With its sleek lines and stylish look, the new HP Pavilion 14 Ultrabook offers up a unique blend of tech-savvy design and premium performance.
The company is taking a step forward with the new laptop by adding a built-in USB-C port and Thunderbolt 3 ports, which are expected to offer better performance for gaming and multimedia, but also provide a new form factor for the notebook’s keyboard.
In addition, HP has added a built in Intel Optane 2.0 storage system with its new ultrabook.
For those who don’t want to sacrifice the aesthetics of the ultrabooks design, the company is also adding a 5K display with support for HDR10 and Nvidia’s FreeSync technology.
HP is also making sure that the new ultracompact Ultrabooks aren’t a compromise for users looking for a more premium experience.
The new Ultrabox is available now at retailers like Amazon, Best Buy, Dell, and Lenovo.
The notebook is priced at $1,999, but will be available in early November.