HP has added lots of names in line of laptops today. As in its Pavilion dv series, G series with the devices HP g6 and g7, HP Pavilion dv4 and dv6 dv7 and it also offers HP Pavilion m6. Actually along with these devices HP has released a torrent of laptops. Of the above mentioned devices Pavilion m6 is a slim 15-incher that isn’t technically an Ultrabook. HP Pavilion dv-series notebook PCs are powerful yet graceful while HP Pavilion g-series notebook PCs are simple yet distinct.
Also the outfit has unveiled second business Ultrabook, the EliteBook Folio which is 14-incher light laptop starting at 3.6 pounds, but the 0.75-inch armature makes room for an impressive collection of ports, including USB 3.0, Ethernet, DisplayPort and VGA.
The company also has refreshed its EliteBook line with five new models. The boardroom-bound EliteBooks are making the step up to Ivy Bridge, but it’s also adding the option of LTE across the board. All models will ship with SRS Premium Sounds PRO and an optional 720p webcam. Of the five models the 2170p is the first 11-incher in the EliteBook line which weighs in at 2.9 pounds compatible with the same dock as HP’s w-, p- and b- series, so businesses that want to upgrade to newer EliteBooks won’t have to invest in new peripherals. Another new comer in the series is the 2570p which is an update to the ultraportable EliteBook 2560p bearing the same 12.5-inch display and weighs 3.6 pounds. A little bigger one, 14- incher 8740p makes its official debut which has actually replaced last year’s 8460p, and it keeps the starting weight at 4.56 pounds. It makes similar claims about battery life as the previous model, too, promising 36 hours of runtime with both the extended battery and SSD. On the other side 8570p The 15-incher is a refresh of the 8560p which offers similar specs minus the display size. Both the 8740p and 8570p are available with dual- or quad-core Ivy Bridge CPUs, integrated graphics or an AMD Radeon 7570M graphics card with 1GB of dedicated memory and a choice of hard drives, SSDs and self-encrypting drives. The last in the series is EliteBook 8470w workstation, available with a 14-, 15- or 17-inch screen. Last is the EliteBook 8470w workstation, available with a 14-, 15- or 17-inch screen. The 14-incher has AMD graphics, while the 15-inch and 17-inch versions have an NVIDIA GPU with 4GB of video memory, up from 2GB. HP retooled the trackpad and added a 50-percent brightness option to the backlit keyboard (for the 15- and 17-inch models only), but it kept the armature from last year’s w-series workstations.
In line of its other business laptops HP has also refreshed its Probook lineup for small businesses. The outfit has refreshed b- and s-series. Starting with the “b” lineup, it includes 14- and 15.6-inch models; the 6470b and 6570b, which have a magnesium-reinforced chassis with a coating designed to resist scratches and other signs of wear. You can choose between integrated and discrete graphics, while the 14-inch version, at least, will be offered with Intel and AMD chips. (The 15-incher is Intel-only.) Other perks include Intel’s vPro management technology, HP 3D DriveGuard and optional 3G / 4G connectivity. On the other side the s-series is available in a wider range of sizes (13, 14, 15 and 17 inches), with a mix of Intel and AMD chips. The existing s-series has also gotten a redesign, with aluminum casing and a spill-resistant keyboard
Are you tired of it??? Not to be, because HP hasn’t stopped and we haven’t done yet too. Also, there’s the 13.3-inch Envy Spectre XT, whose all-metal body looks nothing like the glass-class clad Envy 14 Spectre. In line of specs, you can expect an Ivy Bridge CPU, paired with a 128GB SSD and a battery rated for eight hours of runtime. Like the other Ultrabooks in HP’s stable, it makes room for a USB 3.0 port, HDMI and an Ethernet jack, and similar to other Envys it comes with full copies of Adobe Premiere Elements and Photoshop Elements, along with a two-year subscription to Norton Internet Security. Moreover HP’s Envy-branded Ultrabooks and “Sleekbooks” will be available in 14- and and 15.6-inch screen sizes in each category, though the Ultrabook configs are naturally Intel-based, while the Sleekbooks will pack Intel or AMD chips. If you go for the Sleekbook, you’ll also get up to nine hours of battery life; with the Intel-based Ultrabooks, that rating is eight or nine hours, depending on whether you opt for the 14- or 15-inch version. Of course, the Intel-based models are also home to various Intel-branded technologies, including Rapid Start, Identity Protection, Smart Response and Smart Connect
The thing that won’t change is the industrial design as both the Ultrabooks and Sleekbooks will be offered in black and red.
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