Every so often, members of the Gen Z and millennial generations produce show-stopping feats that are fueled by passion. It would not be a surprise if one of them becomes the next big thing in a day or two. Unquestionably, these fired-up individuals are also the key activators in the upward mobility of entrepreneurship.
One information technology company is contributing to this growing young breed of entrepreneurs HP introduces the Pavilion x360 laptop, its latest flagship computer for passionate start-up youngsters.
With its portability feature, HP's latest offering allows its users to conveniently execute their ideas in full swing, regardless of time and place.
In the context of design, the Pavilion x360 exudes function and accommodation. Its ultrathin and light design makes it sufficiently dynamic to suit the powerful and flexible personality of Gen Z and millennials.
Coming in four modes, HP's Pavilion x360 utilizes a custom-fit solution through a durable 360-degree geared hinge – this is to let users meet the demands of their work environment or area of passion.
The laptop mode is ideal for the standard setup when creating business plans and the like; the tablet mode is best for time efficiency by being operative while in transit or in traffic; while the stand mode is perfect for watching presentations or self-help videos; and the tent mode is great for playing games and other virtual recreation.
The Pavilion x360 exhibits a micro-edge bezel design, which supports large viewing experience with its 14-inch screen. The Full-HD IPS touchscreen makes changing pages and switching applications easier and with potent speed.
Its dual speakers have HP Audio Boost and custom tuning by Bang & Olufsen, which gives rich and authentic sound experience.
The Gen Z and the millennials are known for their fast-paced way of doing things and their capability to multitask. In which case, the Pavilion x360 runs on up to 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor that can take on any number of tasks, at any time, linking all tech-based needs together in one user-oriented device.
HP's Pavilion convertible laptop also carries discrete graphics up to NVIDIA® MX250 2GB DDR5, and a 128GB SSD and 1TB HDD dual storage – these enable limitless possibilities to easily craft, edit, and enhance videos or graphics.
Its operating system has full support for Windows 10 Inking features, wherein simultaneous pen and touch operations are possible. Microsoft’s Universal Pen standards or any universal pen accessory allows the results-driven Gen Z and millennials to take notes and revise files anytime, anywhere.
There is also a pre-installed solid-state drive (SSD) that gives its users faster boot time and better speed. Equally important, its battery life can last up to 33 percent longer compared to its predecessors.
The HP Pavilion x360 in Natural Silver color is available at all HP concept stores, authorized HP reseller outlets in SM Cyberzones nationwide, and online via the HP Flagship Stores in Lazada and Shopee. Price ranges from P38,990 to P62,990.
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