HP Adds New All In One Series & Convertible Laptops To Pavilion Series
HP has added a slew of new products to its Pavilion line-up, including all-in-one PCs, x360 convertible laptops, as well as a PC tower.
The new Pavilion all-in-one PCs come with a ‘micro edge’ display that reduces the border thickness by up to 75%, and there’s also an optional RealSense camera for gesture commands and bio-metric authentication.
The refreshed PC tower is 30% smaller than its predecessor and comes with up to Intel Core i7 or AMD 12 CPUs, 16 GB of RAM, 3 TB storage, as well as GeForce GTX 750i or Radeon R7 GPUs for handling graphics. The all-in-one PCs are expected to be available starting July 3, with prices starting at $700 for the 23.8 inch model and $1,000 for the 27 inch model.
HP’s upgraded Pavilion x360 laptops now come in three screen sizes – 11.6 inch, 13.3 inch, and 15.6 inch. The convertible laptops have CPUs ranging from Celeron to Core i7. The updated line of Pavilion x360 laptops will be available from May 15, and the prices start at $380.