HP has launched two new convertible notebooks in the Indian market, one targeted at the mass market while the other one is a more premium offering. Both the notebooks run on a 7th Generation Intel Core processor and feature Full HD IPS touchscreen displays. The HP Pavilion x360 series starts at Rs.40,290 for the 11.6-inch model and goes up to Rs.55,290 for the 14-inch model. HP’s high-end Spectre x360 convertible, on the other hand, comes only in a single screen size – 13.3-inch. It starts at Rs.1,15,290.
The Pavilion x360 series notebooks may be relatively affordable, but HP has equipped these models with very impressive hardware. You get dedicated NVIDIA GeForce 930M graphics with 2GB of VRAM, 1TB SSHD with an 8GB SSD on select models, and an impressive 10 hours of battery life. HP Fast Charge support is included too, which means you won’t need to wait very long for the notebook to be fully charged. The keyboard is a full-sized island-style one with backlit keys.
HP Spectre x360 is among the thinnest and lightest convertibles on the market right now, with a 0.55” thin profile and 1.3kg weight. It comes with up to 16GB of RAM, 512GB of PCIe solid state storage, and HP ImagePad with multi-touch gesture support. In terms of battery life, HP claims the Spectre x360 can deliver up to 12 hours and 45 minutes battery life, which is definitely very impressive. Just like the Pavilion x360, you get HP Fast Charge support for rapid charging times.
Both convertibles feature Bang and Olufsen audio solutions with dual speakers. They are also bundled with HP’s Active Pen, allowing users to draw or jot down notes on the screen. HP will begin selling the two notebooks starting early next month via select HP World stores, online e-commerce platforms, as well as hpshopping.in.
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