HP is at CES 2020, with a few devices, but very interesting: among them are the first All-in-One compatible with the program the RTX Studio , and the first portable convertible aimed at professional users with connectivity 5G. Here is the detailed information:
The update of the lightweight handset that we showed you less than three months ago, now offers processors Intel Core of tenth generation, from i3 to i7, and offers integration with Tile, a location service of your devices in case of loss or theft. The modem 5G is optional and is provided by Qualcomm: this is the famous Snapdragon X55 – the same which, according to rumors we will find in the iPhone of the next generation. HP further explains that over 82% of the mechanical parts was made with recycled materials; in particular, the plastics come mostly from the oceans.
For the rest, it remains a portable 13″ (with the option of 4K) ultra high-end and with many safety functions that wink to the corporate world – and, why not, home users are more aware of their privacy. Among these there is the reconfirmation of HP Sure-View Reflect, which is activated by the simple pressure on a button and repair your display from prying eyes. At the moment we do not have information on prices and availability. The main technical details:
- Display options: FHD 1080p FHD 1080p with Sure View Reflect, 4K. All IPS
- CPU options: the Core i3, i5, i7, 10° generation
- GPU: integrated, Intel UHD 620
- RAM: up to 16 GB, LPDDR3-2133
- Storage: up to 2 TB, SSD PCIe
- Webcam front: HD 720p
- Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5, modem, 4G, or 5G
- Ports: 2x USB-C, Thunderbolt 3; 1x USB Type-a To 3.1; 1x HDMI 1.4; audio jack and a slot for nano-SIM
HP says that it is the first AiO certified NVIDIA RTX Studio, a program that highlights the best certified devices for content creators. The device can be equipped with GPU up to RTX 2080, while the processors are the Intel Core of the ninth generation with TDP up to 65 W (the most powerful of all is thei7-9700). The RAM can reach 32 GB, while the storage of 1 TB. The monitor device is a panel to be 31.5″ with IPS technology, 4K resolution and certification the HDR 600. Very thin the three frames top and side, while at the bottom you will find a set of speaker B&O in the configuration 2.1.
The laptop has Wi-Fi connectivity 6 Bluetooth and 5, and provides the following expansion ports:
- 2x USB 3.1 Gen 2 with Thunderbolt 3 Type-C
- 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C
- 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1
- 1x HDMI Out 1x HDMI In
- Headphone Jack
On the HP ENVY 32 we also find a front camera with a physical button to turn off dedicated button to mute the microphone, and fingerprint scanner on the keyboard. The system is already available for purchase in the USA at the electronics retailers best-known; prices start from $ 1600. For Italy we have no precise information.
Intel Core tenth generation, frames even more subtle, and much more. All the details in our dedicated article.
The Advanced Docking station HP Monitor E24d G4 and E27d G4 take advantage of a single cable to the USB Type-C for data and power; can charge laptops (up to 100 W) and smartphones (up to 15 W). Include a privacy webcam which can be switched off manually with support for Windows Hello. There are an HDMI 1.4 port, a DisplayPort 1.2, and 4 USB Type-A. The technology of both panels is IPS, the resolution is FHD 1080p E24D and QHD 1440p to E27D. Will be available from this month in the U.S. at 349, and 479 dollars.