HP may be doubling down on the enterprise side of the tech world with rigs like the ZBook 14, but it also looks more than prepared for consumers as well. The company recently revealed a whopping 10 devices, five of which sporting Windows 8.1 in several varieties from full-blown laptops to hybrids and traditional slates. Also on display were updates to HP’s new Slate line of tablets, including two packing Nvidia Tegra 4 chips. Finally, HP showed off one of the first Intel Haswell-powered Chromebooks ever. And we went hands-on with them all — catch up with what HP has in store for fall below.
This Windows 8.1 Ultrabook, available on Oct. 16 for $999, sports a 13-inch, 1366 x 768-pixel display to start. On the top end that goes up to a 2560 x 1140 VIVID QHD panel. But the key defining feature of this notebook is its newbie-friendly, super wide clickpad with textured edges to help users make the most of Windows 8 touchpad gestures.