Adaptable laptop and colourful netbooks introduced

HP introduces new touch-enabled PCs

The HP TouchSmart TM2 is the update to the TX2, and is the firm’s first consumer-focused convertible notebook PC loaded with multi-touch technology. The TM2 can be used as a standard touch-enabled laptop, as a slate for more mobility, or with the digital pen as a graphics tablet.

The device comes with Intel Core 2 Duo processors and optional high multimedia performance ATI Mobility Radeon discrete graphics upgrades. It also provides up to nine hours of battery life via the standard six-cell battery and includes a fingerprint reader, as well as an advanced thermal design for optimal cooling.

The HP Mini 5102 comes as either a standard netbook or touch-enabled. It has the latest Intel Atom N450 processor, multiple connectivity options including mobile broadband, and a 10.1- inch diagonal LED display, available in either WSVGA or HD resolutions.

The firm has also launched the HP Mini 210 and HP Mini 2102, two models with an emphasis on portability. Measuring less than one-inch thin, the HP Mini 210 is available in a choice of Black Crystal, Silver Crystal, Pacific Blue or Sonoma Red HP Imprint finishes. The devices support up to 1GB of memory and hard drive options up to 320GB, and have an Intel Atom processor N450 with 1.66 GHz.

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