HP Pavillion x360, Spectre x360 Laptops With Active Pen Launched in India
On Wednesday 21st June 2017, HP India launched a new range of products which are aimed to enhance the student’s creativity and also for business applications. The HP India announced two latest convertible notebooks, one is HP Pavillion X360 and another one is HP Spectre X360 which is packed with latest hardware configurations such as 7th generation Intel core processor, Premium design and IPS Full-HD touchscreen display, and there is also additional HP active pen stylus which uses windows ink capabilities.
HP Pavillion X360 Laptop Price & Highlights
The all new Pavillion X360 convertible laptop comes in two display variants one is 11.6 inches priced Rs 40,290 and other is 14-inch variant priced Rs 55,290 in the Indian market. We have already mentioned main highlights of both convertible laptops, and the all new Pavillion X360 laptop comes with a metallic finish design which gives a premium feels to users. Both 11-inch and 14-inch variants use IPS full HD display, which comes with a full capacitive multi-touch display allows easy controlling while playing games.
HP Pavillion X360 laptop is powered by a latest 7th generation Intel processor with a NVIDIA GeForce card clubbed with a 2GB RAM ensures a maximum performance while working with 3D software renderings and high graphic games. Coming to storage options, Pavillion X360 convertible laptop includes a 1TB HDD storage, and there is additional 8GB SSD storage space for selected models. HP India promised that Pavillion X360 laptop comes with a 10hours of battery life and it supports HP Fast-charge technology.
HP Spectre X360 Laptop Price & Features
Last year HP launched a Spectre 13 laptop in Indian market which recorded reasonable sales in the laptop market, the company said that the Spectre X360 convertible laptop is the successor of the previous model. However HP improved and upgraded both design & Hardware section, the all new Spectre X360 laptop features a 13.3 inches IPS full-HD display, and the HP claimed that it has the capability to deliver up to 12 hours 45 minutes of battery backup with an HP fast charge technology. Coming to the hardware configurations, the Spectre X360 laptop powered by an Intel 7th generation processor with the combination of 16GB RAM and it includes 512GB of PCle SSD storage space.
Both the Spectre X360 and Pavillion X360 convertible laptops feature high-quality audio systems from Bang and Olufsen which is quite famous for sound technologies. With the HP audio boost feature, you will experience a rich audio and better sound quality on dual speakers. The two new laptops from HP are compatible with the HP active stylus pen through which you can execute multiple tasks such as creating realistic designs, writing and highlighting the words on the screen.
Sumeer Chandra, Managing Director at HP India, said that “With the best kind of tools and technology, India’s rich talent can further improve its skills and unleash creativity,” He also added that “HP as the market leader has always provided consumers with best-in-class devices, and we are gratified to offer this new range of notebooks powered with the impressive Inking feature. The notebook line-up with its powerful computing, linked with gorgeous displays and innovative abilities, which will transform the way bring-to-life and exhibit their ideas,”
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