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HP Launches Pavilion Power Notebooks In India

Pavilion Power Notebooks

HP Pavilion Power Notebooks come with 7th-gen Intel processors

HP launched its new range of Pavilion Power Notebooks in India last day and the company says that the laptops are targeted at professionals. The newest Pavilion Power notebook, launched in three variants, has been promised to provide “powerful” picture capabilities.

Pavilion Power Notebooks

The Pavilion Power laptops are powered package NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 pictures and by chips from Intel. A full-HD IPS display is sported by the laptops from HP and is being supplied with the option of storage with a 128GB PCIe SSD + 1TB of HDD storage.

The portable comes with a keyboard having an option of Acid Greenlighting. In the sound department, the combo of HP Audio Boost and B&O Play should enhance the entertainment quotient.

Pavilion Power Notebooks

At HP, we live our dedication to our consumers daily we keep reinventing. Our customers help us grow and we guarantee they remain ahead of all advancements. HP has strived to bring the best value to its clients form-factor to performance and engineering. Together with HP Pavillion Power, we are reaching out to the creative professionals seeking to fulfill their creative passions by turning visions into reality,” Anurag Arora, Head of Consumer Personal systems at HP India, has been quoted as saying in the organization’s press release.

Pavilion Power Notebooks

The Pavilion Power laptop has been made accessible in Shadow Black color. It comes with a starting price of Rs 77,999 and is currently available for sale in the nation through retail outlets.

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