Published On: Mon, Oct 16th, 2017

HP has unveiled its refreshed Pavilion and Pavilion x360 laptops for 2017

HP has refreshed its affordable Pavilion x360 convertible and Pavilion Notebook laptop line, making nearly every model lighter and thinner as well as adding new hardware components like metal finishes, IR cameras for Windows Hello, USB Type-C ports, Bang & Olufsen audio tuning and even inking and pen support on the convertible model. The new Pavilion x360s and Pavilion Notebooks will be available before June.

HP Pavilion x360 convertible

HP Pavilion x360 convertible range will be available with smaller 11.6-inch, 14-inch, and bigger 15.6-inch variants. The $400 low-end 11.6-inch version now has an Intel Pentium N4200 in the base configuration, that should be a major improvement over last year’s Celeron N3060, 4 gigabyte of RAM and a 500 gigabyte of hard drive. The bigger models may be configured with up to a core i7 processor, up to twelve or sixteen gigabyte of RAM, and a discrete NVIDIA or Radeon graphics. The bigger model additionally include a USB-C port. The entire line has a 360-degree hinge that lets in the convertible to be laid down flat, propped up as a tent, or used as a ordinary laptop.

HP Pavilion x360 convertible

HP Pavilion Notebook laptop

The updated HP Pavilion Notebook lineup features an up to date layout, along with a new ‘carry-hinge’ layout that sort of wraps the show until the threshold of the chassis. Formerly, the Pavilion notebooks had a substantive hole among the lid and the chassis.

The Pavilion Notebook laptop line come in 14-inch, 15-inch, and 17-inch variant, along with the same specs as the Pavilion x360 convertible line, except that HP estimates up to ten hrs of battery life.

Pricing And Availability

Rach the Pavilion and Pavilion x360 lineups will cross on sale among May and June with costs beginning at round $349. The notebooks are to be had in muted Blue, Gold, purple, purple and Silver color variations.