HP wanted to make sure they keep their laptops updated w/ the latest and continues to do so w/ the updated Pavilion line. The Pavilion x360 line to be exact as they got all just got refreshed w/ beefier internals and more features.
For starters, they will all offer support for an optional IR camera to work w/ Windows Hello and pen support w/ a stylus for their Pavilion x360 convertibles. Along w/ that, the x360 line kills off the 13.3inch size and now offers it in 11.6inch, 14inch, & 15.6inch sizes. The smaller size ships w/ a quad-core Intel Pentium N4200 w/ 4GB of RAM + 500GB HD. The bigger sizes offer choices for Core i3, i5, or i7 CPUs, high-resolution screens, choice of AMD or NVIDIA GPUs, USB-C port, and a slot to add an SSD. You also have up to 10 hours of battery life w/ HP Fast Charge that can get to 90% in 90 minutes and audio tuned by B&O (Bang & Olufsen) Play.
The standard Pavilion gets new look w/ a lift-hinge and options for 14inch, 15inch, & 17inch sizes. The specs configurations line up w/ that of the x360 line save for the option for AMD CPU along w/ Intel. Pricing for the regular Pavilion ranges starts at $700 for the 14inch, $600 for the 15inch, & $630 for the 17inch. Pricing for the x360 starts at $349 for the 11.6inch, $449 for the 14inch, and $579 for the 15.6inch.
All laptops are available now on HP’s site. Which one are you gonna pick up?