New HP Windows 8 Devices: HP Envy Rove 20, TouchSmart Notebooks and Sleekbook

HP announces new Microsoft Windows 8 machines to bring additional Windows 8 systems into the home and business sector. Six different HP machines of tablet and laptop models bring additional Windows 8 machines to the market.

HP together with Microsoft announced brand new Windows 8 machines in different models this week in different shapes, sizes, and forms to increase the number of Windows 8 machines to shoppers. With the HP models featuring Windows 8, there will be new and exciting ways to discover and enjoy Windows 8 in both the home, the mobile world, the business sector, and the Enterprise.

HP Envy Rove 20

HP Envy Rove 20

With the HP Rove 20, Windows 8 is now available in a portable and sexy All-In-One PC that everyone in the family is able to use all throughout the home. It can be used in the bedroom, living room, and to anything from homework, recipes, spreadsheets, and homework. The hinged stand and 20-inch screen give it one of the best touch screens on the market, and features a 1600 x 900 IPS LED screen along with Beats Audio.

HP Envy 15 & 17 TouchSmart Notebooks

HP brings low cost Windows 8 notebooks featuring HD and touch screens with a low cost entry point to consumers. These laptops have Beats Audio, AMD and INTEL processors, and NVIDIA graphics chips to give them all the needed power they require to power Windows 8 apps, games, and more.

HP Pavillion Touchsmart PC and Touchsmart Sleekbook

HP brings low cost laptops featuring Windows 8 to the school and educational markets with the Touchsmart and Sleekbook models. With 11 and 14 inch touch screens, powerful processors, USB & HDMI ports, and models with up to 1TB of storage, these machines can store all your students music, documents, pictures, media files, and much more.

All of these models should be available in the next month or two, and bring Windows 8 to the consumer at all new price points and new affordable levels. No longer do laptops need to cost thousands of dollars to power Windows 8, and HP and Microsoft have brought machines out with under a $500 retail price to get students ready for the fall semester.
With these machines, customers from the basic to the most advanced will be able to experience the power of Windows 8 and its touchscreen operating system in all new ways.

Published: Friday, May 31st, 2013 Last Modified: October 23, 2013

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