HP on Monday introduced a new Pavilion x360 14-inch laptop, which comes with pen stylus support, and is meant for creative professionals and media content creators. The laptop also features a stylish design, and is packed with the latest eight generation Intel Core processors, for a starting price of Rs 50,347. There are also a range of offers available with the laptop as part of HP s Back to Campus campaign. Also Read - Windows 11 beats Windows 10 in benchmark tests running on Intel CPUsAlso Read - Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 launched in India with starting price of more than 1 lakh
The HP Pavilion x360 features a compact design. It weighs barely 1.68 kg and offers thin bezels around the 14-inch full HD display. HP has equipped it with B&O speakers to deliver a great audio performance. It also comes with a fingerprint sensor for quick access and login. Being a portable convertible laptop, it can be flexibly used in different modes. Also Read - Lenovo Legion 5i (2020) review: Reasonable gaming package for casual gamers
Talking about the core features, the HP Pavilion x360 comes with options of eight generation Core i5 and Core i7 processors. They are powered by Intel Optane memory, which is said to accelerate overall performance by 28 percent, allowing large media projects to open 4.1 times faster and emails to open 5.8 times faster. You can also get the laptop with a dedicated Nvidia Graphics card. HP claims the laptop to deliver a battery backup of 11 hours, and it also supports HP Fast Charge technology. The laptop also comes with a 5-megapixel front facing camera, which features a wide-angle lens of 120 degrees.
Vickram Bedi, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP India, said in a statement, The new range of HP Pavilion x360 upholds our philosophy of customer-centric innovation, fulfilling the myriad requirements of users. The refreshed features in the new Pavilion x360 will cater to the professional and personal needs of the students as they begin their new year in college. We hope our Back to Campus initiative will make our products more easily available to the new students.
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Additionally, the Back to Campus campaign offers benefits worth Rs 34,098 on the laptop. It s meant for students and covers device security, device warranty and damage protection.