HP’s just revealed a whole new range of PCs and hybrids, all under its Pavilion brand.
The HP Pavilion x360 is a hybrid device with a keyboard that can be folded away for tablet performance. It comes in HD 11.6in and Full HD 13.3in versions, and both are thinner and lighter than previous models. They offer up to nine hours battery life, up to 16GB of memory, and are powered by Intel Celeron, Pentium, or even Core i7 processors.
The more fully-featured HP Pavilion laptop comes in 14.6in and 15.6in versions, and can pack up to a Core i7 processor, and GeForce 940MX, 950M, or 960M graphics. You can even get a one powered by an AMD A12-9700P quad-core processor and Radeon R7 graphics if you really prefer team red. They come with up to 16GB of memory and optional touch-screens.
HP’s all-in-one range go up to Core i7 again, with Nvidia GT 930A graphics. And, again, an AMD version is available, with an A10 APU covering all bases. Intel’s RealSense technology is optional, if you want to tie your machine’s security to your face.
Again, 16GB of memory is the standard.
Finally, the new HP Pavilion desktops range from Celeron up to Core i7 processors with up to 16GB of memory, a range of graphics card options: GT 730 or a GTX 750i. Again, AMD processor versions are available, matched by R7 graphics cards.
Here’s the price list of where all the new gear starts at:
- The 11.6” diagonal HP Pavilion x360 is available now starting at $699.
- The 13.3” diagonal HP Pavilion x360 is available now starting at $1,199.
- The 14” diagonal HP Pavilion is available now starting at $1,099.
- The 15.6” diagonal HP Pavilion is available now starting at $1,099.
- The 23.8” diagonal HP Pavilion All-in-One is expected to be available in July starting at $1,199.
- The 27” diagonal HP Pavilion All-in-One is expected to be available in July starting at $2,299.
- The HP Pavilion Desktop is expected to be available in July starting at $599.