HP had announced at the CES 2015 show that it would launch a new desktop in the Pavilion and Stream series on or before 15th of January. But for some reasons, HP had delayed the launch.
Yesterday, the computer manufacturer surprised all of us by making the Pavilion Mini desktop available for purchase through its official online store. The desktop has been introduced with 2 different hardware configuration for a price starting at Rs 19k (320 dollars).
Pavilion Mini with the best configuration can be owned for 450 dollars. This desktop features Intel Haswell computing technology based Core i3 processor. It has Intel’s HD 4400 graphics chip and 4GB of RAM for running the 64 bit Windows 8.1 OS.
The HP Pavilion Mini supports networking as it packs with Gigabit Ethernet chip, Bluetooth, and WiFi. Thus, you can transfer files between your PC and phone wirelessly over Bluetooth network.
Pavilion Mini is a good deal as it has 1 terabyte of storage memory. It also comes with USB, HDMI, display port and a MicroSD card reader. If your budget is around 320 dollars (20K in India), you can still buy the Pavilion Mini with Intel Celeron CPU and 500 GB hard disk drive.
The desktop was out of stock soon after it was officially listed on the HP store. Thus, if you want to own HP Pavilion Mini, you should check the online HP store often.
Along with the Stream Mini desktop, HP is reportedly planning to launch a 1000 dollar convertible laptop. According to some online news resources, this laptop will be named as Spectre 13 x360 and it will come with Intel Core I series 3rd or 4th generation processor. It will have 8GB of system memory, Intel 5500 high-definition graphics chip and a display with 2K resolution.
HP Spectre X360 will pack with a 56 or 54 Watts per hour battery. It will have a backlit keyboard, miniDP port and other hardware modules that can be found in all laptops. Spectre 13 x360 will run on Windows 8.1 OS. It will be 0.6 inch thin.