Without any big announcements or events, HP introduced a new line-up of Pavilion laptops. The company updated the regular models as well as the ones with 360-degree rotating screen.
HP Pavilion 14 – this model had the most significant changes. Packed with an Intel Core i5 Kaby Lake chipset, 12GB RAM and 1TB storage, this laptop boasts amazing productivity. Plus, it became slimmer – from 22mm to 19mm. The price for HP Pavilion 14 starts from $699.
HP Pavilion 15 and 17 – these models have AMD A12 processors and 8GB RAM. The prices start from $599 and $629 respectively.
Apart from that, HP presented new Pavilion x360 models. There are 3 of them with 11.6-inch ($349), 14-inch ($449) or 15.6-inch ($579) screens. All laptops are powered by Intel Core i7 Kaby Lake processors, have graphics from AMD or NVIDIA and feature 512GB of storage.
Besides, new HP laptops will have less pre-installed apps. The company decided to lower the number of such apps but all of them will still be available for download. Also, all laptops support fast charging – a laptop is charged from 0 to 90% in only 90 minutes.