HP has introduced two new 14-inch laptops, HP Pavilion Plus 14 and Pavilion x360 14. The two new Pavilion laptops will be the slimmest ones yet and have been designed keeping the diverse needs of Gen Z and millennial consumers in mind. Both laptops are powered by the 12th Gen Intel H Core processor to keep up with the consumers’ fast-paced lifestyle. The Pavilion Plus 14 comes in Natural Silver and Warm Gold colours and is priced at Rs 78,999. Meanwhile, the Pavilion x360 14 is available in Space Blue, Pale Rose Gold, and Natural Silver, at a starting price of Rs 76,999.
HP Pavilion Plus 14
At 16.5mm, the Pavilion Plus 14 is HP’s thinnest laptop yet. It comes in an all-metal chassis, enabling portability and productivity for consumers. Equipped with 12th Gen Intel Core H-series processors, this device is designed with the consumers’ gaming needs in mind. It also comes with two cooling fans and heat pipes to manage the temperature of the device while gaming, streaming, or multi-tasking. With a screen resolution of 2.2k and a 16:10 aspect ratio, the Pavilion Plus 14 provides a prime viewing experience. The HP Command Center gives the option to run the laptop in Performance Mode, Balanced Mode, and Power Saver Mode. On top of that, the HP Pavilion Plus 14 comes equipped with HP Palette and a 5MP camera with HP Presence technology and AI Noise Removal.
HP Pavilion x360 14
Powered by the 12th Gen Intel Core U-Series processors, the HP Pavilion x360 14 is equipped to handle smoother live streaming, multi-player online gaming, and faster movie downloads. The Pavilion x360 14 is designed keeping your privacy in mind, being HP’s first laptop with a manual camera shutter door. The Pavilion x360 14 also comes with HP Command Center with the option to run your laptop in Performance Mode, Balanced Mode, and Power Saving Mode. Quite similar to the Pavilion Plus, the x360 also packs a 5MP camera with HP Palette, HP Presence technology and AI Noise Removal.
Prices for the HP Pavilion Plus 14 and Pavilion x360 14 start at Rs 78,999 and Rs 76,999 respectively. Both laptops have a blue light filter built right into the display with no need to adjust the settings. The filter is easy on the eyes and is a useful tool for when you spend long hours in front of the laptop screen. It also redistributes light energy to provide beautiful colours and maintains a smoother colour performance.