Gen Z’s and young millennials are so passionate about expressing their individuality and making the world a better place that most of them dream of owning start-up companies. This generation of socially-responsible individuals is also known for working on things that add meaning and purpose and for giving back to society.
But apart from having the passion to make a difference in the world by expressing their individuality, these fired-up individuals also need a powerful tool that can truly improve their talents and enable them to learn new skills, to ultimately turn their ideas into reality.
At the Start Up Your Passion event at the Start Up Village in Makati City, HP Philippines took some of the country’s tech, lifestyle and entrepreneurship bloggers for a knowledge sharing session on nurturing passion to success, as it introduced them to the HP Pavilion x360.
Powered by an Intel Core i7 processor, the Pavilion x360 is HP’s latest flagship laptop that features the latest technology and an ultrathin and light design, boasting of power and unmatched flexibility to help young individuals further pursue their passions and aspirations, including start-up businesses.
“At HP, we value how our young generations dream of having their own start-up businesses not only to express their individuality and pursue their diverse passions but more importantly, to innovate and make a lasting positive difference in their communities and in society. This is one of the inspirations behind creating the HP Pavilion x360 laptop, as its combination of power and flexibility makes it an ideal tool that can empower budding young entrepreneurs to succeed in their endeavors,” said Dos Roque, HP Philippines Marketing Manager for Personal Systems.
Turning ideas into reality
One of the highlights of the event was an engaging discussion with TV/radio personality Joyce Pring as she encouraged the audience to “Think 360” in finding ways to start a business using the HP Pavilion x360.
Aside from being fun and exciting contests, the event’s activities tested the attendees’ creativity and business ideation skills, knowledge of successful enterprises and how the HP Pavilion x360 can help young entrepreneurs to start-up and power the growth of their businesses.
Multi-tasking with ease
Finding ways to start and grow a business can be a daunting task, but it can be much easier and convenient if you have the HP Pavilion x360.
Running on up to 8th generation Intel® Core™ i7 quad-core processor, INVIDIA® MX250 2GB DDR5 discrete graphics and a 128GB SSD and 1TB HDD dual storage, the HP Pavilion x360 can easily and reliably handle an array of different tasks that can trigger and start up a budding entrepreneur’s passion to create and grow a business.
For those who prefer to be mobile and work anywhere, the HP Pavilion x360 can be converted as a laptop or as a tablet. A durable 360-degree geared hinge lets users work on their business plans in laptop mode, watch presentations and videos in stand mode, celebrate success and play in tent mode, and write or draw designs for their next product in tablet mode.
The HP Pavilion x360 PC has a micro-edge bezel design which makes the 14-inch screen seem bigger, for a more immersive viewing experience especially when doing video conference calls. The Full HD IPS touchscreen also helps users navigate sites with ease.
The HP Pavilion x360 is available in Natural Silver colors. Price starts at P38,990 at all HP Concept Stores, authorized HP reseller outlets nationwide and online via HP Flagship Store on Lazada and Shopee.
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