HP is launching a new line for tablets in the US in the coming year, the company announced today.
The new line, dubbed HP TouchPad, is aimed at “the growing market of mobile devices and the emerging use of tablets” and will include devices that run Google’s Android platform and the iPad Mini.
The HP Touchpad will come in three configurations: tablet-sized, tablet-laptop and laptop-sized.
The new HP TouchPort, which connects to a standard USB Type-C port, will also be available.
The tablet-size version will cost $199.99, while the tablet-and-laptops version will be $299.99.
The laptops are $399.99 and $499.99 respectively.
The $399 TouchPad and $599 TouchPad will ship in January.
The $399 touchPad will come with an Intel Core i5 processor and 32GB of storage.
It’ll have a 12.3-inch screen, a 13.3mm thickness and weighs 4.8 ounces.
The touchPad has a touchscreen that can be used for navigation, music and media playback.
The touchPad is also powered by an NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor, but it will not run Android apps.
It also won’t run the Apple TV, which is currently available only in a version that uses an external processor.
HP is planning to sell the HP TouchPro 3 tablet, which has a 5.7-inch display.
The company says the TouchPad can be configured with up to three displays at a time, and that it will be able to support up to four monitors at once.
HP says that it plans to launch a larger version of the tablet that can support four monitors.
The TouchPad also comes with a 2.5GHz quad-core processor, an NVIDIA Tesla XK8100 GPU and 512GB of onboard storage.
HP also claims that the Touchpad has an HDMI output, a microSD card slot and a headphone jack.
The touchscreen-only model will be priced at $499 for the 8GB and 32MB of RAM and 128GB of on-board storage, respectively.
HP has not announced pricing for the 3GB and 4GB versions of the TouchPort.
The company also hasn’t announced pricing of the iPad Pro or iPad mini.
The smaller tablet-only version will come for $299 for 8GB, 32MB and 512MB of memory, respectively, and will have a 3.8-inch 4K screen.
HP hasn’t confirmed pricing for either.
The bigger tablet- and laptop versions will come later, HP said.
The tablet-mini version will ship with an 8GB memory and 256GB of RAM, and the touchPad mini will ship for $399 with 64MB of storage and 128MB of onboard storage.
The TouchPad mini is expected to ship in March.