HP Unleashes Seven New Notebooks

 
 
By Cisco Cheng  |  Posted 2006-05-10 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

HP announces plans to ship seven advanced laptop designs, including five business-class machines.

With the launch of seven new notebooks on May 9, HPs laptop line has just expanded in a big way. Five 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 (black and silver) high-gloss finish inspired by "the latest design trends in fashion, furniture and art."
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. Notebooks with the Intel processors will be available right away. Read the full story on PCMag.com: HP Unleashes Seven New Notebooks
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Cisco Cheng is PC Magazine's lead analyst for laptops and tablet PCs. He is responsible for benchmarking, reviewing, and evaluating all laptops and tablet PCs. Cisco started with PC Magazine in 1999 as a support technician, testing printers, PC components, networking equipment, and software. He became the lead analyst for the laptop team in 2003 and since has written numerous reviews, buyer guides, and feature stories for both PCMag.com and the print magazine.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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