4010f desktop PC features an AMD Sempron processor and a 250GB hard drive
HP has unveiled new Compaq consumer and commercial PCs, which include Presario CQ61z, Presario 4010f, and 500B Series.
The Presario CQ61z is a notebook PC, which features a 15.6-inch diagonal display with 16:9 ratio and six-cell lithium-ion battery. The notebook comes with a black imprint and a silver panel that covers the palmrest and touchpad. The CQ61z starts at $399.
The Compaq Presario 4010f is a desktop PC with features including an AMD Sempron processor, NVIDIA GeForce integrated graphics and a 250GB hard drive. Capable of storing up to 49,000 songs or 39,000 photos, this desktop PC starts at $309.
The Compaq 500B Series desktop PCs are designed for small businesses. The company claimed that the Compaq 500B and 505B desktop PCs, available with Intel or AMD processors respectively, offer businesses reliable performance with a Windows 7 operating system, and configurable hard drives and memory.
The company added that the series offers an array of bays and ports for business users who need expandability for future growth, and more than 100,000 hours of testing. The Compaq 500B and 505B desktop PCs start at $359 and $409, respectively.
Steven Hoffman, director of worldwide marketing, Personal Systems Group at HP, said: “Everyone deserves access to a high-quality computer, and HP makes that possible with the Compaq brand. The Compaq portfolio delivers great design, strong performance and reliability that customers need for ‘just right computing’ at ‘just the right price’.”
All products are expected to be available by October 22.