The bold and the beautiful. Not really the words we'd use for an AIO or laptop. But hey, if HP says it, we got to see if for ourselves. And apparently, the description is quite apt.
We just had a peek at HP’s sleek Envy Beats All-In-One (AIO), which comes with a Beats headset, along with quad speakers and quad subwoofers. It's like a dream come true for audiophiles. Didn't Apple acquire Beats, you ask? So why is it still on a HP product? Apparently, HP’s contract with the audio company is still valid, so you will see it connected to a range of its products (for now at least).
The AIO's armed with a 23in diagonal Full HD IPS 10-point touchscreen display that has an adjustable tilt (up to 30 degrees) so you can view content on it at a comfortable angle.
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There's the HP Pavilion x2 tablet too
As for the HP Pavilion x2, it’s a 10in diagonal Windows tablet that converts into a laptop when you connect it to a detachable dual-purpose keyboard/cover that can be also used as a multi-position stand.
It’s also powered by the latest-gen Intel Atom processor, and has front-firing speakers that come with DTS sound and said to last up to almost 12 hours on battery.
The HP Envy Beats AIO will be available here from October (a definitive date hasn’t been set yet) for a price starting at S$1599. As for the HP Pavilion x2, you’ll be able to get your hands on it from 6 October, with prices starting from S$499.