HP presents Pavilion notebook PCs which come with enhanced features.
Incorporating HP's MUSE (materials, usability, sensory appeal and experience) design, the redesigned HP Pavilion g4 and g6 feature curved, beveled edges with elements of precision. With a bowl-shaped keyboard deck and textured touchpad with bowl-set curvature, the g-series provides better audio experience as a chrome strip bordering the speaker serves as a visual cue for audio while the exposed speaker bar provides better sound projection.
Boasting an infinity waterfall edge, the HP Pavilion dv4, dv6, and dv7 conforms comfortably to the hand, allowing for an easy hold. Additionally, for the dv6 and dv7 models, an exposed speaker bar is integrated with the display, magnifying the dv series' Beats Audio experience by projecting audio directly towards the user.
|HP Pavilion||Price (USD$)||Available Colors|
|g4||499||Black, Winter Blue, Ruby Red|
|dv4||699||Licorice Black, Carmine Red|
All redesigned HP notebooks with Mosiac design elements will be available in APAC starting 8 April 2012.
Read on for the full press release.
ASIA PACIFIC – HP today unveiled Pavilion notebook PCs that delight users with new styles and enhanced features.
The updated consumer notebook PCs reflect HP’s new Mosaic design approach, ensuring that each HP notebook, while individually unique, breathes a common design DNA.
The Mosaic approach is an extension of the MUSE (materials, usability, sensory appeal and experience) design philosophy, introduced in May 2010. The MUSE design philosophy includes a mix of materials such as metals, alloys and plastics; easy-to-use features for improved usability; a blend of artisan elements for sensory appeal; and intuitive features for simple experiences.
Mosaic fuses together the multifaceted elements of MUSE, including rich colors, premium materials and purposeful shapes, to form one comprehensive design language that spans the consumer notebook portfolio. Similar to a mosaic art piece, each HP notebook line represents a small piece of the canvas that, when combined, builds into a beautiful picture of the HP product family.
HP Pavilion g-series notebook PCs – Simple yet Distinct
The redesigned HP Pavilion g4 and g6 feature curved, beveled edges with elements of precision. A bowl-shape keyboard deck and textured touchpad with bowl-set curvature further define the series’ distinct form. There are three color options available – sparkling black, winter blue and ruby red.
The g-series’ audio experience is enhanced with both design and functional elements. A chrome strip bordering the speaker serves as a visual cue for audio, while the exposed speaker bar provides better sound projection.
HP Pavilion dv-series notebook PCs – Powerful yet Graceful
Influenced by kinetic energy with its tapered chassis and slim top view,the new HP Pavilion dv4, dv6 and dv7 boast an infinity waterfall edge, with a metal finish on select models. Coupled with the soft-touch bottom panel, the sleek dv-series conforms comfortably to the hand, making it easy to hold. They are available in either licorice black or carmine red for the dv4 and in midnight black for the dv6 and dv7 models.
For the Pavilion dv6 and dv7, an exposed speaker bar is integrated with the display, and it magnifies the dv series’ Beats Audio experience by projecting audio directly towards the user.
Pricing and availability
The redesigned HP notebooks with Mosiac design elements are expected to be available in Asia Pacific from 8 April 2012.
HP Pavilion g4 and g6 will have a starting price of approximately USD$499 and USD$529, respectively.
HP Pavilion dv4, dv6 and dv7 will have a starting price of approximately USD$699, USD$749 and USD$849, respectively