HP India on Wednesday launched a new range of products aimed to 'inspire creativity' among students, professionals and millennials. The company announced two new convertible notebooks, the HP Pavillion x360 and HP Spectre x360 that come packed with latest 7th-gen Intel Core processors, IPS full-HD touchscreen displays, and a premium design language, among other things. Notably, they are also bundled with the HP Active Pen stylus which uses Windows Ink capabilities.
HP India has priced the HP Pavilion x360 starting Rs. 40,290 for the 11.6-inch model going up to a starting price of Rs. 55,290 for the 14-inch variant. Meanwhile, the HP Spectre x360 with 13.3-inch form factor comes with a premium price tag starting Rs. 1,15,290. These new notebooks will be available across select HP World stores and online e-commerce channels as well as on www.hpshopping.in some time during the first half of July. You can pre-book the Pavilion x360 today starting at Rs. 4,999.
The HP Pavilion x360 series highlight a premium design language at affordable prices. It features a metal finish all around and comes in 11-inch and 14-inch form factors with IPS full-HD display. It also sports a flush glass with multi-touch display, a full-sized backlit island-style keyboard and HP ImagePad. The series is offered with 7th-gen Intel processors with Nvidia GeForce graphics card with 2GB of video RAM and hybrid storage up to 1TB SSHD with 8GB SSD for select models. The notebooks promise up to 10 hours of battery life with support for HP Fast Charge.
The new Spectre x360 is a convertible variant of the Spectre 13 that was launched last year. The company says the notebook is one of its thinnest and lightest convertibles, measuring 0.55x12.07x8.58-inches and weighing around 1.3kg. It comes with a 13.3-inch IPS full-HD display and the laptop is rated to deliver up to 12 hours and 45 minutes of battery life with support for HP Fast Charge. Under the hood, you'll find Intel's 7th-gen processor coupled with 16GB of RAM and up to 512GB of PCIe SSD storage. The notebook also comes with HP ImagePad.
Both the Pavilion x360 and Spectre x360 feature audio systems from Bang and Olufsen for rich, authentic audio experience along with HP Audio Boost on dual speakers. With the HP Active Pen pre-bundled with the notebooks, the company wants to add a creative flair, allowing users to draw, highlight and write directly on the screen. The company adds that the feature pairs with Inking with Office and comes with a number of innovative inking apps as well.
"With the right kind of tools and technology, India's abundant talent can further enhance its skills and unleash creativity," said Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director, HP India. "HP as the market leader has always equipped consumers with best-in-class devices, and we are pleased to introduce this new range of notebooks powered with the exciting Inking feature. The notebook line-up with its powerful computing, coupled with gorgeous displays and innovative capabilities, will transform the way bring-to-life and showcase their ideas," he added.