HP Inc. introduces HP Pavilion Power notebook range

Posted by News Room On Monday, October 9, 2017 0 comments
HP Inc. introduced an exciting range of HP Pavilion Power notebooks, specially designed to meet the needs of creative professionals. These notebooks feature highly powerful graphic and computing capabilities, paired with a bold and daring design. The Pavilion Power series  is a showcase of HP’s focus on innovation in technology and aesthetics and is designed to empower the ‘creators of tomorrow’.HP is committed to delivering amazing user experiences. Hence, the HP Pavilion Power range packs high performance features to fuel the creative abilities of users. The range features NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050  graphic card along with the latest 7th gen Quad core processor, Hybrid storage with 128GB PCIe SSD +1TB HDD storage* and HP Fast Charge (gets 90% charged in 90 minutes) – serving as an on-the-go workspace through the day. The Pavilion Power range comes preinstalled with MS Office Home & Student 2016 Edition (out of the box), which includes lifetime version of Microsoft Office productivity suite, i.e. MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel and MS OneNote for an immersive experience. Additionally, it features an IPS FHD Display along with Audio by B&O Play and HP Audio Boost thereby becoming a go-to launchpad for some unique entertainment experiences by the night. Not just this, the device features a metal keyboard deck, unique green backlight, speaker grill and lift hinge design for an ergonomic viewing experience.“At HP, we live our commitment to our consumers everyday – we keep reinventing. Our consumers help us evolve and we ensure they stay ahead of all technological advancements. Being a leader in Consumer PC segment, HP has strived to bring the best value to its customers – from design, form-factor to engineering and performance. With HP Pavillion Power, we are reaching out to the creative profressionals seeking to fulfil their creative passions by turning visions into reality,” said  Anurag Arora, Head- Consumer Personal systems, HP Inc. India.

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