Notebook Reviews

HP Pavilion Notebook series: Review

Hewlett-Packard has announced its latest HP Pavilion Notebook series that is very different from the regular notebook options running in the market. The company has not only introduced its range of colored consumer notebooks, but has also launched touch convertible PCs. The company’s latest launches include the new HP Pavilion Notebook series, HP Envy 15 Notebook PC, Pavilion 23 All-in-One and Pavilion x360.


If we talk about the design and appearance of the latest series of consumer notebooks, then we can say that HP has really come up with a combo of performance and style. Its notebook series displays a sleek uni-body design. These notebook PCs are quite youthful with their shining colors, thinness and lightness. These fashionable devices look stylish and face lesser stress due to their innovative design. This new range features dual speakers with Beats audio. You may choose a device in vibrant red, aqua blue, natural silver or snow white color. The company has additionally launched a touch convertible PC called Pavilion x360, which has a 360-degree hinge to make it flexibly convertible from a notebook to a tablet or stand.


The HP Pavilion Notebook series is oriented toward high performance. When we talk about Pavilion x360, the Windows 8 device runs on a Pentium Quad Core Bay-Trail processor. It has 4 GB RAM and 500 GB HDD. On the other hand, the HP Envy 15 notebook has an internal storage capacity of 1.5 TB so you may store more pictures, video and music. This device is optimized for experiencing Windows 8.1 touch. Apart from this, HP’s new Pavilion 23 All-in-One performs wonderfully when it comes to online chatting and watching movies. This happens due to its HD touch screen and webcam.


The HP Pavilion Notebook series gives you all the benefits that can be received from a desktop PC. Pavilion x360 offers you an optimized touch screen along with an 11.6-inch LED antiglare widescreen that protects your eyes from constant strain. You can also make great use of the Control Zone track pad available in the HP Envy 15 notebook. This track pad makes navigation very easy. While these devices give you pleasurable musical experience, you may rely on Pavilion 23 All-in-One as the device for some great entertainment.

Support services

Along with these stylish devices, HP has also introduced colorful accessories to complement its latest gadgets. Apart from this, the company is offering a 3-year accidental insurance policy at around $17 for all notebook buyers.

Value for money

For now, HP has launched its new notebook range in India at a price tag of around $670. On the other hand, the HP Envy 15 notebook is priced at around $1,056 and Pavilion 23 All-in-One at around $1,140. The overall pricing structure looks satisfactory from a user’s perspective.


Related Articles

Back to top button