Aero is the lightest consumer laptop ever in HP’s New Pavilion

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Image: HP – Laptops with systems like the LG Gram, Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and others are becoming increasingly popular among laptop makers, with HP trying to make their own, ultra-portable versions with the new Pavilion Aero.

The Aero is not only very easy to lug in, it’s actually the lightest non-commercial laptop HP ever made. It is less than a kilogram (2,18 pounds to be exact). Although HP usually reserves the Aero for more premium devices, it still has some convenient bonus features, even though the Aero doesn’t have an elegant envy or specter badge.

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The Aero Pavilion was the only notebook with all magnesium and aluminum chassis available in four luxurious colors, despite a starting price of only $750. Pale rose gold, warm golden, ceramic white and natural silver.

To further productivity, HP then rubbed down the Aero Bezels and equipped them, delivering 400 nit of brightness (for improved outward view), a 90% display/body ratio and a 2,5K resolution with a taller 13,3-cinch 16:10 aspect ration display.

In the interior the Aero is furnished with a 5000 series AMD Ryzen CPU (no Intel options available) and Radeon Graphics integrated, which HP says should last for a single charge for up to 10.5 hours. In addition to Wi-Fi 6 for strong wireless connectivity, HP also contains other useful features such as the removal of AI noise to help keep background sounds to a minimum.

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Unfortunately, if you’re looking for additional information on Aero such as ports, battery size and configuration options, you just need to wait for HP not to have an official Aero listing on its official website yet. (HP says that it plans to supply additional information and details closer to launch.)

Finally, HP also has new 24 and 27 inch (HP M24fwa FHD and HP M27fwa FHD) FHD monitors, with the AMD FreeSync Support, dual integrated speakers and the Eyesafe certification, for those who want to pair their laptop with a monitor for work or learning from their home. In addition, HP will also provide Eyesafe Certification.

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The HP Pavilion Aero will be sold at $ 750, with HP’s new 24″ and 27″ monitors starting next month at $ 230 and $ 290 as well.