new Delhi. Taking the connected PC market to a new level as usual, HP Inc. introduced the latest Intel 10th Generation chipset equipped with 4G LTE connectivity in the Indian market and HP 14S notebook with powerful internal. Its i3 processor and four GB RAM variants have been priced at Rs 44,999, while the i5 processor and eight GB RAM variants are priced at Rs 64,999. Along with this, the company has also launched HP Pavilion X360 14i5 PC, which will be available at HP World stores and online stores from July 1 for Rs 84,999.
The new notebook portfolio comes with 4G LTE connectivity, previously available with HP Premium notebooks such as the HP Elite Dragonfly and HP Spectrum X360. HP India Market Managing Director Vinay Awasthi said, the introduction of 4G LTE in mainstream devices will transform the experience of millions of PC users to work, learn and play anywhere and anytime in India.
With low fixed-line broadband and optimal security protocols for home Wi-Fi, 4G LTE plays an important role in providing fast and secure mobile connectivity. Weighing just 1.53 kg, the new stylish and lightweight HP 14S offers fast charging support with a long battery life of nine hours.
Powered by Intel's 10th Generation i3 / i5 processor, the HP 14S gets a micro-edge FHD display in 78 percent screen-to-body ratio. Buyers are being given a Reliance Jio SIM free with six months of free data (1.5 GB per day) under the launch offer, which will enable access to the Jio ecosystem and 30 percent on all Jio data plans after a six month free data period. Will get a discount of
The HP 14S features ultra-mobile design and is equipped with a Windows 10 operating system and built-in Intel XMM7360 4G LTE 6 with Intel Core i5 / i3 processor, which has the ability to provide fast, connected and secure solutions.
This post was published on June 10, 2020 11:35 am
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