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HP is rolling out its latest flagship laptop with a slick touchpad and an impressive array of connectivity options to match Apple’s iPad Pro.

The new HP Spectre x360 features a 16-inch, 1080p display, a 2,560 x 1,440 pixel screen, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS touchscreen, a 13.3MP rear camera with OIS, a 1.7MP front camera, and a 2MP front selfie camera.

You get all of these with the $1,299 HP Spectre 11, which is the company’s latest offering, which debuted at CES last week.

The Spectre x370, which has a smaller 1080p screen and the same processor, is the new top-of-the-line laptop.

The HP Spectre line includes the Spectre x350, which was launched earlier this year, and the Spectre 13, which launched last week, and includes a variety of high-end options that can all be found with an Intel Core i5 processor, a 12-core i7 processor, 8GB of memory, a 256GB SSD, or up to 128GB of flash storage.

The company’s new HP Stream 13, introduced earlier this month, also includes a 1080p touch screen, 32-GB of internal storage, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and an optional 1TB hard drive for $2,399.HP says it’s also releasing its newest version of its HP Stream line of laptop, the HP Stream 15, which will launch on July 10 for $1.99.

HP says the Stream 15 will have an IPS screen and an 8.1-inch screen, with both of those options available for an additional $300.

The new HP HP Stream 16 will have a 1080 p touch screen and a 13-inch display, as well as a 1360 x 768 display for an extra $450.

The HP Stream 17 will also have an 8-inch touchscreen, but it will be priced lower at $1 to $2 per month.HP has also introduced two new HP laptops, the Stream 13 and Stream 17, with more storage options than the older HP Stream.

The Stream 13 is available with 128GB and 256GB of hard drive storage, as a 256 GB version is priced at $399.

HP also offers a 256Gb version for $499, and it’s the Stream 17 that comes with a 128GB hard drive as an option for $799.

The two new notebooks are both $599.

The stream 15 comes with the latest Intel Core processor, and HP says it supports the latest DDR4 memory.

HP has also announced the HP Spectre 14 for $599, and you can buy the HP 13 with a 256G hard drive, which offers a 12.9-inch IPS display for $899.

The two new laptops are both available with 16GB and 64GB of SSD storage, but you can also buy the Stream 14 with 128Gb SSD storage for $999.

The stream 15, with 128gb SSD storage is $999, and while the stream 17 has 32GB SSD storage you can still buy a 128Gb HDDs version for just $1 more.

The Spectre x700 is a smaller, 10-inch laptop that’s available for $949.

It comes with Intel Core M processors, up to 64GB RAM, and Intel HD Graphics 620 for a $799 price tag.

The latest HP Stream laptop also supports the new 4K UHD video standard, which supports resolutions up to 3840 x 2160.HP’s new Spectre line of laptops also include the HP 11, HP 14, and 13 with 128, 256, 512GB, and 1TB storage options.

The notebook is also available with Intel HD graphics.

The 13 comes with up to 256GB hard drives, while the 15 is available for 256GB with an optional SSD.

The most recent HP Spectre laptop is the HP Cloud 13 with up in 1TB of SSD space.

It’s available starting at $899 with 128 and 512GB harddrive storage options and an option of an SSD for $699.

The newest HP Stream 14 will be available with up 4K, 12.7-inch HD displays and will cost $899, while it comes with 128G of SSDs and 256G of storage options for $449.

The 15 will come with 128 or 256GB flash storage for an added $299.

The Cloud 13 comes in both 128GB, 256GB, 512G, and 6TB hard drives with up 128GB or 256gb hard drive options.

The Cloud 13 and 14 will also be available for up to 8GB, 64GB, 128GB.

The 14 is available in either 128GB for an optional $249 SSD, while 8GB and 32GB flash memory will also cost $299, while 512GB is $549, while 64GB is the same price as 128GB