HP is refreshing its lineup of mainstream Pavilion x360 convertibles today, offering up new 11-, 14-, and 15-inch models. At the lower end of things, the new Pavilion x360 11 includes a quad-core Intel Pentium Silver N5000 CPU, 4GB DDR4 RAM, and a 128GB SSD for $399. It has an 11.6-inch 1366x768 display.
Both the 14- and 15-inch models ship with Intel's Whiskey Lake CPUs, also offering dedicated graphics. You can get the Pavilion x360 14 with an Nvidia GeForce MX130 or MX250, and the x360 15 comes with AMD Radeon 535 graphics. The two convertibles also include "three-sided micro-edge bezels", as you an see from the image above.
They also comes in new colors, including Cloud Blue, Pale Gold, and Natural Silver. The 11-inch model will be available in June at Best Buy, starting at $399.99, while the Pavilion x360 14 is coming to HP.com in April and Best Buy in May, starting at $499.99. The Pavilion x360 15 will arrive on HP.com in April, starting at $799.99.
HP also announced a couple of new monitors, the 27f 4K Display and the 34f Curved Display. Pricing and availability for those will be announced at a later date.