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The HP Pavilion dv2000 Entertainment notebook is aimed at the consumer market. It has an integrated webcam and video conferencing facility. Currently the product has an Intel Core Duo processor, but HP will soon offer an AMD dual core processor: the AMD Turion 64 X2.
The device will have a high gloss finish with a "subtle pattern" and a "latchless design", according to Clark. It will cost $1,099 (£590), and should launch in the UK by the end of May.
The Compac Presario V3000 is "the one tech folks will go for", Clark claimed.
It has a "hi-tech" brushed steel shell, and by this summer will be sold with AMD Turion 64X2 dual core chips as well as the Core Duo option. It costs $949 (£508), and is available in the US from mid-May.