HP announced the Pavilion Aero 13 OLED, the lightest portable computer on the market. It has a maximum weight of 2.18 pounds [0.987 kg], making it one of the most portable notebooks you can purchase of any kind or size.
The portable laptop is powered through AMD’s Ryzen 5000 mobile processors, up to the Ryzen 7 5800U.
On the outside, the Aero comes in four colours: pale pink gold, warm gold, ceramic white and natural silver.
Weight is not the only thing that shrinks, as the Pavilion Aero 13 is the first pavilion laptop from HP with a display-body ratio of 90 percent.
Over the years the Pavilion models have been HP’s budget laptops —they usually come with a bigger and sleek design than the company’s flagships.
This notebook laptop will be running on AMD-only processors — the latest Ryzen generation. Faster than the Intel chips — heavy-duty cooling to run well.
HP’s decision to go for Ryzen chip for this Pavilion Aero 13 could’ve been influenced by its cheaper price — since Intel’s current 11th generation chips are more expensive.
The OLED Pavilion Aero 13 display will be available in July for an introductory price of $749.