HP has expanded its portfolio of always-connected PCs by launching a range of new notebooks under the HP 14s banner as well as a new HP Pavillion x360. These new notebooks come with 4G LTE connectivity, which allows users to stay connected to the internet without the need for Wi-Fi.
The HP 14s runs on Windows 10 and packs a built-in Intel XMM 7360 4G LTE6 modem. It is available with either a 10th Gen Intel Core i3 or a Core i5 processor. In terms of display, the device sports an FHD display with narrow bezels that are said to offer a screen-to-body ratio of 78%. In terms of ports, the device offers one USB Type-C port, two USB Type-A ports, a multi-media SD Card reader, and an HDMI port. The device also offers 256GB of storage.
The HP Pavillion X360 14 features a convertible design that allows the display to flip all the way to the back. Speaking of the display, the device is said to offer an 82.47% screen-to-body ratio, thanks to thin bezels. It is powered by a 10th Gen Intel Core i5 processor. The Pavillion x360 14 is said to offer 11 hours of battery life, hands-free access to Amazon Alexa, and dual-speakers with B&O Audio.
The HP14s with a Core i3 processor and 4GB RAM is available at Rs 44,999, while the variant with a Core i5 processor and 8GB RAM is priced at Rs 64,999. The HP Pavilion x360 14 i5 will be available July 1 onwards at a price of Rs 84,999.