HP's new Pavilion Power notebooks get the GTX 1050 treatment
Even though HP has been actively promoting their Omen gaming laptops as of late, the Pavilion series remains the most profitable brand. With the latest price cuts for Intel’s 7th gen mobile CPUs, HP has recently released their own under US$1,000 laptops with the Pavilion Power series.
CPU options for the Power models include the Intel Core i5-7300HQ and the i7-7700HQ, while the graphics are provided by Nvidia’s new GTX 1050. Check out our detailed review of the high-end HP Pavilion 15 Power 1GK62AV with the I7-7700HQ CPU.
Main specs include:
- a 15.6” IPS display with 1080p or 4K resolution
- 8 or 16 GB of DDR4 RAM
- 256 GB M.2 SSD option only for the top of the line model, and 1 TB 7200 rpm or 2 TB 5400 rpm HDDs for budget models
- 0.94” thickness and 4.87 lbs weight
Other features that are standard for all models include:
- a full-size backlit ghost white or acid green island-style keyboard with integrated numeric keypad
- Gigabit Ethernet support with dual band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2 combo
- HDMI and USB Typce-C connectors for external displays
All Power models are available now, with prices starting at US$949.99.