HP Launches Its New Pavilion Laptops At Coachella 2017

Posted: Apr 13 2017, 12:35pm CDT | by , Updated: Apr 13 2017, 12:37pm CDT, in News | Technology News

HP Launches its New Pavilion Laptops at Coachella 2017
HP Pavilion x360 Convertible
  • New Pavilion PC convertibles and notebooks with premium features power amazing experiences at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival

At Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2017, HP as a company has arrived with its Pavilion laptops which are quite practical and nitty-gritty in their basic nature.

HP has selected a funky venue for the release and launch of its Pavilion laptops. This is none other than Coachella. While this may sound far out in fact the firm has a solid rationale behind this choice.

The showcasing of the laptops’ novel stylus input support may be a subject of intense interest for the artistic and bohemian crowd of creative people. That is because they are the ones who normally haunt Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival 2017 for its psychedelic musical aura.

“Coachella is the perfect venue to launch and show the inking capabilities in our new Pavilion line up because of the festival’s strong focus on music and art. Attendees can use the inking platform to create their own memorable experience at the show,” said Kevin Frost vice president and general manager of consumer personal systems, HP Inc.

“Our latest Pavilion is a convertible offering features typically reserved for our premium products, including pen for those who want to draw or take notes directly on the screen, so students and aspiring digital creators can interact and create on our PCs in new and unique ways.”

HP is furthermore luring in the artsy people via its DIY bandana-designing stations at its cool stall in the festival. These Pavilion laptops are in the convertible x360 and non-convertible Notebook choices.

One of the people who tested the x360’s stylus to design a bandana found it to be a smooth and successful operation. Stylish lines of varying thickness were produced with the instrument.

This pen of sorts runs on Windows Ink. The laptop’s screen was technicolored and easy to decipher. Everything could be seen with crystal clarity on the viewing space.

Besides the stylus input support, the notebooks also feature Intel and AMD processors which go on all the way up to Core i7 or A10. Thus the performance is absolutely the best. It is better than all the rest.

Also the choice of adding an infrared camera for Windows Hello facial-recognition logins will be available to anyone who wants to utilize this technology. However, for those comfortable with the standard web camera, this facility too should work just fine.

The design of the Pavilion laptops is where you can separate the men from the boys. The various colorful exteriors leave one amazed and amused. They comprise of blue, red, pink, gold and silver hues. The bezel is also slimmer near the display unit. You get to pick the screen resolution you want to in a jiffy.

However, the lack of a high resolution feature is the only way these laptops let the consumer down. The smooth design and funky hues make the laptops the best that money can buy. They are also there for a number of purposes. Having several ports, these laptops are also quite configuration-friendly.

The prices differ depending on which one catches your eye. The HP Pavilion x360 11", 14" and 15" convertibles are available now at starting prices of $349, $449 and $579 respectively. And P Pavilion 14", 15" and 17" Laptops are available now at starting prices of $699.99, $599.99 and $629.99 respectively.

If a consumer happens to be in the environs of Coachella this year, a visit to the HP tent is a must for a gander at these cool and classic laptops.

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