CNET First Look
HP adds new premium Spectre and Envy PCs to its lineupThese new hybrids and laptops fill out HP's premium computer lines.
[MUSIC] HP has all sorts of new premium laptops and hybrids just in time for the holiday season. One is the HP Spectre x360. This is a model they've had before. It's got a 13-inch screen that folds all the way back to form a tablet, or you could prop it up like a kiosk or a table [UNKNOWN] It's got a 13-inch display that goes better than HD. If you want to pay for that upgrade, and of course it has the 6th Generation of Intel Core i5 and i7 processes the latest from Intel there. If you're looking for something a little more experimental, there's the HP Spectre x2. This is a hybrid that's more tablet than laptop. In fact it feels a little bit like Microsoft Surface That it has a stainless steel kickstand that comes out of the back and props up the tablet half, and then you can attach, if you want, a magnetic keyboard cover. Unlike the service cover this feels a little thicker, a little heavier, a little bit more like a traditional laptop keyboard. Whereas the Surface cover feels more like a cover with a keyboard built into it. Now this system has got a 12 inch display, and it's gonna have Intel Core M processors, which are not as powerful but are low power systems, so you can put them in thinner, lighter A more premium feeling product. And if you want something that's a little more traditional, well, there's always the HP Envy notebook. HP's had this line for a while as well. The latest version is all metal, no plastic there. It's got a 13-inch display. And current generation Intel Core i3, i5, i7 processors, it's a very minimalist look, but kind of sophisticated and exactly what you should check out if you're looking to get an alternative to some of those popular Macbook laptops. I'm Dan Ackerman and that is HP's premium laptop lineup.