Dell laptops have traditionally been more affordable than the competition, but the new HP Pavilion laptop charger from Intel is likely to be more popular.
This article is based on an interview with HPC, the company behind the new charger.
The HP Pavilion is an Intel-powered notebook that offers a range of laptops, including the Pavilion 15, which has a 13.3in screen, the Pavilion Pro and the Pavilion X1.
We tested the Pavilion 13, which is still on sale, as well as the HP Pavilion 11, the previous generation model, which had a 13in screen.
The Pavilion 13 is one of the most affordable laptops available, and it can be found in the US for $1,799.
The 15 is an alternative, but it costs $1:2,799 and is available in India for $899.
We also tested the 14, which costs $999, and the HP Yoga 2, which comes in a 12.9in screen size and costs $899 in India.
Both the 15 and 14 have a USB Type-C port and are compatible with the newest generation Intel Core i5-4460, i7-4790, and i7 series processors.
Dell has not announced pricing or availability for the 15 or 14 yet, but we expect them to be available by the end of the year.
We’ve included the specs below, along with a quick review of each model.
The specifications of each laptop charger have also been given below.
Price HP Pavilion 15 HP Pavilion 13 HP Pavilion 10 HP Yoga 1 HP Pavilion 12 Price £1,499 $1