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The Pavilion Aero 13 is HP’s lightest consumer laptop to date. It weighs a maximum of 2.18 pounds (0.987 kg), making it one of the most portable laptops available, regardless of kind or size. AMD’s Ryzen 5000 mobile processors, up to a Ryzen 7 5800U, are also used.
The Aero comes in four colors on the outside: soft rose gold, warm gold, ceramic white, and natural silver. This is the first Pavilion with a 90 percent screen-to-body ratio, so it’s not just about losing weight. The Pavilion has generally been HP’s budget brand, with a larger and clunkier design than the company’s more expensive lines, but this year, HP has shrunk the bezels and chassis footprints on a number of its models.
It’s hardly surprising that this product will only work with AMD processors. Across the board, the current Ryzen generation has been more efficient than competitive Intel chips. The 5000 generation has enabled manufacturers to produce astonishingly thin and light systems this year since they require less heavy-duty cooling to perform well. With AMD’s Ryzen 9 5900HX inside, Razer was able to deliver its thinnest and lightest Blade laptop ever.
Since several Ryzen chips have lately been priced lower than equivalent 11th Gen Intel chips, they are also a good fit for the Pavilion range. While AMD systems have progressed into higher-priced tiers in recent years, affordability remains one of the core areas where they are competitive. The Ryzen-powered Zenbook 13 OLED from Asus has established itself as one of the cheapest OLED devices on the market.
The Aero 13 OLED will be available for $749 when it launches in July.
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