Danish Kapoor
Danish Kapoor

HP simplifies its laptop lineup and turns to AI PCs

HP is simplifying its product line to reduce the abundance of options users face in the laptop market. Replacing older models such as Envy, Pavilion and Dragonfly are the consumer-focused OmniBook and enterprise-focused EliteBook and ProBook series. This new strategy aims to respond to users' needs faster and easier.

While HP simplifies its laptop series, it is also switching to artificial intelligence-supported PCs. The newly introduced HP OmniBook X AI and HP EliteBook Ultra AI models are equipped with Snapdragon X Elite processors. These models have the neural processing units (NPU) required for high-performance artificial intelligence operations.

HP OmniBook and EliteBook models

New HP laptop models attract attention with their thin and light designs. OmniBook X AI and EliteBook Ultra AI have a thickness of 0.55 inches and 0.57 inches respectively. Both models come with 14-inch 2240 x 1400 touchscreens and are equipped with at least 16GB of RAM.

HP's artificial intelligence-supported PCs have many features that will make users' lives easier in the future. These computers offer video conferencing features such as artificial intelligence-supported performance optimization, automatic framing and blurred background. Additionally, privacy is ensured with built-in webcam covers.

HP's new artificial intelligence-supported laptops have impressive features in terms of performance. HP claims these models are 17 percent faster than a similarly specced MacBook Pro. Battery life is quite assertive, with approximately 22 hours of Netflix playback and 20 days of standby time.

HP's new strategy focuses on improving user experience. OmniBook and EliteBook series aim to offer solutions that better suit the needs of users. HP announced that these new models will be released on June 18 and their starting prices will be $1,199.99 and $1,699.99 respectively.

HP's artificial intelligence-supported PCs will bring many innovations in the future. These models offer significant advantages for users who rely on AI workflows. It will provide great benefits, especially in areas such as translation and accessibility.

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