HP has decided expand your family of Pavilion Plus notebook computers with two new 14 and 16 inch computers. Of the two, which will be available from next November, the latter stands out above all, since it is the first model with a 16-inch screen that the company has launched in its history.
He HP Pavilion Plus 14 It can be chosen with an Intel (up to Core i7) or AMD (up to Ryzen 7 7840H) processor, while the 16-inch is only available with an Intel chip. Both have WiFI 6E connectivity, a 5-megapixel camera with a manual shutter, and a dual-array microphone. Windows Hello allows them to access the computer through a facial recognition system. Both have the Windows 11 Home or Pro operating system.
Its chassis is completely made of metal. Available in different colors, these kits also use 20% post-consumer recycled plastics, and half of the metal used in their manufacture is also recycled.
The Pavilion Plus 14 weighs 1.5 kilos, and its battery allows it to reach a range of up to 13 hours in video playback. Its screen is OLED up to 2.8 K. In some of its configurations it has Intel Unison, which offers fluid connectivity of the computer with any mobile phone. In addition, in AMD chip versions of the computer, the computer will feature AMD Ryzen IA, a dedicated AI engine that is built into the processor. It will be available with 16 or 32 GB of RAM and a 512 GB or 1 TB SSD storage unit. Its price will start at 999 euros.
As for the HP Pavilion Plus 16, incorporates a 2.5K WQXGA display with Intel Evo certified design and 120Hz variable refresh rate technology. Thus, it achieves an optimized resolution, which allows for a higher level of energy efficiency. In addition, it integrates 16 GB of RAM, an Nvidia RTX 3050 graphics card and a battery that reaches almost 12 hours of autonomy (close to 16 hours in video playback), with storage options of 512 GB or 1 TB. It can be purchased for a minimum price of 1,499 euros.