AI brings the long-forgotten HP OmniBook series back to life: Here are the first images of the upcoming device

HP OmniBook are back and more powerful than ever.

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Have you been missing the HP OmniBook laptops? Well, you should know that the tech giant plans to bring it back after an absence of more than 22 years.HP omnibook

After it was leaked on X (formerly known as Twitter), HP officially announced the new OnniBook laptops which are now powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Elite X processors, effectively making them AI-ready.

The leaker didn’t have any info regarding the specs of the new OmniBook devices, but HP released them today, moments after the Microsoft Event 2024 took place, which saw the Redmond-based tech giant ushering in a new era of AI computing with its new Surface laptops.

The new OmniBook X AI, as well as EliteBook Ultra AI, are part of the new Copilot + PCs, which are the new AI devices envisioned by Microsoft, capable of productivity, performance, and mobility, all at once.

Take a look at the specs below:

HP OmniBook X AIEliteBook Ultra AI
CPUSnapdragon X EliteSnapdragon X Elite

14 inch;
MemoryUp to 32GB LDPDDR 5Up to 16GB LDPDDR 5
StorageUp to 2TB
GPUSnapdragon X Elite AdrenoSnapdragon X Elite Adreno
ConnectionsWi-Fi 7;
Bluetooth 5.4
Wi-Fi 7;
Bluetooth 5.4
Peripherals2x USB Type-C®
1x Headphone/microphone combo
1x USB Type-A
1x USB Type-C®
1x USB Type-C®
1x USB Type-A
1x stereo headphone/microphone combo jack
Operating systemWindows 11 HomeWindows 11 Home
PriceStarting at $1,199.99.Starting at $1,699.99.
Release date June 18th June 18th

Both laptops can now be pre-ordered: the HP OmniBook X AI can be pre-ordered from here, and the EliteBook Ultra AI can be pre-ordered from here.

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