HP today announced its newest consumer notebooks and all-in-one PCs, placing an emphasis on affordability, power and portability.
The models feature new processors from AMD and Intel, and touch-enabled screens. The laptops will debut between now and the summer, with prices ranging from £329 to £429, while the all-in-one PCs range from £699 to £899, appearing this summer.
Beginning with the notebooks, the HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11 starts at an economical £329 base price. It's a light and thin touchscreen laptop with an 11.6in, 10-point capacitive screen. The TouchSmart 11 is one of the smaller full-featured laptops on the market, and is priced to compete with mobile OS tablets. It's coming out in July.
The HP Pavilion 14 TouchSmart Sleekbook is AMD APU-powered, and comes with a 14in touchscreen. It's another value laptop, starting at £429 and is available for purchase immediately.
Meanwhile, the £899 HP Envy Rove 20, launching in July, will become HP's first ever mobile all-in-one PC. The device packs a 20in 1,600 x 900 IPS LED touchscreen, as well as Beats Audio. It is designed to produce an enhanced entertainment experienced, and can be laid flat from an upright position, in order to play games more easily. The Envy Rove 20 is powered by 4th generation Intel Core processors and carries Intel HD graphics.
Finally, the HP Pavilion 23 TouchSmart all-in-one PC, with 23in full HD display, is targeted at more value-conscious customers, coming in at £699 in July.
"Customers are looking for mobility and flexibility in their computing devices to give families new ways to bring generations together," said Louis Perrin, director of consumer products at HP. "HP is evolving to meet our customers' needs by designing next-generation form factors, like the Rove mobile All-in-One PC, which will enable people to connect, share and create in ways they never imagined."
Specific release dates will appear when they are released by HP.