Hewlett-Packard (HP) generated a kind of excitement in tech world by introducing its new generation of premium computers with amazing features like a new tablet-laptop convertible, an innovate all-in-one model with 4k display.

Principal analyst at Moor Insights and Strategy, Patrick Moorhead said regarding HP’s debut in flashy new computers that, the company has absolutely raised their bar in the ways of design, performance and quality.

He also added that the new machines from the tech company majorly target the premium end of the PC market.

The new HP premium computers target the consumers who care not about price but look a lot about the products design and performance.

Coming to the features of new HP computers its convertible tablet-laptop system, Spectre x360 is two millimeters thinner than its earlier model and weighs less than three pounds.

The system has a 13.3 inch FHD IPS display and configured with four speakers. It offers either an i5 or an i7 Intel Core processor. The major highlight of the model is that it supports user login via facial recognition and runs up to 15 hours on battery backup.

Another model from the company, Envy offers 14 hours of battery backup which is quite more than its predecessor and has some cons in its physical aspects such as 14mm thick and weighs 3.15 pounds.

By releasing the new models HP and others are trying to create some momentum in the current market by introducing new premium products.