HP started off the month of May with a launch, expanding its Pavilion PC lineup with a few new models. Those also include a 15 inch hybrid from the x360 range, as the standout device. Pavilion x360 are convertible laptops and the newcomer packs a 15.6 inch screen, compared to the already existing 11.6 inch and 13.3 inch versions.
The device comes with a choice of Intel chips going from a Celeron up to a Core i7. Pavilion x360 is expected to drop on May 15th, with prices starting at $380 for the 11.6 inch model, $480 for the 13.3 incher and a not so bad $580 for the 15.6 inch unit. Obviously Windows 10 is the OS of choice. The other, bigger units are being slimmed down, in the 14 inch and 15.6 inch size range, plus the larger 17.3 incher and they’re all getting the latest Intel Core i7 CPU or AMD 12, as well as up to 16 GB of RAM.
Storage is offered here in 128 GB SSD form or as a 2 TB HDD. These products start at $540 for the 14 inch laptop, $580 for the 15.6 inch Pavilion and $900 for the 17.3 inch product. HP also debuted Pavilion All in One desktops, with a micro edge display, that has a very, very reduced border size (up to 75% reduced thickness). Quad HD resolution panels are included.