Superlight notebooks are becoming popular among laptop manufacturers with systems such as the LG Gram, the Samsung Galaxy Book ProAnd so on, and now HP is trying to make it super portable with the new Pavilion Aero.
Weighing less than a kilogram (2.18 pounds to be exact), it’s not just the Aero that’s easy to use. It’s also the lightest non-enterprise laptop HP has ever made. And although the Aero doesn’t have the fancy Envy or Specter badges that HP tends to reserve for its more premium devices, the Aero still comes with features. Some useful bonuses
Despite a starting price of just $750, the Aero is the first Pavilion notebook to feature an all-magnesium and aluminum chassis. It is available in four elegant colors: pale rose gold, warm gold, ceramic white and natural silver.
Then, to help boost productivity, HP dropped the Aero edges and installed a taller 13.3-inch 16:10 aspect ratio display, offering 400 nits of brightness (for better outdoor viewing). 90% per unit and 2.5K resolution
Meanwhile, on the inside, the Aero comes with an AMD Ryzen 5000 series CPU (no Intel option) and integrated Radeon graphics, which HP says should last up to 10.5 hours on a single charge. HP also offers other useful features such as AI noise cancellation to help keep background noise to a minimum while you video calls. In addition to Wi-Fi 6 support for strong wireless connections.
Unfortunately for those looking for more information about the Aero such as port details. battery size and configuration options You’ll have to wait because HP hasn’t added any official listings for Aero to their official website yet. (HP said it plans to provide more details and information near the launch.)
Finally, for those who want to pair their laptop with a monitor for work or home learning. HP is also introducing its new 24 and 27-inch FHD monitors (HP M24fwa FHD and HP M27fwa FHD, respectively), which come with AMD FreeSync Support, dual built-in speakers and Eyesafe certification to help reduce harmful blue light.
The HP Pavilion Aero is expected to be available in early July starting at $750, with HP’s new 24- and 27-inch monitors launching next month with prices starting at $230 and $290.