This weekend chock full of performances from Coachella. Coachella is slated as one of the biggest music festivals every year and its so big it takes up two 3-day weekends in a row. Now what does Coachella and HP have to do with each other? HP thought it would be the best timing to show off inking technologies on their Pavilion x360s. Slated to coincide with Microsoft’s newest Creator’s Update, HP is giving musicgoers the opportunity to create some inspiring pieces of art. All listed below will take place in their interactive dome called “The Antarctic”.
- Bandana Inking: Create a bespoke bandana on HP Pavilion x360 convertible laptops announced at Coachella, for Coachella. The Pavilion x360s will be using Dial Inking technology and HP graphics printers so you can walk away with your custom creation and prepare for the annual Indio dust.
- Kinetic Art: Step into a 360-degree blackout photo booth that captures a sharable 120-degree photo with your very own custom light design created by you on HP Spectre x360s and HP EliteBook x360s.
- Light Ink: Design your very own real life, life size kaleidoscope in real-time with the HP Inking Laser Show, created on HP’s Spectre x360 laptop and the latest HP Pavilion x360s.
- VA Virtual Reality: Combine art, music and dance into a real-time generated, creative virtual reality experience. Guests will be able to manipulate the existing dome content time into their very own unique creation on OMEN X desktops.
As far as new devices are concerned HP is coming out with new models in two of their laptops of x360 and their long running Pavilion format.
Their convertible x360 laptops will come in three sizes of 11.6″, 14″ and 15.6″. They will be housed with dual speakers that have been tuned by B&O Play and have HP Boost. Other features include USB Type-C, HD IPS Displays, and a Wide Angle Lens IR Camera for using features such as Windows Hello for instant PC login. HP also includes a stylus.
For more details about x360 check here.
If you don’t need the slimmest PC and want everything you can get out of it the newest Pavilions have you covered. They are outfitted with everything from USB 2.0 to 3.0, HDMI, Ethernet Port, Card Reader, Dual Speakers, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. You can get them customized with IR Cameras, AMD or NVIDIA graphics cards, Up to 1TB storage and the list goes on. Also don’t forget the palette of colors available as well.
For more details about the 2017 Pavilions check here.