As well as their new ProBook And EliteBook Notebooks HP have also launched, newly refreshed Pavilion dv4, Envy 14 and Mini 210 systems. The Pavilion dv4 and Envy 14 systems are equipped with Intel’s latest Sandy Bridge processors.
The dv4 is fitted with the HP CoolSense technology feature can recognise where the device is positioned whether on the table or on your lap and then distributes the power element, therefore making it hotter or cooler.
HP Envy 14 will house Intel Sandy Bridge family of Core i5 or Core i3 microprocessor. Bearing a 14.5-inch HD BrightView Infinity LED display, this Envy 14 laptop will have HP imagepad with image sensor technology for advanced gesture support.
HP has also redesigned their Mini 210 netbook which now offers 9.5 hours of battery life. HP has added QuickWeb 3.0 that brings along customisable widget dashboard and can connect to web quickly. All fitting within a case under 1 inch thick and weighing less than 3 lbs.
The new HP Pavilion dv4 will be available for $600 from May 18, the ENVY 14 for $1000 from June 15 and the HP Mini 210 for $300 from June 15.