‘Driving the young generation’: Here’s how HP helps fuel the creativity of the Gen Z’s and millennials | Inquirer Technology

‘Driving the young generation’: Here’s how HP helps fuel the creativity of the Gen Z’s and millennials

10:58 AM November 20, 2019

Raised within a fast-paced environment, the young generation has become accustomed to doing so many things at the same time. Whether that’d be pursuing their passion for art while working a full-time job or studying for their degree while being self-made entrepreneurs, these Gen Z’s and young millennials know how to utilize technology to fuel their creativity and achieve their goals. 

This determination and relentless “go-getter” attitude is what makes them bolder, more eager to explore ideas that go beyond their comfort zones. 

Realizing the potential of this young breed of creators and passionate entrepreneurs, HP introduces the Pavilion x360 PC, its latest flagship laptop which is the perfect device to allow these fired-up individuals to create and execute ideas that can help start-up their passions.


Gen Zs and young millennials will find the HP Pavilion x360’s ultrathin and light design ideal for their mobile lifestyles as it mirrors their powerful and flexible personality. Users can switch from laptop to tablet depending on their current work environment.

No time is wasted because with tablet mode, they can be in the perfect position to write and edit their posts, or draw and share designs for their next passion project while in transit or in traffic. A durable 360-degree geared hinge lets users work on their business plans in laptop mode, connect with their network of friends and watch presentations and self-help videos in stand mode, or play their favorite games in tent mode.

Knowing that Gen Z’s and young millennials are such multi-taskers, the HP Pavilion x360 runs on up to 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor that can take on any number of tasks, at any time, making multi-tasking fast and easy. Content creators need to always come up with something at an instant and HP’s latest laptop lets them do that with ease. The power of the processor also eliminates any downtime, allowing them to maximize every available minute.

With the HP Pavilion x360, they can easily create, edit and enhance videos or graphics, to make their pages stand out and more impactful. There is simply no limit to what they can do with the flagship laptop’s NVIDIA® MX250 2GB DDR5 discrete graphics and a 128GB SSD and 1TB HDD dual storage. 

Pavilion x360 has solid state drive (SSD) that gives you faster boot time and better speed, 3x faster to start-up from sleep and 33% longer battery life. 

The HP Pavilion x360 PC’s micro-edge bezel design makes the 14-inch screen look much bigger than before. This makes the laptop ideal not only for viewing videos but also for video conferencing, enabling users to attend to the call of business wherever they are. The Full HD IPS touchscreen also helps them change pages or applications with ease.

Add to that is its dual HP speakers that also have HP Audio Boost, and custom tuning with Audio by B&O which gives rich and authentic audio experience. 

Its simultaneous pen and touch lets users write, draw, and touch on a device with full support for Windows 10 Inking features. Microsoft’s Universal Pen standards, or any Universal Pen accessory allows users to take notes or modify files anytime they want.

The HP Pavilion x360 in Natural Silver color is available at all HP concept stores, authorized HP reseller outlets in SM Cyberzones nationwide and online via HP Flagship Store on Lazada and Shopee. Price starts at Php38,990.


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TOPICS: HP, HP Pavilion x360, Laptop
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