HP Intros 3 New Pavilion Laptops Made Out Of Ocean Garbage

The three newest additions to HP’s iconic and long-running series of Pavilion laptops promise to be way greater than just a sum of their parts. But that is not such a high bar to clear once you realize a lot of those parts are literal trash fished out of the ocean. Joking aside, today’s announcement of the 2020 variants of the Pavilion 13, Pavilion 14, and the Pavilion 15 is truly somethin you do not see every day.

Or any day, in fact. But it is far from HP’s first foray into environmentally friendly initiatives. This direct approach to helping the environment is also quite refreshing to see while rumors about Apple ditching the iPhone 12 charger keep circulating the industry. Enough digressions: what you need to know about this trio of Pavilions is that they are quite capable workstations that utilize Intel’s latest, 11th-generation Core CPUs with the new Xe integrated graphics architecture, Wi-Fi 6 support, and every other modern bell and whistle you can think of.

Also, HP cleared 92,000 plastic bottles ouf of oceans and critical-condition landfills while making this limited-edition notebook family. All three laptops will be available for purchase in the United States next month, either directly from HP or one of its many stateside distributors like Amazon, Costco, Best Buy, and Walmart. The Pavilion 13 is set to start at $679, its 14-inch counterpart will go for as low as $579, and the Pavilion 15 will set you back at least $599 on launch day, whenever that is, exactly.

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