1HP Refreshes Pavilion Line With New Convertibles, Notebooks, Desktops
2The HP Pavilion x360 15.6-Inch Convertible
The redesigned 11.6- and 13.3-inch Pavilion x360 models are lighter and 12 to 14 percent thinner than the models they replace. The 11.6-inch version is 0.75 inches thick and starts at 2.93 pounds, while the 13.3-inch model is 0.77 inches thick and starts at 3.48 pounds. The all-new 15.6-inch version is 0.94 inches thick and starts at 5.07 pounds. The x360s can be configured with a range of processors, including Intel Celeron, Intel Pentium and up to sixth-generation Intel Core i7 CPUs, depending on the model, as well as memory configurations up to 16GB and solid-state drive (SSD) storage up to 512GB or hard drives up to 1TB. Also available are standard HD or optional Full HD In-Plane Switching (IPS) displays on the 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch models. The 11.6-inch Pavilion x360 starts at $379.99, while the 13.3-inch version starts at $479.99. The 15.6-inch version starts at $579.99. All of the machines run Microsoft Windows 10.
3The Pavilion 14-Inch Notebook
HP’s latest 14-inch and 15.6-inch Pavilion notebooks are about 11 to 22 percent thinner and lighter than the models they replace, while also boasting smaller footprints. The 14-inch model starts at 3.3 pounds and is 0.76 inches thick and will be available at select retailers on June 12 starting at $539.99.
4The Pavilion 15.6-Inch Notebook
All three Pavilion notebook models can be configured with up to sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processors, as well as optional Nvidia GeForce 940MX, Nvidia GeForce GTX 950M or Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M graphics. The 15.6-inch model, which starts at 4.26 pounds and is 0.88 inches thick, will be available May 18 on HP.com starting at $579.99 and through select retailers starting at $599.99. The latest Pavilions come in a range of colors, including Natural Silver, Modern Gold, Blizzard White, Onyx Black, Cardinal Red, Dragonfly Blue and Sport Purple.
5The Pavilion 17.3-Inch Notebook
Also available in the Pavilion notebook series are alternative seventh-generation AMD A12-9700P quad-core processors with optional Radeon R7 Graphics on select models. All three models can also be purchased with up to 16GB of memory, SSD drives up to 512GB, and hard drives up to 2TB on select models. Optical drives as well as edge-to-edge HD or Full HD IPS displays with optional touch are also available on some notebook models. The 17.3-inch Pavilion model starts at 6.28 pounds and is 1.17 inches thick and will be available on HP.com on May 18 starting at $899.99 and through select retailers starting at $1,099.99. All of the machines run Microsoft Windows 10.
6The HP All-in-One
HP’s latest all-in-one machines are available with 23.8-inch Full HD, 23.8-inch Quad HD or 27-inch Full HD touch-screen or non-touch-screen displays, as well as an optional micro-edge display on some models that increases the usable size of the screen by shrinking its outer bezel. The latest all-in-ones run Windows 10 and include a new open-framed stand with an airy design and ports that are hidden in the front and back of the machine. An optional Intel RealSense camera is available on select models. B&O Play audio tuning is also included in the new machines. The 23.8-inch all-in-ones will be available July 10 through HP.com and select retailers starting at $699.99, while the 27-inch version will be available July 3 through HP.com and select retailers starting at $999.99.
7Plenty of Configuration Choices for HP’s All-in-Ones
Here’s the optional micro-edge display that’s available on some all-in-one models, showing its larger usable screen area. All HP all-in-one machines can also be configured with Intel Pentium or up to sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processors, along with optional Nvidia GT 930A graphics, or seventh-generation AMD processors up to the A10 CPU. The machines can also be purchased with hard drives up to 3TB or hybrid drives up to 1TB SSHD drives and memory configurations up to 16GB.
8The HP Pavilion Desktop
HP’s latest Pavilion Desktop has a footprint that is 30 percent smaller than past versions and is available with a wide range of processors, including Intel Celeron CPUs, up to sixth-generation Intel Core i7 processors with optional Nvidia GT 730 to Nvidia GTX 750i graphics, or seventh-generation AMD CPUs up to the A12 processor. Also available as options are up to 16GB of memory, up to 3TB of hard-drive storage and an optical drive. The machines support up to two displays and include myriad ports for peripherals, including two front and two rear USB 2.0 ports, two rear USB 3.0 ports, an HDMI out port, a VGA port and a 3-in-1 media card reader.
9Optional 32-Inch Quad HD Monitor for the HP Pavilion Desktop PC
An optional 32-inch quad HD display for the new Pavilion Desktop computer will also be available on HP.com and through select retailers on June 26 starting at $399.99. The new Pavilion Desktop machines themselves, which run Windows 10, will come in Natural Silver, Blizzard White or Twinkle Black, will be available on HP.com on June 29 and at select retailers on June 26 starting at $449.99.