HP Prioritizes Sustainability with Newest Additions to Pavilion Line-up
While the world is battling the worse climate crisis, HP is stepping up their game prioritizing the need of the world before anything else with new sustainable devices made with ocean-bound plastic body.
The tech brand has now announced new updates to their Pavilion line-up with the launch of three new devices in the Pavilion range with the HP Pavilion 13, HP Pavilion 14, and HP Pavilion 15 Laptops.
These are also the first range of devices from HP to feature the latest 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics. They are also the first in line device featuring the post-consumer-recycled and ocean-bound plastics.
The newest launch is also inspired by art, featuring some stunning clean lines and structural elements with curved edges on the side that further make the device an attractive purchase. The devices also feature a 3D metal chassis providing the leaves a stunning and sleek look of the device.
The Pavilion 13 and 14 and 15 all offer either HD or full HD display panel for crisp and clear visuals. The Pavilion 15 especially features an 86% screen to body ratio with improved gen over gen. These new additions to the range also support the Microsoft High Dynamic Range streaming, making the usability of the device even better.
Additionally, these new devices also come in a few different color variants including natural silver, luminous gold, and ceramic white. Aside from that, the Pavilion 14 features a tranquil pink exterior while the Pavilion 15 features four different color options along with fog blue.
Aside from their contribution to the sustainable future, these new devices also feature an edge to edge keyboard with a precision touchpad for easy accessibility and usage. The device also has multi-touch support and allows easier navigation all together. The fingerprint reader in the device is also a boon and allows secure log-in.
The Pavilion 14 features the efficient NVIDIA GeForce MX450 GPU while the Pavilion 15 features an optional choice with the AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Mobile Processor.
Three of the new devices feature a dual-channel memory with SSD storage options up to 1TB SSD. The devices also feature around 8-9 hours of battery backup on full recharge, which again is a reason enough why you wouldn’t regret this purchase at all.
The connectivity options are also pretty smooth and comes with the HDMI 2.0 port that ensures easy connections without any added efforts. It also comes with USB Type-C port that supports better data transfer and power delivery unlike anything else in the same price range.
The wireless connectivity with Wi-Fi 6 assures 75% lower latency with great video and audio quality unlike any of the prior launches in the same range.
Not only do these devices redefine a stellar performance, it also provides users to experience an immersive entertainment and better portability for accessible usage.
Pricing and Availability
The HP Pavilion 13 is going to be available from October on Amazon, Costco and several US retailers at a starting price of $679.99.
The HP Pavilion 14 is going to be available from October on the official website of HP and other US retailers at a starting price of $579.99.
The HP Pavilion 15 is going to be available from October for the AMD version on HP.com along with Amazon, Costco and a few other US retailers at a starting price of $599.99.