Hewlett-Packard is gearing up for massive summer releases, with the 360 hinge-convertible, standard laptops, desktop towers and all-in-ones at the heart of it all. This range promises to be trendy, as is expected of all HP products.
The core USP of these summer releases is the Pavilion range. The products are meant to be 12-14% thinner, thus helping with the general requirement of mobility.
The variants in the laptops include the option of Intel Core i7 processor or 7th generation AMD A12-9700P quad-core processor, GTX940MX or GTX950M or GTX 960M graphics cards. They have a maximum HDD of 2TB and various other options in SSD.
Set to be released for sale (only on the company website) on May 15, the 15.6 inch HP Pavillion x360, is lighter than its predecessor, the 11.6 inch one (the price of which has been reduced to $379.99). It’s starting price is set to be $579.99.
Later, on May 29, the 13.3 inch Pavillion x360 will also go on sale, for a price of $479.99.
The new 14-inch Pavilion notebooks will be made available to a select few retailers from June 12. The 15.6 inch Pavilion notebook will go on sale from May 18, at a starting price of $599.99.
On the other end, the All In One HP Pavilion will also have a new member of its family in the form of the 23.8-inch Pavilion.
It will be made available from July 10, at a price of $699.99, and the 27 inch priced at $999.99, will be available from July 3.
Such an elaborate summer campaign is clearly aimed at broadening the customer base. The success, now completely depends on the first responses over the next few months.