You’ve probably heard of Everlast.
It’s the new laptop from the makers of the HP Chromebook, and it’s been out since 2012.
Now it’s the third generation of its $1,000, 2,400-watt model, and HP’s also announcing a $1.99-$2.49 upgrade that will get you a 1TB HDD.
And you can get the notebook for $99.95 with an 11-inch display, a Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, and an 8,000mAh battery.
It has an optional 8GB SSD.
We asked HP for the company’s price.
HP says that it’ll ship the new $1k and $2k laptops next year, with the new models hitting stores in September.
HP’s still selling the $1-1,199 model with an 8-inch, 13-megapixel, 2K display, which is still a good price, especially if you’re willing to pay $600 or more for an upgrade.
The $2-2,199 version will have an even better camera and a faster processor.
That’s a little more expensive, but it also has a better camera.
And the $3-3,999 model with a 12-megapixels 2K screen will have the best battery life of any laptop we’ve tested, with a 3,200mAh battery, a 2,200w charger, and 4GB RAM.
HP claims that its newest models have a better battery life than its previous models, with both the $2 and $3 models having significantly better battery lives than the $99 and $199 models we tested.
We’ll have more to say about these models and the rest of HP’s new notebook lineup when they’re available in September, but for now, let’s dive into what we know about the new laptops and what they mean for you.