HP Unveils AI-Enhanced Envy and Pavilion Laptops

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2024 is going to be the year of AI powered laptops. HP has just launched its latest Envy and Pavilion laptops, complete with AI-enhanced features.

These devices, part of what HP calls the “broadest consumer portfolio of AI-enhanced laptops,” are designed to elevate user productivity and creativity to unprecedented levels.

The new laptops come equipped with either Intel Core Ultra or AMD Ryzen processors, both of which boast dedicated NPUs to enhance performance.

HP has also thrown its own AI into the laptops. Called “Smart Sense”, it’s an AI-driven tool that automatically optimises device elements such as fan noise, temperature, and overall performance according to the user’s workflow.

Naturally, the laptops also support Microsoft’s Copilot in Windows.

HP Envy Series

The HP Envy series, including the new Envy x360 14-inch and 16-inch 2-in-1 Laptop PCs, promise to be adaptable to your needs.

These laptops are not just about power and performance; they’re about lifestyle.

With up to 17 hours of battery life, a high-strength aluminium design, and a choice between Intel or AMD Ryzen processors, these devices are built to keep up with you, no matter how hectic your schedule is.

HP Pavilion Series

The HP Pavilion series, on the other hand, is a creative’s dream, combining premium features with customisable performance.

The new Pavilion 16 inch Laptop PC offers a larger precision touchpad, backlit keyboard, and an optional IMAX Enhanced Certified OLED display.

The Pavilion series also offers a significant battery life increase, with up to 19 hours of battery life on devices with an Intel Core Ultra processor.

Pricing and availability

The 14-inch Envy model will be available from late March for $1,899, while the 16-inch model is set to launch in the second half of 2024 for $2,299. The Pavilion 16 is expected to hit the shelves in April, with prices starting at $1,699.

The new laptops will be available directly through HP’s online store, as well as Officeworks, Harvey Norman and JB Hi-Fi.

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  • Nick Broughall

    Nick is the founder and editor of BTTR. He is an award winning product reviewer, who has spent the last 20 years writing, editing and publishing technology and consumer content for brands like Finder, Gizmodo and TechRadar.

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