HP Inc has unveiled a host of next-generation Pavilion devices, which the company claims will "bring premium features and designs into its convertible, notebook and desktop PCs".
Built with digital personal assistant Cortana in mind, these new machines come in the form of the HP Pavilion x360s 14 and 15 convertibles, the Pavilion 14 and 15 notebooks and, finally, some Pavilion desktop devices.
The most notable of the lot is probably the HP Pavilion x360s 14 and 15 convertibles, which HP claims are "infused with premium features and design elements" to enable users to "tackle any task".
Stand outs include fingerprint readers on select models for a safer logon experience, chrome-plated hinges to allow users to switch the device into four different modes, and a more narrow bezel design, which allows a 14in and 15in display to fit in a 13in and 14in chassis, respectively, thus making them more compact.
There's also support for Windows Ink to transform the convertible into a canvas for drawing on photos or marking up webpages in Microsoft Edge, the firm said.
The x360s devices are powered by Intel's 8th Gen Core i5 and i7 dual and quad processors with Nvidia MX130 or AMD Radeon 530 dedicated graphics options. The 14in model will start at $499 (£350) and the 15in version will start at $579 (£400), HP said. Both are planned to be available via HP.com on 9 May.
The company's other new laptops, the Pavilion 14 and 15, are supposed to be more about power and quality in more portable designs.
HP claims they offer more than 11 hours of battery life, depending on the model, and are powered by either Intel's 8th Gen Core processors or the latest AMD Ryzen Mobile Processor with the option of Radeon Vega integrated graphics. There's also up to 512GB of SSD storage or up to 2TB HDD storage on the 15in device.
The 14in HP Pavilion Notebook will start at $369 (£260) and is planned to be available via retailers on 3 June, while the 15in device will start at $629 (£450) and planned to be available via HP.com and other retailers on 30 May.
Finally, HP also unveiled its new HP Pavilion Desktop portfolio, which is powered by a choice of either Intel's 8th Gen Core i+ processors or the new 2nd generation AMD Ryzen processors alongside discrete graphic options including Nvidia's GTX 1060 or AMD Radeon RX 580 cards.
There'll be the option of either a 512GB SSD, or up to 3TB storage in HDD format, with optional dual storage, and optional Intel Optane memory.
HP didn't mention availability for the desktop machines, but expect to see them in stores by summer.
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