HP announced several new products at CES 2023 today, with a focus on hybrid workplaces and lifestyles as we evolve into a more advanced digital world. Employees, players and homeowners are at the center of HP’s new lineup for 2023.
HP is focusing on gaming and hybrid devices for ease of collaboration and sustainability
This year, notebook computers, displays and all-in-one computers (AIOs) are upgraded to deliver more connectivity and sustainability through digital workplace and environmental essentials in HP’s latest designs.
Hybrid brings more flexibility and freedom in our personal lives, but brings its own set of challenges for people to remain productive and connected to others. HP eliminates hybrid headaches by delivering powerful, best-in-class ecosystem experiences and industry-leading innovations—including the new HP Dragonfly Pro suite for freelancers, the Poly Voyager Free 60 Series wireless earphones for exceptional audio experiences, and HP E-Displays. -Series takes your productivity to the next level – while ensuring we continue to develop the world’s most sustainable family of PCs.
Alex Chu, President, Personal Systems, HP Inc.
The new HP Dragonfly Pro and Dragonfly Pro Chromebook allow users to access premium features on the go. The Dragonfly Pro Chromebook offers a 14-inch display, the world’s first 8MP webcam, and the world’s brightest (by Chromebook standards) touchscreen. Intel Evo powers the internals to help “perform, connect and charge” and connects easily to smart devices and phones. The HP Dragonfly Pro enables 24/7 Concierge Support using one of four switches in the system. Both Dragonfly Pro systems are EPEAT registered, made with recycled plastics and metals, and packaged using recyclable materials.
The HP Dragonfly G4, EliteBook 1040 G10, and Elite x360 1040 G10 include multi-camera experiences, intelligent face tracking, HP Keystone Correction, and HP Be Right Back to allow for better collaboration and privacy without taking away from presentations or video conferencing. Intelligent power modes in new systems will enable the computer to learn from usage and thermal performance to reduce power or limit resources when needed. The HP Dragonfly and Elite 1000 Series PCs are made from 90% recycled magnesium for the cases, 5% perimeter-bonded plastic for the speaker casing, and unique bio-circulating contents, such as used cooking oil, help reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
The HP E-Series G5 Monitors come in sizes from 21.5 to 44.5 inches and produce 4K resolution on select models. The new lineup of monitors also offers curved screen sizes, ultrawide and 99% sRGB color. The HP E45c G5 Monitor is the world’s first 45-inch Full HD curved monitor. The HP M24h and M27h FHD Monitors provide improved ergonomics for better viewing angles and reduced neck and eye strain. The company is also the first to include a convenience setting guide for users.
HP’s 24- and 27-inch AIO PCs help reduce desk space while keeping the environment in mind in their design. HP’s new 14- and 15.6-inch laptops offer the latest Intel or AMD processors. At the same time, the HP 14-inch Laptop Eco Edition reduces the amount of “post-consumer recycled plastic” used in the design and manufacture of the computer system.
The HP Omen 17 Laptop and Omen 40L and 45L desktop PCs are integrated with an updated Omen Gaming Hub that uses the NVIDIA GeForce NOW platform – a first for Windows PCs. The Omen 17 laptop is powered by the Intel Core i9-13900HX CPU (13th Gen processor) and is paired with the latest NVIDIA graphics card. The system stays cool, thanks to the company’s Omen Tempest Cooling technology. HP has also integrated optical and mechanical switches on the keyboard, which act up to 25% faster than standard keyboards. The Omen desktops are powered by a 13th Gen Intel Core i9-13900K CPU and equipped with NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 4090. The HP Omen 45L increases its cooling technology by introducing the Omen Cryo Chamber, allowing an AIO liquid cooler to be placed in an area separate on top of the case. The Omen 25L desktop also receives new Raptor Lake processors from Intel.
For a list of availability and pricing of the latest HP range for 2023, we have provided the list below:
- The Dragonfly Pro (Standard and Chromebook Editions) and Dragonfly G4 are available this spring at HP.com. Pricing has not yet been revealed.
- The EliteBook 1040 G10 and Elite x360 1040 G10 are expected to be available this spring. Pricing is currently unknown.
- The E-Series G5 monitors will be available in January, starting at $219.
- The M-Series monitors are expected to start this spring at a price of $209.
- The 14- and 15.6-inch laptops with AMD processors are expected to be available later this month, starting at $419.99 and $499.99 at HP.com. Intel versions are expected to be available later this spring. Pricing will be available close to availability.
- 14-inch Laptop Eco Edition expected this summer at HP.com. The company has not revealed pricing yet.
- 24- and 27-inch AIO PCs are expected this spring at HP.com. Pricing is currently unknown.
- The OMEN 25L, 40L, and 45L desktop computers are expected to debut this winter, 2023. Pricing has not been disclosed.
- The OMEN 17 Laptop is expected to debut later this month, starting at $1,699.99 on HP.com.
Prices, dates and specifications are subject to change. For updated information on the latest HP products, visit hp.com.
News source: HP Newsroom