HP Releases Convertible PC that Works as Tablet, Tent, Laptop

Plus, Dell’s 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor features 20-point multi-touch screen that works with fingers and styluses, and InFocus Corp. re-introduces its ScreenPlay projector line with two models.

by / March 2019
HP Spectre Folio convertible PC

Contact Work

The new Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor (C7520QT) lets users write or draw in real time with virtually no lag on the monitor’s 20-point multi-touch InGlass screen using their fingers, palm or styluses — all at the same time. Optimized fonts ensure consistently sharp visuals and vivid colors from virtually anywhere in the room thanks to the wide viewing angle enabled by IPS technology. Whether people are viewing the screen under natural or fluorescent light, they’ll experience consistent onscreen clarity with anti-glare and anti-smudge coating. Buttons at the side of the panel enable users to lower the displayed image to three different height settings. www.dell.com

Unveiling Productivity  

HP has released the Spectre Folio, a convertible PC made with 100 percent real leather. The device contains an 8th-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 (Y-series) processor and its battery lasts up to 19 hours. The computer moves easily from a traditional laptop position to a tent position that neatly tucks away the keyboard for sturdier support on the lap, to a tablet position with a built-in tilt — all made possible by strategically placed magnets and the unique flexibility of leather to act as a natural hinge. Other features include up to 16 GB of memory and up to 2 TB of SSD storage. www.hp.com

Brilliant Display

InFocus Corp. re-introduced the ScreenPlay projector line with two models — the SP2080HD, which provides bright, 4,000-lumen images in full 1920 x 1080 HD resolution, and a high 32,000:1 contrast ratio for sharpness and depth; and the SP1081HD, also in full 1080p resolution, which has 3,800 lumens and 28,500:1 contrast. Users can add either projector to almost any space; InFocus BrilliantColor technology enables the units to project vivid, accurate colors on many surfaces and in virtually any light. Powered by the latest DLP technology, the SP1081HD and SP2080HD can accept content from various sources and can display 3-D content from PCs, Blu-rays, game consoles and more with 144Hz DLP Link 3D glasses (sold separately). www.infocus.com

Miriam Jones Chief Copy Editor

Miriam Jones is chief copy editor of Government Technology, Governing, Public CIO and Emergency Management magazines. She joined e.Republic in 2000 as an editor of Converge magazine.
 

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