Last week we were lucky enough to catch the 6th HP Connected Music gig as Professor Green played an intimate set at a packed out Under The Bridge, supported by the impressive Sinead Harnett, whilst those who couldn't make it were able to watch an exclusive stream of the show through Professor Green's site.

The HP Connected Music gigs are a series of concerts HP have put together to raise awareness of their technology and how consumers can use it to interact with their music. This was our second show after we caught the Bastille gig in the summer.

Before the gig took place we were able to peruse a number of new laptop and notebook models that HP have recently released and in a couple of cases are only just bringing out! Here's our favourites...

A touch convertible PC that transforms the computing experience with a 360-degree hinge, which options ranging from notebook, tablet, and tent mode by transitioning the device's 360-degree mechanism.

This is a powerful machine with a detachable PC designed to deliver a notebook experience for productivity, but quickly transform to a tablet for entertainment and apps, it is powered by the latest generation Intel Core M processor. It is fabric covered, has a backlit Bluetooth keyboard which provides flexibility, and us music lovers will appreciate the 500GB hybrid hard drive storage along with BeatsAudio.

The HP OMEN notebook PC is a gaming PC that combines performance, portability and style in a package that is designed for gamers. The laptop is powered by the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M and Intel Core i7 Quad Core processor for high performance and stunning graphics. The HP OMEN offers a 39.6cm (15.6-inch), 1080p touch-enabled display – optimized for smooth frame rates and 72% color gamut shows vivid, rich colors.

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