Believing in the passion of Gen Zs and Millennials when it comes to their ideas, HP launched an updated version of their Pavilion x360 convertible laptops.
The 2019 version of the Pavilion x360 now sports 3-sided skinny bezels for a more compact design while retaining a 14-inch Full HD display and retaining the support for simultaneous pen and touch support via Windows Ink. Audio is still provided by Bang and Olufsen-tuned speakers, and you can opt for a fingerprint reader for secure login.
For the 2019 version, you get a variety of options that include up to 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processors, 128GB SSD and 1TB HDD dual storage, and an optional NVIDIA MX250 discrete GPU.
With such features, HP hopes that their latest line of laptops will help empower individuals to improve their talents, learn new skills, and turn their ideas to reality.
“We value how our young generations dream of having their own startup businesses not only to express their individuality and pursue their diverse passions but more importantly, to innovate and make a lasting positive difference in their communities and society,” HP Philippines Marketing Manager for Personal Systems Dos Roque said.
The Pavilion x360 convertible laptop starts at Php 39,990.