HP India launches a new premium laptop called HP Pavilion Power. The device is priced at INR 79,990 and offers top of the line specifications for the professional users who require a lot of raw GPU and CPU performance without being loosing a larger chunk of money.
The device will be available across the HP outlets and HP authorised resellers. Here is the complete set of specifications for the HP Pavilion Power.
First and foremost, the device offers a standard 15.6-inch IPS LCD touch-enabled display with matt finish and anti-glare technology. The entry-level variant is priced at INR 79,990 which features Intel 7th generation Quad-core SoC, and one has to shell out extra thousands if they wish to go with the i7 model. In terms of RAM, the entry-level model features 8 GB RAM and goes up to 32 GB RAM on high-end models.
The laptop also offers full-fledged QWERTY keypad with dedicated numerical keyboard and backlight lighting (green colour). For the processing power, the device offers Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti 6 GB LPDDR5 graphics card and re-engineered fans for the thermal control.
In terms of storage, the laptop offers 128 GB PCIe SSD storage with 1 TB hard disk. Finally, the device offers a fully licensed version of Windows 10 64-bit operating system along with a lifetime subscription for MS Office Home & Student 2016 Edition. in terms of ports, the device offers all the necessary standard ports like 2 full sized USB 3.0 ports, USB 2.0 port, HDMI port, and LAN port as well.
Though the company names it as the HP Pavilion Power, for the price tag, there are better options available in the market. The full plastic body is one more thing where the device fails to impress the audience. Finally, this is a great laptop which is bit overpriced compared to the already available options in the Indian market. Whats your view on this HP Pavilion Power? Share your views in the comments below.