HP has announced a bag of redesigned Windows 10 PCs including convertibles, notebooks and desktops that the company will start selling later this month. Dubbed as Pavilion portfolio, these devices are bringing some innovative features to the users such as Windows Hello, touchscreen for upcoming Windows Ink, i7 processors and much more.
HP’s new portfolio is ideal for students, millennials and families that are looking towards value picking at an attractive price. Updated color options coupled with personalization options means that buyers get a sense of style that meets desired productivity.
Here are the highlights of the new Windows 10 products from HP on offer:
HP Pavilion x360
HP has updated its ultra-affordable Pavilion convertibles making them thinner and lighter than the earlier versions. Apart from being light weight, the starting price of $379.99 makes them an ideal device for students to buy later this month.
HP Pavilion x360 would also come with an optional touchscreen for Windows Ink which is expected to release this summer on Windows 10 Anniversary. The convertible device comes in five colors with a stylish new digital thread design on the keyboard deck.
HP Pavilion All-in-Ones
HP has announced two new HP Pavilion All-in-Ones computer devices in 23.8” and 27” diagonal displays. The display of these computers extends from edge-to-edge or they come with a micro edge option on select models that further reduces the border 75 percent for more viewing area. Largely speaking, these devices look more like large tablets with stands and keyboards to offer a desktop PC experience.
Select models also feature Intel RealSense cameras equipped with the infrared technology needed to enable Windows Hello facial recognition feature. Buyers can choose to buy between 1TB-3TB of storage space for data. RAM can be extended upto 16GB.
The HP Pavilion All-in-One are expected to hit sales in July at a starting price of $699.99.
HP Pavilion Desktop
The HP Pavilion Desktop comes under the affordable desktop category (as HP says) and are built to provide more storage and graphics options. The CPU features a normal vertical design with choice of new colors such as Natural Silver, Blizzard White and Twinkle Black.
Buyers can choose up to 16GB of memory and up to 3TB of storage. 6th generation Intel Celeron to Intel Core up to i7 processor options with optional NVIDIA GT 730 to NVIDIA GTX 750i graphics or 7th generation AMD up A12 processor with Radeon R7 Graphics options are also on offer.
Desktop lovers can look at a display option of 32” QHD that has wide-viewing angles and 100 percent sRGB color space delivering true-to-life color. Customers will also be able to conveniently connect to their devices with dual HDMI, DisplayPort and a USB hub.
The HP Pavilion All-in-One are expected to be available in June at a starting price of $449.99 while the HP Pavilion Display will start from $399.99.