HP Unveils Pavilion Aero – Lightest Consumer Laptop Developed For Gen Zs

Keeping Gen Zs entertained, connected and productive as they advance in life

SINGAPORE, July 12, 2021 — Today, HP Singapore announced its lightest consumer laptop yet, the HP Pavilion Aero 13 Laptop PC. Developed with Gen Zs in Asia in mind, the Pavilion Aero delivers the power to support their quest in enjoying and exceling in all that they do.

Starting at less than 1 kilogram, the Pavilion Aero 13 offers ultimate mobility to Gen Zs who are constantly on the go. With optimum performance and precision viewing packed into a beautiful, flawless sustainable design, this new PC is best suited for Gen Zs zealous about pursuing their passions, letting them work hard and play hard no matter where they are, for hours.

The HP Pavilion Aero 13 is available in gorgeous color palettes including Pale Rose Gold, Warm Gold, Ceramic White, and Natural Silver.

“Today’s Gen Zs see the devices they use as an extension of themselves. They want a PC that is stylish, intuitive, and effective in helping them reach their goals, from education to interests,” said Yogesh Bhatia, Head of Personal Systems Category, HP Singapore and Malaysia. “The HP Pavilion Aero 13 Laptop PC brings the gorgeous premium look and feel of our Spectre and ENVY portfolios to the Pavilion line-up so more Gen Zs can experience HP’s best-in-class design and performance - in a stunning and incredibly lightweight form factor.”

“The hardware needs of the Gen Z demographic today are the most diverse. They need a PC that is lightweight and sleek to enable mobility, with impressive performance and long battery life to support their demanding tasks,” said Peter Chambers, Managing Director, Sales, AMD APJ. “Powered by our AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800U Mobile Processor with AMD Radeon™ Graphics, the HP Pavilion Aero 13 was developed in collaboration with HP to cater to the diverse interests and needs of today’s Gen Zs, bringing premium and no-compromise solutions for students and professionals at home or on-the-go.”