Redesigned 2019 HP Pavilion x360 series with GeForce MX250 graphics launching this April
If you don't want to break the bank buying a flagship HP Spectre x360 or mid-range Envy x360, then these new budget Pavilion x360 convertibles might just be for you. The OEM has refreshed its 11.6-inch Pavilion x360 11, 14-inch Pavilion x360 14, and 15.6-inch Pavilion x360 15 just in time for the Spring to Summer months.
The renewed Pavilion systems all share a similar matte plastic chassis design with identical Cloud Blue, Pale Gold, and Natural Silver color options. The 11-inch model, however, will lack many features found on the 14-inch and 15-inch systems including narrow bezels, dedicated graphics, 1080p resolution, and Core ix CPUs likely to keep costs low.
Moving up to the 14-inch Pavilion x360 14 is where things start to get interesting. SKUs can include up to a Core i7-8565U CPU with GeForce MX130 or MX250 graphics for a respectable level of gaming performance. The 15-inch Pavilion x360 15 will have similar features but with an integrated NumPad and optional Radeon 535 graphics.
The Pavilion x360 11, Pavilion x360 14, and Pavilion x360 15 will launch in June, May, and April, respectively, with starting prices ranging from $400 to $800 depending on the screen size. There appears to be no AMD SKUs planned as of this writing.