HP has been on a roll unveiling several new products today. We previously mentioned a pair of new Android-powered tablets and the Spectre 13 ultrabook. Two more products that HP has unveiled include the Pavilion 11 X2 2-in-1 and the 10-inch HD Omni 10 tablet.
Both of those devices used Intel Bay Trail processors. The Omni 10 is a tablet designed to handle everyday tasks and play games. The screen is a 10-inch unit with a resolution of 1920 x 1200. The tablet runs Windows 8.1 and uses an Intel Atom Z3000-series CPU paired with 2 GB of RAM. The tablet promises nine hours of use on a single charge.
Pricing for the tablet is unannounced at this time, but HP expects it to launch in November. The next product is the HP Pavilion 11 X2. It features an 11.6-inch screen and a Bay Trail processor. The little machine comes in white, red, and black. It features 4 GB of RAM and a 64 GB SSD.
The Pavilion 11 X2 does run Windows 8. The Pavilion 11 X2 will launch on November 17 for $599.99. That's all information HP is offering on these machines for now. HP will offer more details closer to launch.