HP has updated its Pavilion line of desktop PCs and laptops. Among the new laptops is the Pavilion Gaming Laptop, which comes available in configurations with an Intel hexacore and an AMD Raden RX 560X.
The Pavilion Gaming line also includes two desktops The Pavilion Gaming 690 and Gaming 790 desktops are available with AMD Ryzen3 2200G or Intel Core i7-8700 processors and with Radeon RX 580 or GeForce GTX 1060 graphics cards The 690 gets up to 12GB ddr4 and a starting price of 550 dollars. The 790 can be equipped with a maximum of 32GB ddr4 and gets a starting price of $ 750.
The 2018 models of the Pavilion 14 and 15 are 17.9mm thick and therefore 2mm thinner than last year’s models. The 14 “laptop gets Intel processors in the energy-efficient Core-U generation and the 15.6” variant also comes with AMD Ryzen 3 or 5 processors. The cheapest models get a resolution of 1366×768 pixels; HP brings out some more expensive variants with a full-HD touchscreen. They appear in May or June with an American starting price of $ 629.
Furthermore, HP announces the Pavilion x360. This convertible comes on the market in a 14 “and 15.6” version. The cheapest version of the 14 “model has to do with a screen with a resolution of 1366×768 pixels, a Core i3-8130U, 8GB ram and a hdd of 500GB, but HP also comes with variants with a full-HD screen, a Core i5-8250U, 8GB ram and a ssd of 128GB The 15.6 “model of the x360 also comes with those specifications, but with a hdd of 1TB instead of an ssd.
On the exact specifications of the Pavilion products that appear in the Benelux, it is still waiting and the prices and publication dates of those models are not yet known.