HP has now fitted Intel a Sandy Bridge processor to its Envy 14 Core i5 or Core i3 microprocessor consumer segment laptops. HP's Pavilion platform now showcases a new dv4 model that is reflective of HP MUSE, indicating Materials, Usability, Sensory appeal and Experiences. This design philosophy certainly impresses, and the 14-inch display laptops boast of a HP CoolSense technology which is meant to guarantee smart cooling for the gadgets.
You can also find a Beats Audio redesign Mini 210 netbook in the HP pavilion. The new additions include a hardware bump that brings forth Intel Core i5 and Core i3 based models. The Pavilion dv4 features 14-inch HD LED BrightView screen, and you can pick between a Pacific Blue and Expresso Black colors. The Envy 14 laptop has a 14.5-inch HD BrightView Infinity LED display with HP imagepad for image sensor technology that supports advanced gestures.
The redesigned HP Mini 210 netbook comes with a 9.5 hours battery life and weighs less than 3 pounds. QuickWeb 3.0 offers a customizable widget dashboard for quicker net connectivity because this one stop interface allows users to check Facebook posts Twitter updates, and Skype at a go. The HP Pavilion dv4 will be available on May 18th onwards for $600. June 15th will see the launch of the HP ENVY 14 for $1000, and Mini 210 for $300 in the US market.