HP says it is Windows 11 ready. HP said on Friday that its existing Windows-based PC lineup will be upgradeable to Windows 11 when it becomes available later this year.
With Windows 11, creators will benefit from a simple, powerful user interface that boosts productivity and concentration. As well as a new pen menu that can be customiz\e for quick access to creative applications.
“The PC is critical because it enables people to create, consume. And interact in unique and genuine ways,” said Mike Nash, Chief Technologist. And the worldwide head of Customer Experience and Portfolio Strategy, Personal Systems at HP Inc.
“Our mission is to provide ground-breaking PC experiences to people regardless of where they work, play, or study. We’re excited about Windows 11 because it helps usher in that promise.” Nash persisted.
HP’s presently selling Windows-PC-based portfolio will include enhancements to Microsoft’s previously announced Windows 11 capabilities.
This covers the HP Spectre, HP ENVY, and HP Pavilion portfolios, which are presently shipping, as well as the HP Spectre x360 14, the HP ENVY x360 15, and the HP Pavilion All-in-One.
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These devices are optimized for the workflow of creators. With customized creative experiences ranging from factory color calibration on the displays. To performance optimization in HP Command Center and creative situations to improve your presentation in HP Display Control.
“HP’s cooperation and input throughout the Windows 11 design process were very beneficial,” said Nicole Dezen. Microsoft’s Vice President of Device Partner Sales.
“We look forward to HP introducing their new devices, which will illuminate Windows 11 capabilities. And provide novel experiences to our joint customers worldwide,” Dezen said.