The world's largest PC maker HP has unveiled a new notebook refresh including a redesigned HP 210 Mini notebook range and a new entry 14-inch Pavilion dv4.
HP described the redesigned HP Mini 210 as the "'ultimate companion PC', adding , sound-enhancing Beats Audio in the redesigned mini notebook. The 10.1-inch screen Mini 210's new six-cell battery is good for nearly nine hours of battery life, HP claimed.
Five colours are to be available: sweet purple, charcoal, crimson red, luminous rose and ocean drive. The Mini 210 also features HP QuickWeb 3.0 which aims to allow users to be more productive by connecting to the web within seconds of powering the Mini. The fast-boot mode also provides the ability to chat on Skype and update Facebook posts.
The new HP Pavilion dv4 is a 14-inch notebook with a HD LED Brightview screen and what the firm describes as improved HP CoolSense technology. CoolSense results in a notebook that feels noticeably cooler, the firm said.THe dv6 will come in two HP Imprint colors, espresso black and pacific blue.
The HP Pavilion dv4 starts is due to appear first in the US on the 18th of May starting at $599 while the reworked HP Mini 210 will arrive a month later with US prices starting at $299. No UK prices were yet announced.