HP announces its next generation Pavilion portfolio with 8th Gen Intel processors

HP today announced its next generation Pavilion laptops with premium features which were previously only available on Envy and Spectre series of laptops. In addition to the latest internals, HP has also revamped the exterior design of Pavilion laptops with refined materials and finishes. Read about the new devices that are part of this portfolio below.

HP Pavilion x360s:

  • The HP Pavilion x360s offer 8th Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 dual and quad processors with discrete graphics options. Select 14-inch models have a NVIDIA MX130 Graphics option and on select 15-inch models there is an AMD Radeon 530 Graphics option.
  • They come in sophisticated colors including Natural Silver, Pale Gold, and Sapphire Blue and features a beautiful vertical brushed pattern on the keyboard deck with a geometric faceted design on the audio grill. Select models include an anodized aluminum finish offering an even more premium look and feel.
  • An optional world facing camera on select models is strategically placed in the center of the speaker grill above the keyboard to support Mixed Reality viewer.
  • The Pavilion x360s now feature a narrow bezel design which allows a 14 and 15-inch diagonal HD or FHD IPS display to fit in 13-inch and 14-inch chassis, respectively. There’s also Windows Hello with a fingerprint reader on select models for quick logon experience.

HP Pavilion Notebooks:

  • They are powered by 8th Gen Intel Core processors or the latest AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor with Radeon Vega Graphics on select models. They offer up to 512 GB of SSD or up to 2 TB HDDs on the 15-inch device. Dual storage options are also available along with support for Intel Optane memory for storage acceleration on select models. They offer up to 11.75 hours of battery life depending on the model.
  • The new notebooks offer options for HD and FHD IPS displays with micro-edge bezels. They feature a lift hinge, inherited from HP’s ENVY premium line, to support a more comfortable typing experience and improve airflow to keep the device running cool.
  • The new Pavilion line-up comes in new colors including Mineral Silver, Pale Gold, Sapphire Blue, Velvet Burgundy, Tranquil Pink, and Ceramic White. The keyboard deck and cover are made from metal, a diamond cut trim on the touchpad, and geometric speaker grill pattern for a premium look and feel.
  • Dual speakers custom tuned by B&O Play with HP Audio Boost allow users to experience rich audio.
  • Fingerprint reader option on the 14-inch Pavilion model enabled quick logon with Windows Hello

HP Pavilion Desktops:

  • The new Pavilion Desktops have a 10 percent depth reduction compared to the previous generation and the front panels feature a new angular cut bezel in brushed Natural Silver or a geometric faceted pattern on the bezel with vertical brushing in Ash Silver or Natural Silver blend into modern home aesthetics.
  • The desktops offer options up to 8th Gen Intel Core i+ processors or the new 2nd generation AMD Ryzen processors and discrete graphic options up to NVIDIA GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580 cards.
  • They support storage up to 512 GB SSDs, up to 3 TB HDDs, optional dual storage, and optional Intel Optane memory.
  • Surround Sound 5.1 gives users a great audio experience and HP Audio Stream allows streaming music from the phone to your PC speakers.

Pricing and Availability: 

  • HP Pavilion x360 15-inch starting price is $579 and planned to be available via HP.com and other retailers on May 9, 2018.
  • HP Pavilion x360 14-inch starting price is $499 and planned to be available via HP.com May 9, 2018 and BestBuy on June 10, 2018.
  • HP Pavilion Notebook 14-inch starting price is $369 and planned to be available via retailers on June 3, 2018.
  • HP Pavilion Notebook 15-inch starting price is $629 and planned to be available via HP.com and other retailers on May 30, 2018.
  • HP Pavilion Desktop starting price is $329.99 and planned to be available via HP.com and other retailers on April 27, 2018.

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