HP has announced a wide range of laptops and one of them being its budget HP Pavilion 13 powered by the latest 11th Gen Intel Tiger Lake mobile processors. This new laptop is a much-improved version from last-gen with both design and hardware changes.
So, the new Pavilion 13 features a 13-inch display with 84% screen-to-body ratio, now coming with 3-sided micro-edge bezel display. So, the laptop looks lot more modern than before in a smaller chassis and it will be interesting to see if HP offers the laptop in HD, FHD or UHD resolutions previously or not.
The laptop is still made up of a metal chassis and will be available in three color options: All-Silver Edition, Warm Gold/Luminous Gold, and Ceramic White/Natural Silver. Powered by the revolutionary 10nm based Intel Tiger Lake CPUs with new Xe graphics should help give great performance both in CPU as well as on the graphics front.
As this is a budget laptop, so as per HP, the new Pavilion 13 will provide up to 8:30 hours battery life with fast charge support – 50% battery within 30 minutes. Although fast charging is reserved for the machine’s proprietary charging port, with support for Type-C charging as well.
Coming in with a new Intel Tiger Lake CPU, means you get the improved integrated Wi-Fi 6 modem on-board. Also there’s Bluetooth support, B&O-branded speakers along with an optional fingerprint reader as well.
So, the new HP Pavilion 13 will be available in the US from October via HP.com, Amazon, Costco.com, and other retailers as well with a starting price of $679.99.
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