HP Launches New Notebook Computers

PC manufacturer, HP has launced seven new notebooks on May 9 expanding it’s laptop range of machines in a very big way.

hp-dv2000Five of these systems are business laptops and the remaining two are consumer laptops showcasing new and sleek designs.

The new HP Pavilion dv2000 and the Compaq Presario V3000 will sport a new piano high-gloss finish.

HP dv2000 is a 14.1-inch widescreen computer that weighs about 5.4lbs. The dv2000 features either an Intel Core Duo processor or AMD Turion X2 dual core 64-bit processor.

The imprints embedded into this new surface resemble wavy patterns inspired by a “Japanese Zen Garden.” The imprint finish is a molding process and a technology used in Nissha film products, which can also be found in cell phone casings and luxury car interiors.

The DV2000 and the V3000 will eventually replace the dv1000 and V2000 series, respectively. Both models will have a range of dual-core processors to choose from, including the Intel Core Duos and the highly anticipated AMD Turion 64 X2 dual-core processors.

The Compaq v3000 is a 14.1-inch widescreen computer that weighs about 5.4lbs. The v3000 features either an Intel Core Duo processor or AMD Turion X2 dual core 64-bit processor. For graphics options, users can choose wither nVidia Go 6150 (Dedicated) or nVidia Go 7200 (Dedicated).

Both HP’s dv2000 and V3000 notebooks can be configured with either an Intel Core Duo processor or AMD Turion X2 64-bit dual core processor.

The dv2000 and the V3000 will eventually replace the dv1000 and V2000 series, respectively. Both models will have a range of dual-core processors to choose from, including the Intel Core Duos, and the highly anticipated AMD Turion 64 X2 dual-core processors. The Intel processors will be available right away, but you’ll have to wait a little longer for a machine with one of the new AMD processors.

Pricing for these notebooks will start at about $1,049.

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