HP launched a new collection of notebooks in India to allow users to continue to work for social distance from home. The new portfolio offers an affordable 4 G LTE connection to Premium Laptops like Elite Dragonfly and Spectre X360, up to up to 8 GB of RAM and Intel Core i5 processors.
Two laptops are included – HP 14s and Pavilion X360 14 – which starts with Rs 44,999. HP states it is designed for its new line of products to remain linked constantly, in particular at low fixed band penetration locations in India.
The HP 14s could be a good alternative to consumers seeking a device that supports mobile connectivity and is ideal for light to medium productivity. The HP 14s “strengths in ultra-mobile design” and is 1.53 kg in weight. The FHD micro-edge display has a 14-inch ratio of 78 percent between the screen and the person in question.
It’s available in two sizes: Intel Core i3 with 10th-gen, and Core i5 with 256 GB of storage. It features an integrated Intel XMM 7360 4 G LTE modem for mobile connectivity. In addition to Wi-Fi networking, Bluetooth, SD card reader, USB-C port, two USB-A, and HDMI connectors, the HP 14s also has a 720p HD front camera.
Commenting on the launch, Vickram Bedi, Senior Director, Personal Systems, HP India Sector, said, “The HP 14s range aims to empower employees and employers to deal with this situation by remote work being the new standard. Being Indian’s first computer, we are looking to address key issues like the safety and connectivity of modern users, using personal Internet at an affordable price.
The HP Pavilion X360 14 is powered by an Intel Core i5 10th-generation processor with integrated graphics from Intel Iris Plus. The laptop uses the same Intel modem with a 4 G connection. The laptop has native access with voice-wake-on features to Amazon Alexa.
The company said there is a 14-inch FHD monitor with a screen-to-body ratio of 82.47 percent, with micro-edge bezels. The HP Pavilion X360 14 is supplied with the double HP HP Audio Boost technology from Bang & Olufsen Audio.
The HP 14s comes in 2 different versions one with a Core i3 processor, and the other with a Core i5, and a RAM of 8 GB costs the RS 44,999 and the other with a RS 64,999. Both models can now be purchased on-line as well as offline. In the meantime, the HP Pavilion X360 14 comes in natural silver, priced at Rs 84 999, and will be available from July 1st onward.
For other launch deals on the three laptops, HP has partnered Reliance Jio. A free Reliance Jio SIM card with 1.5 GB of daily data valid for 6 months is eligible for the customer service. After the six months duration of the free data kit, there will also be a discount of 30 percent on all prepayment plans. The offer can only be settled in Jio stores when the laptop purchase invoice is checked correctly.