HP has a new Mosaic design approach, an extension to its MUSE (materials, usability, sensory appeal and experience) design philosophy, which focuses on improved usability and aesthetics to users. The Mosaic design was applied to the new range of Pavilion dv-series and Pavilion g-series of laptops that were announced today.
HP Pavilion dv-series
The new HP Pavilion dv4, dv6 and dv7 sport an infinity waterfall edge, tapered chassis, slim top view and metal finish on select models. Available in licorice black or carmine red for the dv4, and midnight black for the dv6 and dv7 models, the dv-series come with soft-touch bottom panel and are easy to hold. For the Pavilion dv6 and dv7, the exposed speaker bar is integrated with the display, and magnifies the dv series’ Beats Audio experience by projecting audio directly towards the user. The re-designed HP Pavilion dv4, dv6 and dv7 will be available in Asia Pacific from 8 April with a starting price of approximately US$699, US$749 and US$849 respectively.
HP Pavilion g-series
The redesigned HP Pavilion g4 and g6 feature curved, beveled edges with a bowl-shape keyboard deck and textured touchpad with bowl-set curvature which looked distinct. Comes in three color options – sparkling black, winter blue and ruby red; the g-series claim to offer enhanced audio experience with both design and functional elements. It has a chrome strip that borders the speaker which also serves as a visual cue for audio, while the exposed speaker bar provides better sound projection. The new HP Pavilion g4 and g6 will be available in Asia Pacific from 8 April with a starting price of approximately US$499 and US$529 respectively.