HP Inc unveils Pavilion Power notebook at Rs 77,999

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New Delhi | Published: October 9, 2017 1:24:20 PM

HP Inc on Monday introduced 'Pavilion Power' notebook for creative professionals at a starting price of Rs 77,999.

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HP Inc on Monday introduced ‘Pavilion Power’ notebook for creative professionals at a starting price of Rs 77,999. Pavilion Power notebook is equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 graphics card and latest 7th-generation quad-core Intel processors. “With HP ‘Pavillion Power’, we are reaching out to the creative professionals seeking to fulfill their passions by turning visions into reality. Being a leader in the consumer PC segment, HP has strived to bring the best value to its customers — from design, form-factor to engineering and performance,” said Anurag Arora, Head-Consumer Personal Systems, HP Inc India, in a statement.

The device has full-HD IPS display along with audio by “B&O Play” and HP “Audio Boost”. The notebook features hybrid storage of 128GB Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) solid-state storage device (SSD) and 1TB hard disc drive (HDD) storage. The HP fast-charge technology enables 90 per cent charging in 90 minutes. ‘Pavilion Power’ comes pre-installed with MS Office Home and Student 2016 Edition. The device will be available in three variants at leading retail stores.

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