HP has announced new versions of the Pavilion devices in size 13, 14 and 15 inches, which HP introduces for the first time with the 11th generation of Intel processors, and the devices are designed from recycled plastic materials.
The new HP Pavilion devices are launched with the eleventh generation of Intel processors, and the Iris XE graphics card, which adds better performance in the new generation of Intel processors compared to the previous generation.
The new Pavilion devices are also among the first HP releases with the Elite Dragonfly that sports an “ocean-bound” recycled plastic design, and all versions come with a three-dimensional metallic body, without dividing lines in the design for a sleek finish.
HP also tends in these versions to reduce the frame size, as the Pavilion 15, for example, has dimensions of 86%, so the device appears smaller.
The new HP Pavilion devices also come with a cooling system that includes a new fan that supports airflow with better efficiency by 27%, and noise has been reduced by 16%.
HP also confirmed the battery capacity in the new Pavilion devices to support the user with a charging life of up to 8.5 hours, and the device can also be charged by 50% within 45 minutes.
On the other hand, HP offers both the Pavilion 14 and Pavilion 15 devices with another option in the NVIDIA GeForce MX450 graphics card to support the user with higher performance.
Users will also be offered models featuring AMD processors as an alternative to the eleventh generation of Intel processors, especially the Pavilion 15, which is available with a choice of Ryzen 4000 processors.
The new Pavilion devices also feature dual-channel memory, the devices support WiFi 6, with Optane memory, and SSD storage capacity up to 1 TB, and the devices also include a USB C port to transfer data or charge the device, and the company versions Pavilion 15 and Pavilion 14 have a slot To SD card.
The Pavilion 13 will be available with a resolution of 1080 pixels, 4K in the screen, or also 4K Ultra HD, with the price of the device starting at $ 680, while the Pavilion 14 and Pavilion 15 devices will have two options in display resolution between 720 pixels or 1080 pixels, and a price starting from $ 580 or $ 600, with all publications to be available starting next month on the company’s official website.