HP laptops have always been a good bet for those looking for a cheaper alternative to the big names in the tech world.
The company’s newest offering is a $499 laptop with a 13-inch screen and a base price of $1,499.
The 16GB model is a bit more affordable with a price tag of $749.
Amazon is bringing the laptop to the US this week, but it’s not expected to ship until 2019.
The HP 13-Inch Book 15 is the first laptop to use the new HP Inkjet Display, which makes it a little more affordable than its bigger siblings.
It’s also one of the first laptops to use a full HD display, which is great for anyone who’s used a higher-resolution screen on a laptop before.
The 14-inch laptop, the 15-inch HP Book 15, is still an option.
It starts at $1.9 million, and comes with a 16GB of storage.
If you want a smaller machine that can handle the higher resolution, you can get the 13- or 15-in.
models for $1 million or less.
If that’s too much for you, the 17-inch version for $3,199 will be available starting in 2019.
We’re looking at a 13.3-inch model with a 1080p screen and 8GB of RAM.
This is a pretty large screen, and that’s probably the best option for most users.
It comes with Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050, which will be a nice upgrade from the GeForce GTX 1080 Ti that’s the standard.
The 15- or 17-in models have 2GB or 4GB of memory, respectively, and can also be upgraded with Nvidia’s latest Maxwell GPU.
The 15- and 17-incher will be getting a touchscreen as well, and will come with the TouchWiz UX 3.0.
The touchscreen is still pretty thin and light, though, so it won’t be as good as a fingerprint scanner or a stylus, but that’s an option for those who prefer that option over a pen.
It has a 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, so the display is great and you can use it with the optional stand, too.
The touchpad is the only thing that will be missing from the laptop, though.
There’s a new button that sits on the top of the laptop.
The 17-Inche is a little thinner, but has a bigger display and more RAM.
The TouchWise UX 3, meanwhile, is a touchpad that works in portrait mode.
It is also the only laptop with an HDMI port.
The 13- and 15-inchers are all thinner, lighter, and faster than the touchpad, and we’ll be looking at the 15 inch model first.
The 13-in HP Book 10 is another good option if you want something a little bigger than the HP Book 17.
It will be starting at $2,699 and will include a 16 GB SSD, which can be upgraded to 8GB.
The display is a 5,400 x 2,200 resolution, and the RAM is the same as the 13.1-inch models.
The keyboard is a fingerprint sensor.
The 17- and 19-inch options will have more storage options.
The 18-inch Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is another option that will offer a 5.1 surround sound speaker, although it won “only” offer 3D sound, not the traditional audio from the 13 inch model.
This option will also only be available in the US, so if you can’t wait until 2019 to get a laptop that supports Dolby Vision or 3D, this is a good option to get.
The laptop also has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB-C port.
This 13.5-inch ThinkPad will be one of two laptops to get the HP Ink-Pen, which uses the same technology as the Dell XPS 13, but can write to a much higher resolution.
It can output up to 2048 x 1536 pixels and is designed to work with the MacBook Pro 13.7-inch.
The 14- and 16-inch versions will also come with a TouchWite UX 3-plus stylus.