It might not even be summer yet for the majority of Canadian elementary and high school students, but that isn’t stopping HP Inc. from unveiling a new line of Pavilion PCs for them to consider purchasing before September.
The new lineup, which includes desktops, notebooks (available in five colours, from “Dragonfly Blue” to “Cardinal Red”), and convertible devices, was announced last week so that students could have plenty of time to save their money over the summer. Or before it even starts.
Available in five colours, the convertible HP Pavilion x360 line comes in three sizes, each of them featuring a geared hinge inspired by the HP Spectre x360 that allows them to transform into one of four modes, up to nine hours of battery life, 16GB of memory, 1TB of SSD storage, and an Intel Celeron, Pentium, or 6th Generation Core™ i7 processor. The 11.6-inch model shown here is scheduled to be released on HP.com on May 15 for a starting price at $379.99 USD. (Canadian prices haven’t yet been released.)
The 13.3-inch model shown here is scheduled to be released on HP.com on May 29 with a starting price of $479.99 USD.
The 15.6-inch model shown here, which shows off the keyboard’s new digital thread design, is scheduled to be released on HP.com on May 25 with a starting price at $579.99 USD.
Like the convertible x360 line, HP’s Pavilion notebooks come in five colours and features a digital thread design, up to 16GB of memory, and up to 2TB SSD storage. Optional features include touchscreen support and/or an Intel RealSense camera, with support for Microsoft’s facial authentication software, Windows Hello. The 14-inch model shown here is scheduled to be released on June 12 at a starting price at $539.99 USD.
The 15.6-inch model shown here is scheduled to be released on May 18 on HP.com with a starting price of $579.99 USD.
Should they choose, students interested in video games can buy a Pavilion notebook with a 6th Generation Intel Core i7 processor with optional NVIDIA GeForce graphics, or a 7th generation AMD A12-9700P quad-core processor with optional Radeon R7 graphics. The 17.3-inch model shown here is scheduled to be released on HP.com on May 18 with a starting price of $899.99 USD.
HP’s Pavilion all-in-ones feature 6th Generation Intel core i7 processor options with optional NVIDIA GT 930A graphics, or 7th generation AMD A10 processor options, with 3TB of storage, 16GB of memory, and an optional Intel RealSense camera with support for Windows Hello. The 23.8-inch model is scheduled to be released on HP.com on July 10 with a starting price at $699.99 USD, while the 27-inch model is scheduled to be released on HP.com on July 3 with a starting price at $999.99 USD.
While it doesn’t come in as many colours as the new line of Pavilion notebooks, the Pavilion desktop is available in “Natural Silver,” “Blizzard White,” and “Twinkle Black,” and can feature a 6th generation Intel core i7 processor with optional NVIDIA GT graphics, or a 7th generation AMD A12 processor with Radeon R7 graphics. Other features include up to 16GB of memory, 3TB of storage, and an optical disk drive for media. The tower shown here is scheduled to be released on HP.com on June 29 with a starting price of $449.99 USD.
Separately from the desktop tower, HP is offering a new 32-inch Pavilion Quad HD display, which features wide-viewing angles and a range of ports. It’s scheduled to be released on HP.com on June 26 with a starting price at $399.99 USD.