HP’s new Pavilion line-up targets students, media creators
Inking, USB-C, 3D Metal among key highlights in new range
HP has announced a new line-up of Pavilion convertibles and laptops, available to the region in June this year.
The Pavilion x360s convertible can morph into four modes, as well as offer 3D metal to help remove all visual seams, USB-C to enable more connectivity, and active pen support to bring Windows Ink to life. Windows Ink allows users to interact with content in new ways and quickly turn thoughts into action – create lists, sticky notes, and draw your ideas directly onto the screen. The 2017 Pavilion x360s are offered with an 11.6” HD IPS display, or 14” or 15.6” diagonal screen options with HD or Full HD IPS.
The latest Pavilion laptops bring new designs inspired by HP’s premium Spectre and ENVY line-up. The use of 3D metal, a single piece of metal that wraps around the sides and back of the PC effectively removing visual seams, on the 2017 Pavilion laptops adds durability and a more pleasing look. The incorporation of a lift hinge, previously reserved for ENVY products, provides a more comfortable typing experience, but also more efficient airflow to the bottom vents. The Pavilion is ideal for users who are creating their own videos and editing photos, then sharing them on social media, the company says.
The new portfolio of Pavilion notebooks are offered with a 14”, 15.6” or 17” diagonal screen options with Full HD or Full HD IPS displays and the option to add touch.
“We are evolving our portfolio of products to meet the needs of everyone from today’s students to digital creatives, as their usage and interactions with computing devices continue to change,” said Anne-Sophie Hadberg, head of consumer personal systems EMEA, HP Inc. “Today’s Pavilion products take proven innovations from our premium line-up and provides end users with the ability to play, create, connect and entertain.”