HP has announced a slew of new laptops recently, all of which come with bold colors and budget pricing. HP is well known for pricing their laptops right and these new additions are no different from what we have seen so far. The company is preparing itself for both the summer and the back to school seasons, so it makes sense it would come up with new laptops under the budget friendly Pavilion brand.
The new hardware focuses on the HP Pavilion Thin & Light series and as the name suggests, these laptops are quite easy to carry around. Usually, though, while these laptops feature decent enough hardware specifications, they are paired with questionable build quality.
These devices will come in five new colors in 14 or 15.6 screen sizes. Here are all the highlights:
- HP Pavilion x360: Offered in five colors with a stylish new digital thread design on the keyboard deck. A 15.6” model joins the 11.6” and 13.3” platforms with a geared hinge inspired by the HP Spectre x360 to transition into four modes.
- HP Pavilion: Features discrete graphics, five new colors, the iconic digital thread design, and a Intel® RealSenseTM Camera2 option for improved security with facial authentication with Windows Hello3.
- HP Pavilion All-in-Ones: A powerful model that features a new micro edge display option on the 23” model reduces the border width by 75% to 6.4mm compared to the standard edge-to-edge display option at 26mm.
- HP Pavilion Desktop: A playful, eye-catching tower design offers a 30% smaller footprint compared to the previous generation without sacrificing power.
- Up to 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7 processor with either optional NVIDIA® GeForce® 940MX, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 950M, NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 960M graphics or 7th generation AMD A12-9700P Quad-Core processor with optional Radeon™ R7 Graphics on select models.
- Up to 16GB of memory and up to 512GB SSD9 or up to 2TB for single storage options or dual storage options with up to 2TB HDD and 128GB SSD on select models.
- Optical disk drive for select Pavilion models.
- Edge-to-edge HD8 or FHD4 IPS displays with optional touch for a more interactive experience on the PC depending on model.
These are are all great looking devices where specifications are concerned. We’re just hoping the build quality is good enough because from personal experience, Pavilions tend to break easily.
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