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HP achieves miniaturization with AMD ultraportables, weighing more than 1 kg


This The best ultraportable laptop They are now so small that they are sometimes easier to carry than traditional pen and paper notebooks. HP’s new Pavilion Aero brings this concept to HP’s cheap computers equipped with AMD processors. With this name and a weight of less than one kilogram, it is clear that the goal here is to provide an experience similar to that of the MacBook Air, but for PC users who may want to be more wallet-friendly.

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But this does not mean that this laptop does not have promising features. HP has not announced the full specifications, but despite being so light, the computer’s case is made entirely of magnesium-aluminum alloy. We don’t have the full size yet, but this laptop also has a 13.3-inch 2560 x 1280 screen. Don’t expect to play games in this area, but the 16:10 aspect ratio and above-average resolution provide a lot of screen space for productivity.

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Speaking of productivity, this computer uses AMD’s Ryzen 7 5800U mobile processor.HP claims “up to 10.5 hours of battery life”, which is actually shorter than what we have seen on other similar computers, such as ASUS ZenBook 13.

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Unfortunately, this is all the specifications that HP currently tells us. The device does come in 4 colors, including gold, silver, rose gold and white. HP Pavilion Aero is expected to be released at HP.Com in July and at select US retailers in the fall, starting at $749.


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