The Pavilion laptop sports Intel’s Optane memory which helps the laptop perform 4.1 times faster when editing and viewing large projects. The device will come with a hybrid Storage of up to 1TB HDD with 8GB SSHD on the most expensive variant along with NVIDIA GeForce for all the graphics intensive needs.
HP India today announced the Pavilion x360 notebook with HP Active Pen support for creative professionals and students who need an extra edge while designing or creating content. Featuring a 14-inch Micro-edge display for immersive viewing, the Pavilion x360 comes with the latest Intel 8th generation Core processors for optimum performance on a smaller and lighter form factor. The HP Pavilion 14-inch x360 will be available at a starting price of Rs 50,347.
The Pavilion laptop sports Intel’s Optane memory which helps the laptop perform 4.1 times faster when editing and viewing large projects. The x360 weighs in at under 1.7 kgs, the notebook comes with dual storage and is lighter than its predecessor without compromising any of its features. The device will thus come with a hybrid Storage of up to 1TB HDD with 8GB SSHD on the most expensive variant along with NVIDIA GeForce for all the graphics intensive needs.
The 14-inch display on the Pavilion notebook is a Full HD IPS touchscreen anti-glare panel with the vibrant quality of 2 million pixels and a viewing angle of 178 degrees. With touchscreen capabilities, the device will be able to be used as a convertible that you can switch from a laptop to a tent or a tablet through a 360-degree hinge.
There’s a 3D geometric speaker grill engineered for a better audio output while the 5MP “world-facing” camera offers a 120-degree wide angle video conferencing capabilities. The Pavilion notebook also features a fingerprint reader which supports Windows Hello for faster and safer login.
For a smaller footprint, the Pavilion x360 will equip a massive battery that HP claims will last you up to 11 hours on a single charge. The device will support HP Fast Charge which will juice up the notebook faster than other laptops in the price segment through the provided USB Type-C port that also doubles up for connecting an external device.
HP will start selling the all-new Pavilion x360 for an asking price of Rs 50,347 and has also introduced the “Back to Campus" campaign which covers device warranty, security and damage protection for students buying their latest notebook range.
You might like this