At Coachella Music and Arts Festival 2017, HP Inc. announced a new lineup of Pavilion laptops with sophisticated designs, and features to inspire today’s students and tomorrow’s reinventors, reports ITRealms.
Head of consumer personal systems EMEA, HP Inc, Anne-Sophie Hadberg, said the new Pavilion convertibles and laptops deliver a rich set of features and performance options previously reserved for higher-end products, including the addition of premium materials like 3D metal, USB-C for more connectivity options and active pen support to bring Windows Ink to life on Pavilion x360s.
She also noted that in anticipation of the Creators Update from Microsoft and Windows Ink technology available on the new Pavilion x360, Coachella Festival Music and Arts Festival attendees will be able to interact with the PC in new and unique ways, witnessing how the entire HP portfolio provides unforgettable immersive experiences when technology, art and music come together.
“We are evolving our portfolio of products to meet the needs of everyone from today’s students to digital creatives, as their usage and interactions with computing devices continue to change,” she said, stressing that nowadays Pavilion products take proven innovations from our premium lineup and provides end users with the ability to play, create, connect and entertain.
The new Pavilion x360 gives customers what they want – mobility and flexibility in a convertible PC. Pavilion x360s not only morph into four modes, but also infuse premium materials and features like 3D metal, USB-C to enable more connectivity, and active pen support to bring Windows Ink to life.
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