HP Pavilion x360 with 10th Gen Intel Core processor launched in India

By Xite - October 7, 2019
HP has launched the HP Pavilion x360 laptop with Alexa built-in app in India. Priced starting at Rs 45,990, the laptop is equipped with the 10th Gen Intel Core Processor and is available in Intel core....

HP Inc has launched the HP Pavilion x360 in India. The laptop is powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core processor and offers hands-free voice interactions with the built-in Alexa app. It is available in Intel core i3, i5, and i7 configurations at a starting price of Rs 45,990. Those who are interested in purchasing the product can get it from HP World Stores, leading multi-brand outlets like Croma, the HP Online Store, and e-commerce platforms, like Amazon, Flipkart, and Reliance digital.

‘HP continues to drive innovation by developing devices that have the latest features and advanced capabilities. The new HP Pavilion x360 with Alexa built-in is a first of its kind device for the India market and will empower consumers with the freedom to do more. It is a cutting-edge computing device for the new generation of millennials and Gen Z consumers of India,’ Vickram Bedi, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP Inc India, said in a statement.

The laptop weighs 1.58 kg and can be used in four distinct modes – laptop, tablet, reverse, and tent. The device comes with a 14.3-inch micro-edge bezel and a full-HD LED backlight touch-display. The HP Pavilion x360 is said to be the first laptop in India with built-in Alexa, which allows consumers to control music, timers, alarms, calendars, smart-home devices and more by just speaking ‘Hey! Alexa’ while web browsing, working, or streaming content.

As mentioned, the laptop is powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core processor. HP says that the performance of the processor has been optimised by Intel Dynamic Tuning technology that provides ‘amazing battery life, ultra-fast speed, and better productivity.’ It comes with storage options like a 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD and 512GB PCIe SSD6 and optional fingerprint reader. It also comes equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce MX250 GPU for higher graphics performance and more fluid media editing, casual gaming, and AR experiences.


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