HP is all ready for September, with three new computers that represent the latest generations of the company’s popular and student-friendly Pavilion and Envy lines.
HP is already gearing up to go “back to school,” with a new line of laptops designed specifically for students. Who cares that it’s April and graduation time hasn’t even rolled around yet! According to a report from Market Watch, HP is all ready for September, with three new computers that represent the latest generations of the company’s popular and affordable Pavilion and Envy lines.
The three new laptop choices include the HP Pavilion x360, the HP Envy x360, and a new line of HP Pavilion notebooks.
The Pavilion x360 will come in two 11-inch variations and one 13-inch version. The computers will all feature HD touchscreen display, 4GB of RAM, and various different modes, including notebook mode (for working), stand mode (for watching video), tent mode (for playing video games), and tablet mode (for on-the-go use).
The more expensive HP Envy x360 will bring higher processor performance and more substantial storage capacity (up to one terabyte onboard), but will also feature the HD touchscreen and convertible modes of the Pavilion x360.
Finally, the new HP Pavilion notebook line will come in five different variations, including 14-inch, 15-inch, and 17-inch sizes. The focus of the Pavilion is and always has been on value, and these notebooks will continue delivering solid performance and plentiful features in a budget laptop package.
All three laptop types will be available in May or June (both online, at hpshopping.com, and in stores), and will come in a range of different colors. HP says that customers have been asking for more a more interesting color palette for several years now, and these new “back to school” laptops will satisfy those requests. Hues like Natural Silver, Sunset Red, Violet Purple, and Minty Green will all be available, depending on the model.