Beside the three business-oriented ProBook 5330m, EliteBook 2560p and 2760p, HP today also announced a trio of consumer mobile PCs, the Pavilion dv4, as well as an updated ENVY 14 laptop and a refreshed Mini 210 netbook.
The Pavilion dv4 has a 14-inch LED-backlit BrightView display, utilizes the CoolSense technology to ensure a low-temperature operating experience, and has two Imprint color options - espresso black and pacific blue. Availability is slated for May 18 while the base price tag is $600.
The 'new and improved' ENVY 14 still has a 14.5-inch display and a metal alloy casing, but comes with a 2nd generation Core processor, USB 3.0 connectivity, Beasts Audio, and touchpad which uses image sensor technology to allow for 'advanced gesture support and more fluid control'. The updated ENVY 14 will debut on June 15 at $1,000.
The updated Mini 210 features a streamlined design, five color options - sweet purple, charcoal, crimson red, luminous rose and ocean drive, Beats Audio, and the QuickWeb 3.0 instant-on OS which enables super-fast access to the interweb. Those interested will be able to get the Mini 210 from June 15 for as low as $300.
Pavilion dv4


ENVY 14


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Source : tcmagazine.com