HP on Tuesday refreshed its budget gaming lineup with the HP Pavilion Gaming 16 laptop. The Pavilion Gaming 16 is the newest addition to the series that comes with enticing hardware and looks.
As the name suggests, the Pavilion Gaming 16 sports the 16.1-inch display with 1080p resolution. It comes in the standard Pavilion series chassis that looks similar to its siblings, the Gaming 17 and 15. It comes in the green-accents with an LED-backlit keyboard.
In terms of the hardware, the Pavilion Gaming 16 powers the Intel’s 10th generation Comet Lake-H processors. It comes with an option to choose from either the i5-10300H processor or the i7 10750H processor. It is accompanied by fast RAM and HDD/SSD.
One of the highlighting hardware of the gaming laptop is the GPU. Buyers have the option to choose GPU configuration up to Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Max-Q. It also has a 52.5-watt battery capacity. It runs on Windows 10 and comes with a few pre-installed softwares.
The Pavilion Gaming 16 starts from $799 for the base model and will be available for purchase by the end of June.