HP unveils new Windows 10 Pavilion PC portfolio with productivity in mind

By: Madeleine Dean
3 minute read

HP added three new computers to its Pavilion portfolio promising to deliver amazing design, function, and power. The new Pavilion PCs target two main customer categories: those who want thin and light notebooks because they are always on the go and those who need power and performance. Let us see what these three devices have to offer.

HP Pavilion x360 – Thin just got thinner

HP Pavilion x360


This new laptop is extremely versatile. Its flexible hinge lets you use it in four modes: Stand Mode to watch your favorite movies, Tent Mode to play with photos or apps, Laptop Mode to work (because sometimes, you do have to work), and Tablet Mode to stay connected on the go.

The Pavilion x360 is HP’s thinnest, lightest Pavilion x360 ever. It weighs under 3lbs and at 20mm thin, its 14% thinner than before. This laptop is powered by a 6th generation Intel processor and has an amazing 9-hour battery life. (And if you’re really interested in battery life, we’ve got a selection of great laptops with long battery life.)

HP Pavilion x360 comes in three display variants:

  • 11.6″, available on HP.com on May 15 with a price tag of $379.99.
  • 13.3″, available on HP.com on May 29 with a price tag of  $479.99.
  • 15.6″, available on HP.com on May 25 with a price tag of $579.99.

HP Pavilion Laptops – to energize your imagination

HP Pavilion Laptops

This laptop comes in five colors, allowing you to choose the one that best suits your personality. You can choose between a 15.6-inch model and a 14-inch model. Both models have a sleek design that is both thin and light allowing you to take it anywhere with you.

If you work in dimly lit environments, you can use the optional illuminated keyboard so that you can type comfortably anywhere. Don’t worry about battery life because this laptop stays powered for up to 9 hours. Another advantage is its connectivity: it is packed with ports allowing you to connect various devices.

As far the processor and graphics are concerned, you can upgrade it your way. You can choose the options like full HD3, the processor and memory of your choice, or just better graphics cards.

The 15.6″ diagonal HP Pavilion will be available on HP.com on May 18 with a starting price of $579.99.

HP Pavilion All-in-One – for power and performance

HP Pavilion all-in-one

This Pavilion All-In-One brings style and performance to your home. You can use it to work or play because the whole family will gather around this powerful and stylish device. You don’t have to worry about cables lying around because its ingenious cable management system keeps your space neat.

Both 23.8-inch and the 27-inch display feature Full HD resolution (1920×1080) or Quad HD resolution (2560×1440) for crystal-clear images. The optional touchscreen interface is also available for effortless interaction with your content. The 6th generation Intel Core processor along with 16GB of RAM offer enough power for a variety of tasks like homework, web browsing, photo projects, video streaming your favorite shows, and many more.

The 27-inch diagonal HP Pavilion All-in-One will be available on HP.com on July 3 with a starting price of $999.99.

The 23.8-inch diagonal HP Pavilion All-in-One will land on HP.com  July 10 with a starting price of $699.99.


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