September 23, 2020
The HP Pavilion 13, HP Pavilion 14, and HP Pavilion 15 laptops showcase a progressive new tonal colour-blocking design and are the first consumer laptops available from HP to feature 11th Gen Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics. The new devices are also the company’s first consumer notebooks using post-consumer-recycled and ocean-bound plastics.
Never before has the PC been more essential among the Gen Z population. They have turned to PCs to connect with friends and family, stay entertained, and learn in digital classrooms. HP said that this generation has spent almost 10 more hours a week on their PC during COVID-19 than before, and over half of them are using the PC more than their phones.
“When it comes to PCs for the newest generation of users, we want to help power their fun not only during the pandemic but in the years to come,” said Kevin Frost, global lead and General Manager, Consumer, Personal Systems, HP Inc. “?HP packs powerful performance features and a youthful, colourful premium design into its newest Pavilion clamshells, making them accessible to everyone to stay connected, entertained, and learning.”
HP explained that sustainability continues to be a key focus for the company across the full portfolio of PCs and solutions. The new Pavilions feature the use of post-consumer recycled and ocean-bound plastics in the construction of the speaker housing – and its use in these devices is estimated to keep approximately 92,000 plastic bottles out of the oceans and landfills. The outer boxes and fiber cushions used in packaging the new devices are also 100% sustainably sourced and recyclable. The laptops are also EPEAT Silver registered and Energy Star certified.
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