If you’re in the market for new laptops, HP has recently announced a slew of them. This includes the Envy x360, Pavilion x360, and a new series of Pavilion laptops. All these laptops will be aimed at the shopper on a budget so if you’re after fancy hardware and premium builds, then perhaps these might not be the laptops for you.
Starting with the Envy x360. This is a laptop priced starting at $679. It will sport a brushed aluminum cover and backlit keyboard. The base model will sport a 15-inch 1366×768 display and will be powered by an Intel Core i5 CPU and will be accompanied by 4GB of RAM. It will also feature a 500GB HDD, although users will be able to choose to have an SSD and a Full HD display.
Next up is the Pavilion x360. This will be priced at a much cheaper $409 and the base model will come with a very portable 11-inch display. Under the hood, the Pavilion x360 will be powered by an Intel Pentium N3700 CPU with 4GB of RAM and 500GB of HDD space. Users will be able to configure the laptop and choose between Intel Core M or Intel Core i5 CPUs.
Last but not least are HP’s new series of Pavilion laptops. These laptops will come in a variety of configurations ranging from 14-inch displays up to 17-inch displays. They will also come with Core i3 chipsets or AMD’s A10 CPUs, depending on your preference. They will also be available in a variety of different colors.
HP has also announced a new partnership with Bang & Olufsen and the Envy x360 and Pavilion x360 will be the first HP laptops models to take advantage of that collaboration. The Envy x360 will be available come June 18th; the Pavilion x360 and the rest of the Pavilion laptops will be available 21st May via HP’s website.
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