Mainstream Notebooks and Desktop Buyer's Guide
HP Spectre X360 13t Touch($889.99):Do you need a small but versatile notebook that doubles as a tablet? The Spectre X360 has you covered with its 8th generation Core i5 processor, 256GB SSD, and 13.3" 1080P display. Not everyone wants a large notebook that weighs down their bag and is almost impossible to use in confined spaces such as an airplane.
For those people who might want to work on a presentation and then kick back and watch a movie, the Spectre X360 is perfect. Boasting almost 17 hours of battery life with fast charge, and an extremely thin body, the Spectre x360 13t is truly a jewel in HP's portfolio. Buy Here
HP All-In-One 24 ($629.99): While notebooks are great at saving space and moving around, there is no good substitute for the good old fashioned desktop. However, while desktops typically take up a decent amount of space, HP's All-in-One 24 integrated the PC into the back of its 24" 1080P ISP WLED multi-touch edge-to-edge glass monitor. Perfect as a family computer or the centerpiece of your home, the All-in-One 24 sports an elegant design.
It's not only sleek, stylish, and sophisticated touting a Core i5-8400T hexa-core processor, 8GB DRAM, and two 1TB HDDs. HP's Privacy HD Camera will protect you from malicious actors while allowing you to securely connect with others when needed. The PC is also upgradable with two M.2 slots and one extra memory SO-DIMM slot. Buy Here
HP ENVY Desktop ($549.99):Featuring the latest 8th Generation Core processors and the ability to add in Intel Optane acceleration, this desktop PC is designed to meet all your needs. It is loaded with a fast 6-core Intel processor and can be configured with discrete graphics if gaming is of interest to you. Storage options are available up to a 512GB NVMe SSD and a 3TB HDD. Upgrading the PC in the future can be easily accomplished with three HDD storage slots, a x16 PCI-E slot, a x4 PCI-E slot, two x1 PCI-E slots, and one M.2 slot.
The desktop also offers many USB ports on the front and rear of the machine, as well as a front-facing USB type-C port, SD card slot, and headphone and microphone jacks. Buy Here
HP Envy x360 15t Touch ($619.99): Configured with an i5-8250U, 8GB DDR4, a 15.6" WLED multi-touch enabled edge-to-edge glass display and 1TB HDD the ENVY x360 can be upgraded up to an i7, up to 16GB of DRAM, and a 1TB SSD. Included in the price is a 16GB Intel Optane memory module used to accelerate the 1TB HDD, making it feel more like an SSD. The sleek and practical ENVY x360 15t features multiple USB ports including a type-C port.
As a member of HP's fleet of x360 notebooks, the display is capable of rotating 360 degrees allowing the notebook to operate much like a tablet. The notebook is perfect for those looking for a daily driver to get things done. Buy Here
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