Pavilion X2, HP’s first laptop with USB-C

HP unveiled a new version of its Pavilion x2 today that features the new USB Type-C. HP is not using the port in the same way that Apple is with its MacBook,  the Pavilion x2 features plenty of other ports, including USB 2.0 so you can easily use any accessories you would like.

HP is part of the group of companies that designed and  developed the USB-C standard, so it comes as no surprise on the new Pavilion x2. Considering that the first devices with USB-C were only unveiled three months ago, this is a pretty fast adoption . That means USB-C will start to appear on more devices in the near future.

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The new Pavilion x2  features a 10.1-inch touchscreen display, 32GB of storage, and a quad-core Intel Atom processor. It is considered to be a low-end product, but it  looks relatively nice for a $299.99 hybrid device. The Pavilion x2 will go on sale July 21st.

HP also announced three Envy laptops today: a 14-inch model, a 15.6-inch model, and  17.3-inch model. There is nothing special about them, but they are meant to fill out HP’s back-to-school line. Prices start at $699.99, and they will start appearing at stores by next month.

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