08-01-2018 My Mobile
HP Z 3D Camera
Expanding its range of workstation products HP has launched its new 3D capture camera, known as the Z 3D camera, which will be equally helpful in HP's Sprout 3D workstation.
The HP's Sprout 3D workstation is one of the important turnkey solution for some people and is equipped with dual touch surfaces and other benefits for keen content creation. For its 3D capture feature people required to purchase an entirely different system. Hence, HP has included the 3D capture hardware into a single camera that can capture 3D objects by mounting the camera on a monitor to click overhead shots or videos of your workstation.
The HP Spectre 15 X360 (2018)
HP has launched the new version Spectre 15 X360 (2018) laptop in the electronics show. The company has announced to unleash this device after Intel launched its new 8th gen processors with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics.
This is the third variant of Spectre laptop with the first one being launched at the CES 2016. This 4K model products offers enhanced performance, a top-notch GPU and touchscreen as 3D applications are used in the product. It will be backed by the Intel’s latest 8th Generation Core with Radeon RX Vega M, or a Kaby Lake-R (i7-8850U) and an NVIDIA GeForce MX 150 for superior graphics. In additions, the company claims that the device will offer 13.5 hours of battery backup. The 4K 15.6-inch UHD IPS touchscreen of the device is furnished with Gorilla Glass 4 for protection.
The laptop carries a price tag of $1369.99 and will ship from March 18th.
HP’s new Intel powered Envy x2 hybrid laptop
HP has again decided to launch a new version of Envy x2 hybrid laptop, which will be powered by Intel 7th-generation Core processor coupled with optional LTE connectivity, while its sibling is backed by the Snapdragon mobile chipset.
This new variant is meant for those who are still doubtful of a laptop being powered by Snapdragon mobile chipset. It is also speculated that this device is going to throw a tough competition to Microsoft’s devices.
Both the devices features 12.3-inch 1080p screens and look much similar to surface clones. The major differentiating aspect between the two is how their keyboard cases connect their screens. This new Intel-powered model is depending on an origami-like fold to support the display portion, while the predecessor has an cutting-edge kickstand.
The Intel Envy x2 is also slightly heavier, weighing in at 1.65 pounds, while the mobile chipset powered one weighs 1.54 pounds. The latest one also appears with a unique digital pen and assures 15 hours of battery backup.