HP Pavilion dm1, HP ENVY 17, and HP Mini 210 computers
Hewlett Packard (HP) has launched a new range of notebooks and desktop PCs, which feature new technologies like HP CoolSense Technology and Beats Audio.
HP has launched HP Pavilion dm1, which is designed from a combination of performance and mobility of notebook, measuring less than 1-inch thin with an 11.6-inch diagonal high-definition (HD) brightview display.
The HP Pavilion dm1 features HP CoolSense Technology, which has cooling software and hardware for a notebook. The technology automatically adjusts cooling levels according to a user personal preferences.
The HP Pavilion dm1 includes the AMD Fusion Accelerated Processing Unit, which integrates a Microsoft DirectX 11 capable graphics processing unit into the main processor enables smooth 1080p, and full HD viewing experience.
The new HP Pavilion comes with 750 GB of storage and also has a battery life of 10.75 hours. It also has optional GPS for mapping and navigation and a Blu-ray-disc player.
In addition, HP has launched HP ENVY 17 that features HP CoolSense Technology, and AMD switchable graphics technology that alternates between integrated graphics and AMD Radeon HD 6850M discrete graphics for enhanced performance and battery life.
The HP ENVY 17 is a multimedia machine, sharing content wirelessly from the notebook PC to TVs and other screens using Intel Wireless Display technology.
The new HP ENVY 17 features Beats Audio and an HP Triple Bass Reflex Subwoofer for superb sound, a 17.3-inch diagonal, HD BrightView display, up to 2 terabytes of storage capacity, and the newly lauched TouchSmart software.
The company has also launched HP Mini 210 line, which includes two plaid designs – iceberry and raspberry.
The Mini is powered by an Intel Atom processor, which is less than 1-inch thin, comes standard with an inline six-cell battery, and provides up to 10.75 hours of battery life.
It is available in charcoal, lavender frost, luminous rose and ocean drive colours, along with matching accessories, the company said.