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HP, Mandaue Foam bring comfort for pros, students

Comfort is a basic need to address productivity when working and learning from home. It’s important to have a PC setup and space that will help people to focus and even keep their posture in check. For those looking to update their workspace, HP and Mandaue Foam have teamed up to create a conducive environment.

HP, Mandaue Foam bring comfort for pros, students
HP Pavilion x360 
Starting with the PC, nothing’s more versatile and portable than a laptop. The HP Pavilion x360 convertible laptop PC runs with a 10th Generation Intel® Core™ processor with up to 4.6 GHz processing power, as well as a long battery life so users can work on tasks smoothly. This device has a three-sided micro-edge display with full HD resolution to read documents and video clearly. It also has a touchscreen and pen for the tablet feature, which is perfect for creatives.

Additionally, the laptop has an HP Audio Boost courtesy of B&O to ensure high-quality sound during video calls and while listening to audio files.

These features ensure a smooth PC experience for work and learning. For maximum comfort, complete the space with a new chair, desk, lamp, neck pillow, and more from Mandaue Foam. Customers can also get mattresses and cushions for a restful break after a long yet productive day.

Grab the chance to get up to P6,000 worth of online vouchers from Mandaue Foam with each purchase of HP Laptop and Desktop products valid until October 31, 2021.

For more information on the promo and the products available, visit the HP Flagship store in Lazada HP | PH and Shopee Custom Page or from HP’s Authorized Resellers.

Topics: HP , Mandaue Foam , HP Pavilion x360 , 10th Generation Intel® Core™ processor
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