The HP Pavilion x360 14 and 15 have been refreshed with a focus on entertainment. They’re both convertible laptops aimed at consumers that want to game or stream content from anywhere. The Pavilion x360 14 and 15 have been refreshed with modern internals, including Wi-Fi 6, and have an improved design with a higher screen-to-body ratio compared to previous models. You can order the Pavilion x360 15 starting today for $750 but will have to wait until spring to purchase the Pavilion x360 14.
In view of marketing to “Gen Z” during a streaming-heavy pandemic, HP says it has optimized the new line for entertainment. The bezels have been reduced — something you’ll likely appreciate when watching videos and HP has included a simplified version of its Omen Gaming Hub, which allows you to customize your keystrokes, lighting, and other features.
The two new Pavilion x360 laptops also have a smaller footprint than before. For example, the 14-inch version has been shrunk down from a width of 221mm to 209mm, and its weight has dropped from 1.61kg (3.5 pounds) to 1.50kg (3.3 pounds).
Other specs include an 11th Gen Intel Core i3/i5/i7 processor, storage up to 1TB, Intel Iris Xe graphics (in the i5 / i7 systems), and optional Wi-Fi 6. HP also is promoting the sustainability of the new computers, claiming they use post-consumer recycled and ocean-bound plastic and recycled aluminum.
The 14-inch Pavilion x360 will come in three colors: “natural silver,” “warm gold” (premium only), and “spruce blue” (non-premium only). The 15-inch version comes in “natural silver.”