In India, HP has introduced the Pavilion range of laptops, which includes 12th-generation Intel Core Core processors. According to HP, the new Pavilion laptops are manufactured using materials derived from ocean-bound plastics and recycled aluminium.
The display of the HP Pavilion 15 was created in consultation with physicians. It has an EyeSafe-certified display, which should allow users to view material on the screen without straining their eyes. By presenting an always-on blue light filter, the new technology is built into the display and helps keep the user’s eyes pleasant.
The 15-inch variant has an 85% screen-to-body ratio, 100% sRBG Panels, and TNR capabilities. Furthermore, the device supports Microsoft High Dynamic Range (HDR) streaming and comes standard with High-Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) on FHD panel choices for a more colourful viewing experience. It is powered by the most recent Intel 12th Generation and AMD 5000 series Processor.
Moreover, HP says that the laptop has a battery life of up to 8.75 hours. It also supports HP Fast Charge and has an Adaptive Battery Optimizer to help consumers get the most out of their batteries.
The display of the laptop is framed by narrow bezels and features an anti-glare coating. It includes a full-size, backlit keyboard with a numeric keypad. In terms of price, the HP Pavilion 15-inch with Intel chips starts at Rs 65,999. The AMD version will set you back at least Rs 59,999.