The HP Envy 14 laptop with 16.5 hours of battery life and 11th generation Intel processor along with several monitors, airbags and wireless mouse was introduced at CES 2021.
The company HP some of the latest products and achievements have brought with them to the exhibition CES. But among them, the HP Envy 14 laptop is impressive. HP says the model uses an IPS display with multi-touch support and a 16:10 aspect ratio, which is 11 percent larger than a regular 16: 9 aspect ratio display. This is the first time HP has used a 14-inch display with Delta E <2 color calibration on one of its laptops.
The HP Envy 14 notebook is powered by Intel’s 11th generation processors and can be equipped with up to a separate NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q graphics card. The modern HP laptop supports Wi-Fi 6 technology and can charge for 16.5 hours on a single charge. In addition, there is 16 GB of DDR4-3200 SDRAM RAM and 256 GB of SSD storage.
The new HP laptop has privacy features that include a fingerprint sensor, a physical shutter for the 720p webcam, and a dedicated button to mute the microphone on the laptop keyboard. A tool called AI Noise Removal can remove extra ambient noise when making voice calls or recording audio. The laptop is also equipped with a feature called Enhanced Lighting, which is a light next to the selfie camera with the ability to control through the screen, which helps you to see better in video calls. HP will launch the device in late January with a base price of $ 999.
Airbag HP Elite Wireless Earbuds
Another HP product introduced at this global event is a wireless airbag called the HP Elite Wireless Earbuds. This airbag is designed for easy switching between your devices using an application on Windows 10, iOS and Android. This wireless airbag has features such as noise cancellation adjustment, voice adjustment customization and volume status worship. A USB Type-C charging case also comes with these wireless headphones. HP has not yet announced the price of the device, but says it will enter the market in April.
Wireless mouse HP 635 Multi-Device
The HP 635 Multi-Device Wireless Mouse with Long Battery Life was introduced. You can connect this mouse to one device via a USB dongle and to two other devices thanks to Bluetooth to connect it to a total of 3 devices. This tiny mouse uses four adjustable quick-click buttons on its edges and will be available for $ 60 starting next month.
HP M-Series family monitors
HP has also brought a new generation of M-Series monitors to this global event. Thanks to Eyesafe certification for the health of users’ eyes, these FHD monitors have blue light emission reduction technology and according to the manufacturer, this technology will not affect the color accuracy of the screens. There are very narrow margins around these screens, which are also made of recycled plastic from the ocean. These displays will be available from March for a starting price of $ 139.
HP E24u G4 and HP E27u G4 monitors
But the latest products introduced are a new pair of monitors that can charge your laptop with 65 watts of power via USB Type-C port. The HP E27u G4 and HP E24u G4 monitors support the “Daisy Chain” wiring diagram, in which several devices are connected in series or in a loop. These monitors also have multiple communication ports and with the always-on Eye Ease feature, they prevent pressure on the users’ eyes. You can turn on your monitor and laptop at the same time by pressing the power button on the monitor. These monitors will be available from February. The 24-inch E24u will be priced at $ 219 and the 27-inch e27u will be priced at $ 339.