HP has unveiled its laptop lineup for this year, comprising the three Pavilion versions (14”, 15.6” and 17.3”) and new Pavilion x360 convertibles. Scroll down for more details.
The new Pavilion range adds smaller 14” and 15.6” variants, and starts at $540 and $580 (Rs. 56,000-60,000) for the two models, respectively. (The 17.3” versions starts at $900).
The new laptop comes with a HD (optional FHD) display, along with optional touchscreen. The processor options go all the way to a 6th-gen Core i7. Consequently, you can also get a 7th-gen AMD A12-9700P. Graphics options go all the way to Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M, or Radeon R7 on the corresponding red-army model.
You also get up to 16 RAM RAM, 2 TB hard drive (or a 2 TB hard drive plus 128 GB SSD option). They feature up to three USB ports, HDMI and an SD card slot.
Color options include Natural Silver, Modern Gold, Blizzard White, Onyx Black, Cardinal Red, Dragonfly Blue and Sport Purple.
For its back-to-school plans, HTC also made sure to unveil the new 15.6” Pavilion x360 convertible, starting at $579.99 (approx. Rs. 60,000), in addition to the 13.3” ($479.99) and 11.6” versions ($379.99).
Here, you get up to an IPS FHD display (HD by default on the 13.3”/15.6” models). Under the hood, you’ll start with an Intel Celeron 6th-gen chip, and go up to Core i7 with Nvidia 930M graphics (you can also get up to an AMD A10). You get up to 16 GB of RAM, and an option get up to 512 GB SSD or a 1 TB hard drive. For connections, you get three USB ports, HDMI and an SD card.
Battery life can last up to 9 hours and 15 min. There’s custom B&O audio on the laptop. HP now offers a backlit keyboard for this lineup, which will be available in five colors: Silver, Gold, Blue, Red and Purple. The built itself is 12-14 percent lighter.