HP Inc has unveiled a new Pavilion PC portfolio in a bold color palette featuring new convertibles and notebooks with sleek designs and more power ideal for students, millennials and families.
The new portfolio lets customers reflect their sense of style and delivers the power they need to be productive and entertained at a price that delivers value.
Highlights of the range include:
* HP Pavilion x360: Offered in five colours with a stylish new digital thread design on the keyboard deck, a 15.6-inch (39.6cm) diagonal model joins the 11.6-inch (29.4cm) and 13.3-inch (33.7cm) diagonal platforms with a geared hinge inspired by the HP Spectre x360 to transition into four modes.
* HP Pavilion: Features discrete graphics, five new colours1, the iconic digital thread design and Intel RealSense Camera option for improved security with facial authentication with Windows Hello.
“Some customers want thin and light PCs for on-the-go while other customers want power and performance to create and store,” says Louis Perrin, director: consumer products, Personal Systems EMEA at HP Inc. “HP’s redesigned Pavilion PCs offer affordability and a variety of options for customers to get the functionality they need in a PC packed with style and personality.”
The new HP Pavilion PCs feature updated designs with more colour options. Audio custom tuned by experts at B&O PLAY and vibrant displays, including Full HD IPS options, provide an immersive computing experience. The new line-up also features the latest Intel or AMD processors and graphics.
To meet customers’ increased desire for more mobile solutions, the HP Pavilion convertible and notebook PCs are thinner and lighter than the previous generation. They feature Prismatic Lithium ion battery cells to maintain long battery life and offer HP Fast Charge, which can charge the PC up to 90% in 90 minutes even when powered off.
HP has redesigned the HP Pavilion x360 to be sleek with audio custom tuned by experts at B&O PLAY for on-the-go entertainment. HP added a new 15.6-inch (39.6cm) diagonal model to the 11.6-inch (29.4cm) and 13.3-inch (33.7cm) diagonal HP Pavilion x360s which are 125 to 14% thinner with lighter designs compared to the previous generations with starting weights at 2.93lbs (1.33kg) and 3.48lbs (1.58kg) and profiles at 19.3mm and 19.8mm thin respectively. HP’s new 15.6-inch diagonal HP Pavilion x360’s starting weight is 5.07lbs (2.3kg) and is 23.9mm thin. This year’s models feature a new digital thread pattern on the keyboard deck in a pearl colouring for added depth and style which now spans across the Pavilion convertible and notebook portfolios.
The Pavilion x360s are available in an assortment of colours including Natural Silver, Modern Gold, Dragonfly Blue, Cardinal Red and Sport Purple.
The new portfolio of Pavilion notebooks include 14-inch (35.5cm) and 15.6-inch (39.6cm) diagonal Pavilion notebooks that are 11% to 22% thinner and lighter with a smaller footprint compared to the previous generation. The starting weight is 3.3lbs (1.49kg) and 4.26lbs6 (1.93kg) with thin profiles at 19.5mm and 22.5mm, for the 14-inch and 15.6-inch versions respectively. For creating and consuming media, HP is also offering more power and performance in 15.6-inch (39.6cm) and 17.3-inch (43.9cm) diagonal Pavilion models with starting weights at 4.62lbs (2.09kg) and 6.28lbs (2.84kg) and 24.5mm and 29.9mm thin profiles, respectively. The new designs are offered in a variety of colour options including Natural Silver, Modern Gold, Blizzard White, Onyx Black, Cardinal Red, Dragonfly Blue and Sport Purple with the new threaded design element on the keyboard and speakers.
To further the desktop experience, HP is offering a new Pavilion 32-inch (81.2cm) Quad HD display with wide-viewing angles and 100% sRGB colour space that delivers true-to-life colour. Customers will also be able to conveniently connect to their devices with dual HDMI, DisplayPortT and a USB hub. The HP Pavilion 32 also comes with AMD FreeSync technology14, reducing image tears and stutters, smoothing choppy gameplay, and reducing mouse lag for an immersive gaming experience.