HP’s Surface Pro competitor, the Elite X2, also makes a return. This time, it has a a quad-core 8th gen Intel CPU, optional LTE and 39 percent thinner bezels. You can detach the 13-inch screen from the keyboard to use it as a tablet, as you’d expect. It doesn’t really change up the detachable formula, but it looks like a solid option if you’re into HP’s aesthetic. You can also add the Sure View tech, which makes it an ideal airplane workhorse.
The EliteBook 1050 will be available this month starting at $1,899, while the EliteBook x360 and x2 are coming in June for $1,449 and $1,499, respectively.
HP hasn’t forgotten about all-in-ones and desktops, either. The new Envy AiO 27 and Envy Curved AiO 34 both sport a new design, which makes the monitors look like they’re almost floating in the air. They also feature built-in Amazon Alexa support and NVIDIA GTX 1050 graphics, as well as larger speakers and wireless phone charging integrated into their bases. The EliteOne 1000 AiO, meanwhile, is meant for collaboration and video conferencing. You can choose from 23.8-inch to 34-inch ultrawide screens, and either integrated graphics or AMD’s Radeon RX 560. And for the old school types, there’s a new Envy Desktop sporting a stylish minimalist look, 8th gen Core CPUs and up to GeForce GTX 1050 graphics.