HP has launched a new Pavilion x360 notebook in the Indian market. It comes with a built-in Alexa support and 10th Gen Intel Core processor. Read more to find about HP Pavilion X360 Price in India, Specifications, and Features
The new HP Pavilion x360 with Alexa built-in is the first of its kind device for the India market. HP claims that the new laptop ‘will empower consumers with the freedom to do more.’
Additionally, the new device is touted to handle multi-threaded workloads and enables immersive entertainment experiences.
“It is a cutting-edge computing device for the new generation of millennial and Gen Z consumers in India,” said Vickram Bedi, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP India.
|Processor||10th Gen Intel Core i3/ i5/ i7|
|Internal Storage||1TB HDD + 256GB SSD / 512GB PCIe SSD6|
|Display||14.3-inch, full-HD LED backlight touch-display|
|Graphics||Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU|
The HP Pavilion X360 is powered by 10th Gen Intel Core processors (i3/ i5/ i7) along with 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD and 512GB PCIe SSD6 storage options.
Additionally, the Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU offers higher graphics performance for more fluid media editing, casual gaming and Augmented Reality (AR) experiences.
- Built-in Alexa
- Windows OS
- Fingerprint reader
- Intel ‘Dynamic Tuning’ tech
- Nvidia GeForce MX250 GPU
- Stylus support
The light-weight convertible weighs only 1.58kg. It sports a 14.3-inch full-HD LED backlight touch-display with a micro-edge bezel.
The Alexa-powered device allows you to control ‘Works with Alexa’ products and manage their smart homes. The app will work with the PC’s microphone and speakers.
Additional features include an optional fingerprint reader and Intel ‘Dynamic Tuning’ technology (offer more battery life, ultra-fast speed, and better productivity).
Price and Availability
|Price||Rs 45,990 (starting)|
The HP Pavilion x360 notebook is priced in India at a starting price of Rs 45,990. It will be available across the HP World Stores and leading multi-brand outlets.
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