HP points its new ZBook Studio x360 notebook to creatives that might need a portable, convertible device that supports heavy workloads. Similar to what HP did with the ZBook X2 last year, the x360 features consumer style features and specifications similar to those of a workstation PC.
The laptop comes with options for the latest Intel Core i5 and i7 processors (with 6 cores) or even high-performance Xeon chips, Nvidia Quadro P1000 graphics, up to 4TB of local NVMe PCIe storage and up to 32GB of RAM. It has a large 15.6-inch touch screen and 4K, and comes with a Wacom AES pen with 4,000 levels of pressure sensitivity and two customizable buttons. It is also fully convertible, with a 360 degree hinge, so you can fold it for your heart, whether you work outside or in bed. HP says that the battery will last 16 hours and can be charged at 50 percent in just 30 minutes.
The laptop with Windows 10 has two USB 3.0 ports (including one for charging), an HDMI port and 2 USB-C ports with Thunderbolt 3 support. For added security, the x360 also has a fingerprint reader, a camera Optional Windows Hello facial recognition and the option of a privacy screen that you can activate by simply pressing a button.
The new ZBook Studio x360Photo: HP
The HP ZBook Studio x360 is expected to be available starting in May with an initial price of $ 1,499.
In addition to the ZBook Studio x360, HP has also introduced several other new laptops: the HP ZBook Studio, the HP ZBook 17, the HP ZBook 15 and the HP ZBook 15v are expected to be available in May. The HP ZBook Studio will start from $ 1,299, while the HP ZBook 15v will have a starting price of $ 949. In addition, the HP DreamColor Z27x G2 screen will be available in April with a base price of $ 1,999. HP has not yet revealed the prices of the other models.