School is coming back in a couple of months, so HP is unwrapping a slew of new PCs today for students. The HP Envy X360 turns into a tablet, a notebook, and a stand. HP says that the Envy X360 will be ideal for those looking for a work and play high-performance PC.
It features an Intel Core processor, a 15.6-inch Full HD 10-point touch screen display, an HP Control Zone trackpad, up to 1TB of additional storage capacity, and BeatsAudio speakers. It will retail for $679.99.
On the other hand, the HP Pavilion x360 is smaller and cheaper, sporting a 13.3-inch diagonal touchscreen display and a $599.99 price tag. It's also convertible and powered by an Intel Core processor.
There's also an AMD-powered version of the Pavilion x360 which costs $629.99. If you want a smaller one, there's an 11.6-inch model that starts at $399.99. The HP Envy X360 will be available on June 11 while the Pavilion x360 PCs are coming in July.
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