Redesigned HP Pavilion 14, 15 boast bigger screens, 11th-gen Intel chips


The HP Pavilion has gotten a major facelift in terms of design and display. Coming in 14- and 15-inch models, the new laptops take on a slimmer and more sophisticated form and the latest 11th-gen Intel Core processors.

Aside from the new CPU, these thin and light machines also offer immersive visuals with Intel Iris X graphics, offering new levels of performance to the Pavilion’s display. Both the Pavilion 14 and 15 can come with up to NVIDIA GeForce MX450 graphics.

To offer a great video and audio experience, the laptops are fitted with HP Dual Speakers, HP Audio Boost, and tuning by B&O. For an added immersive experience, the HP Wide Vision HD Camera features an 88-degree, wide-angle field of view to video chat in crystal clear detail.

Its overall look features an air of sophistication thanks to elegant hourglass edges, which help make opening the device easy from all three sides. The screen-to-body ratio is also bigger now, too, at 86% due to the slimmer bezels around the device.

Battery-wise, these machines can last up to 8.75 hours max. Charging it takes little time with the HP Fast Charge feature, which takes your battery from 0% to 50% in just 45 minutes.

Meanwhile, on the connectivity front, the new Pavilions support WiFi 6 and come with USB-C and HDMI 2.0 ports so they can easily connect with an external 5K monitor.

The HP Pavilion 14 is offered in a chic warm gold color while the 15-incher comes in a stylish fog blue. The smaller laptop starts at P47,990, while the Pavilion 15 starts at P59,990 through authorized HP resellers.

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