In addition to the Spectre x2, HP is also refreshing two laptops today. That includes the Spectre x360, a 13.3-inch laptop with a hinge that lets its display flip around so that it can be used like a tablet. The x360’s main change is an update to Skylake processors, but the best update is that it now adopts a very similar style to this black and copper laptop that HP introduced in July. It looks good. It’ll be available the same day starting at $1,299.99.
HP is also refreshing the Envy Notebook, which is a just a standard 13-inch laptop — no touchscreen or strange flipping action. It’s getting an update to Skylake processors, a slightly slimmer build, and a redesigned keyboard. It mostly looks the same. It’s main advantage on the x360 is price: the Envy Notebook starts at $899.99, while the x360 starts at $1299.99. Its sales begin October 18th.