HP introduces its first 16-inch Pavilion Plus laptop, equipped with Windows 11 and the latest Intel and AMD processors. The laptop, designed for content creation and collaboration, incorporates sustainability in its design and offers features such as face recognition and a dual array mic.
Introducing HP’s First 16-inch Pavilion Plus Laptop
HP has recently unveiled its first-ever 16-inch Pavilion Plus laptop, a significant addition to the Pavilion Plus line. This new model is expected to be available in October, and it’s designed to enhance creative content creation and collaboration on-the-go.
What’s New with Windows 11 and Latest Processors
Equipped with Windows 11 and the latest processors from Intel and AMD, the Pavilion Plus 16 promises a seamless user experience. Plus, with Windows Hello face recognition and a 5MP camera, you can log in quickly and easily.
“This is the latest addition to the Pavilion Plus line, designed to drive creative content creation and collaboration on-the-go, with Windows 11 and the latest processors from Intel and AMD.”
Major Updates: Sustainability and Display
The 2023 Pavilion Plus portfolio has also incorporated sustainability into its design, utilizing 20% post-consumer recycled plastics and 50% recycled metal. This is a major step forward in HP’s commitment to environmental responsibility.
In terms of display, the Pavilion Plus 16 introduces a 16-inch 2.5K WQXGA display in an Intel Evo Certified design. Coupled with NVIDIA RTX 3050 Graphics and a 120Hz variable refresh rate, users can expect an immersive experience with precise details and maximized power efficiency.
“The Pavilion Plus 16 introduces a 16-inch 2.5K WQXGA display in an Intel Evo Certified design.”
What’s Important to Know: Processor Options and Windows Studio Effects
The Pavilion Plus 14 can be powered by either a 13th Gen Intel Core i7 processor or an up to AMD Ryzen 7 7840H Processor. On select AMD versions, AMD Ryzen AI, a dedicated AI engine built into AMD’s processor, unlocks the video conferencing features of Windows Studio Effects.
However, it’s important to note that Windows Studio Effects, which include background blur, eye contact, and automatic framing, are hardware dependent and require a qualified Neural Processing Unit (NPU).
Stay tuned for more updates and announcements from HP regarding the Pavilion Plus line and other products.
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