The HP company has presented its new range of Pavilion laptops, which incorporates the new 11th generation Intel Core processors and Intel Iris Xe graphics.
The new Pavilion 13, 14 and 15 laptops have been made with recycled plastics from the seabed and will be available with a Full HD or Ultra HD screen, in the case of the Pavilion 13, and an HD or Full HD screen in the Pavilion 14 and 15, as the company reports in a statement.
All three models feature new 11th Gen Intel Core processors and Intel Iris Xe graphics, although the Pavilion 14 and 15 offer the option of NVIDIA GeForce MX450 graphics, and the Pavilion 15 will also feature AMD Ryzen 4000 series processors.
Additionally, all three devices feature dual memory technology, as well as optional Intel Optane memory with standard PCIe SSD up to 1TB.
The new Pavilion laptops include an HDMI 2.0 port and a SuperSpeed USB-C port. They have WiFi 6 connectivity, as well as HP Modern Standby technology that allows users to continue receiving notifications while the device is in a lower power standby state.
The Pavilion 13 has a battery that can last up to 8.5 hours, while the Pavilion 14 and 15 have batteries of up to 8.75 hours.
Design-wise, the new Pavilion notebooks feature hourglass edges and a seamless, three-dimensional metal chassis, which eliminates separation lines on the device.
The HP Pavilion 13 will be available in Latin America starting in February through HP.com with a starting price of USD$ 679.99. The device will also be available for purchase on Amazon, Costco.com, and other US retailers.
The HP Pavilion 14 can also be purchased from February through HP.com with a starting price of USD $ 579.99.
Meanwhile, HP Pavilion 15 will be available that same month of 2021 with a starting price of USD $ 599.99 for the AMD model.