HP has released its new Pavilion dv6z notebook featuring a quad-core AMD Llano processor and up to six hours of battery life.
HP today announced 11 new consumer and business notebooks utilizing AMD's latest VISION Technology. HP and AMD claim these new "Accelerated Processing Units" (APUs) provide exceptional performance and battery life at a more affordable price than Intel.
HP is now offering a full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080 resolution) screen on select 15.6- and 17.3-inch Pavilion consumer notebooks.
HP just unveiled the new ProBook 5330m, EliteBook 2560p, EliteBook 2760p, as well as the redesigned HP Mini 210 and HP Pavilion dv4. Keep reading to take a closer look at our exclusive hands-on photos of these new laptops.
The Pavilion dm4x is based on the latest Intel Sandy Bridge platform and has available AMD Radeon graphics.
HP today announced a new lineup of powerful mobile workstations, ideal for engineering, power-computing and graphic design. We spent some hands-on time with pre-production samples of these notebooks and can finally share what we've learned.
The HP ProBook 4520s is a business notebook with Windows 7 Professional 32-bit and is currently available on Newegg Business for $480 with its Intel Core i3-370M (2.40GHz) processor -- a $100 savings compared to the list price.
The 13-inch customizable HP Pavilion dm3t-series notebooks are general use laptops that are easy to carry and provide good battery life. HP is currently offering free upgrades on systems starting at $600 from the HP online store and include $100 off in instant savings.
HP is planning to release a new 15.6" budget consumer notebook starting at less than $500 in March featuring the latest Intel processors.
HP has made its new Pavilion dv6t and dv7t Quad Edition notebooks available again; they had been pulled from the market due to an Intel chipset flaw.
HP today unveiled its newest notebooks designed for corporate clients and small and medium business customers. The new EliteBook p-series, ProBook b-series and ProBook s-series promise something unique for every type of business user.
Nvidia shipped a large number of defective graphics cards in 2008; affected notebook owners can now file claims thanks to a class-action lawsuit until March 14.
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