HP is releasing two new consumer notebooks: the Compaq Presario v3000 and HP Pavilion dv2000. Both can be configured with either an Intel Core Duo processor or AMD Turion X2 64-bit dual core processor. Pricing for these notebooks will start at about $1,049.
HP Pavilion dv2000 Entertainment Notebook PC
Featuring a new and unique design, the HP Pavilion dv2000 Series Entertainment Notebook PC takes the convergence of mobile computing performance and digital entertainment to the next level. With HP's Imprint finish, the dv2000 incorporates an advanced molding technique produced using Nissha Film Products. The new, stylish exterior, gives the dv2000 a sophisticated design that uses a subtle weave pattern integrated into a polished metallic and piano black high-gloss finish.
With HP QuickPlay 2.1 on a high-definition 14.1-inch widescreen display with optional BrightView technology, the dv2000 allows consumers wherever they are to watch DVDs without booting up.
The dv2000 will replace the currently offered dv1000. The dv2000 will be available with the new Intel Core Duo processor and soon to be released AMD Turion X2 dual core 64-bit processor.
Following are some key features of the dv2000:
HP Pavilion dv2000 Specs:
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Compaq Presario V3000 Series Notebook PC
The v3000 will replace the current v2000 notebook and refreshes the 14.1-inch line with a good looking industrial design. The v3000 will offer the new Intel Core Duo processor and also the upcoming AMD Turion X2 dual core 64-bit processor once it becomes available in June.
The 14.1-inch widescreen LCD is available with the BrightView glossy screen look. HP QuickPlay technology is also incorporated into the V3000 for instant playback of movies, music and images without having to boot to Windows.
Following are some key features of the V3000:
Compaq Presario V3000 Specs:
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