HP has updated its Pavilion laptop line-up and introduced it new and innovative pavilion laptop, with the adding of Intel Skylake power and Windows Hello authentication.
The new HP pavilion laptop come with a 14 inch and 15.6 inch. This is 22 % thinner than their predecessors- weighing 3.3 pounds and 4.26 pounds and measuring in at 19.5mm and 22.5mm thick, respectively.
Under the chassis, HP’s new Pavilion laptops pack Intel’s 6th generation Skylake chips up to Core i7 models, which can paired with a choice of Nvidia GeForce 940MX, 950M or 960M graphics, or an AMD A12-9700P quad-core processor with an optional Radeon R7 Graphics.The laptop will also be offered with up to 16 gigabyte RAM, up to 512 gigabyte SSD, and up to 2 terabyte of HDD, along with an optical disk drive on selected models.
They now come in seven colors: natural silver, modern gold, Dragon fly blue, Cardinal red, Sport purple, Blizzard white, and Onyx black. With an Intel RealSense camera onboard, the new HP Pavilion supports Microsoft’s Windows Hello authentication feature, that allow you to unlock the laptop by staring at it. There is a choice of display on offer too, with HP offering either an edge-to-edge HD or FHD IPS screen
This new HP pavilion laptop has a Backlit keyboard With dual HP speakers and HP Audio Boost.
HP’s new and innovative Pavilion laptops will arrive in the UK in August, with the 14in, 15.6in and 17.3in models priced from £379 up to £899.