Yesterday, HP revealed two HP Pavilion laptops. The HP Pavilion x360 14-inch, the more versatile of the two, is a 360-degree convertible PC that starts at $599. It uses Intel Core U-series CPUs from the 12th generation and includes an optional 5G connection.
The HP Pavilion x360 14-inch will be available in blue, pale rose gold, and natural silver starting in summer 2022. The Pavilion x360 14-inch display features an FHD resolution (1920 x 1080) with a brightness of 250 nits. These are entry-level specifications that correspond to the laptop’s pricing. Although the brightness of 250 nits is insufficient to withstand direct sunlight, it should suffice for home or office use.
HP Pavilion x360 14-inch Laptop comes with a lot of pre-installed features
HP Command Center, Performance Mode, Balanced Mode, and Power Saver Mode are among the features that allow you to adjust the laptop’s performance. HP Palette is also pre-installed. The machine’s sound is driven by dual speakers with Bang & Olufsen Audio and HP Audio Boost support.
A 5MP camera with HP Presence technology and AI Noise Removal, as well as an HP Wide Vision 720p camera, are included in the Pavilion x360 14-inch. For privacy and security, it’s also HP’s first consumer laptop with a manual camera shutter.
HP has improved the design of the Pavilion x360 14. The bezels are now smaller, and the internals has been updated. We won’t know for sure until the new model is released, but it could be one of the greatest budget laptops available.