HP Pavilion x360, joins its convertible laptops series

HP Pavilion x360
HP Pavilion x360

HP, an American multinational information technology company has unleashed new devices in its PC portfolio. The new models which have been introduced include the convertibles, notebooks, and desktops. The company came up with the three impressive Pavilion range of notebooks, a new classic Pavilion x360 convertibles and the Pavilion All-in-Ones alongside with an HP Pavilion desktop.

The new HP Pavilion desktop features the ultra-thin bezels that reduce the border width by 75 percent as compared with the standard edge-to-edge displays.  And secondly, HP comes up with a new camera feature to protect it from malicious and hackers. It has installed Intel RealSense camera option which will render facial authentication service with Windows Hello. Whenever the camera is needed, it will pop up from the top of the computer, and when not required, camera and microphone will automatically disable. Hence, the camera will feature gesture commands and biometric authentication. In supplement, HP Pavilion sports discrete graphics and digital thread design. It comes in five different standardized colors on the keyboard deck.

The new Pavilion All-in-Ones comes in two variants i.e. 23.8-inch and 27-inch with a wide range of features. It includes 6th generation Intel chips and RealSense cameras. It is packed up with 16GB of RAM and 3TB of storage. It will also come up with a standalone monitor, which will sport a Quad HD display, a DisplayPort, a USB hub and dual HDMI ports.

The one with a 23.8-inch version with the micro-edge display will hit the market on July 10th at a price of $749, and the 27-inch version will be available from July 3rd at a price tag of $999.

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Further on, the 15.6-inch HP Pavilion x360 cost $579.99; the 13.3-inch HP Pavilion x360 will be available at $479.99, and the Pavilion Display is priced at $399 and will hit shelves on June 26th.

Vice president and general manager of consumer personal systems of HP, Kevin Frost said, “Some customers want thin and light PCs for on the go while other customers want power and performance to create and store. 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.”

HP- Hewlett Packard headquartered in Palo Alto, California, United States is recently one of the world’s top PC manufacturers.