen.

“These premium devices will enhance the experience for our customers and help them with anything from day-to-day tasks, gaming, watching their favourite shows and be able work from anywhere,” says Edirisuriya, HP.

The HP Spectre x2 is now available in New Zealand nationwide at Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman, Dick Smith, Warehouse Stationary and JB Hi-Fi starting at NZ$ 1699 (incl. GST); the 13 inch HP ENVY notebook is now available in New Zealand nationwide at Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman, Dick Smith and JB Hi-Fi starting at NZ$ 1,999 (incl. GST) and the 34 inch HP ENVY Curved All-in-One is available in New Zealand nationwide at Noel Leeming, Harvey Norman, Dick Smith and JB Hi-Fi starting at NZ$ 4,999 (incl. GST).






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