HP: 16 New Notebooks Added To Its Arsenal

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hp notebooksHP, the largest worldwide seller of PCs, just announced yesterday that they’re adding sixteen new notebooks to their ever so popular notebook line. The notebooks will be a full range of sizes and configurations so that almost anyone can find something that matches their computing needs.

HP unveiled this news at its Connecting Your World event in Berlin, Germany and they’ve received an enormous response to this history-making event. Ted Clark, Sr. VP of their Notebook Global Business Unit, said, “HP is creating notebook computers that captivate users with striking design and the right features to deliver a great user experience.” Six of the notebooks will be released for personal computing while the other ten notebooks will be released for enterprise.

The new lineup of notebooks will consist of the sleek liquid-metallic HP Imprint 2 surface design as well as the “aircraft inspired” HP Elitebook, according to HP’s Press Release. This lineup of 16 notebooks is one of the first ever to offer the latest technologies in processing including “the AMD Turion™ 64 X2 Ultra Dual-Core Mobile Processors and the Intel® Centrino® 2 and Intel Centrino 2 with vPro technology.”

According to PC Magazine, HP will release their new lineup for personal notebooks later this month while their business notebook lineup won’t be released until late July. Personal notebook prices will range from $499 to $1,300 while the business notebook line will be $799 to $1,200.


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