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Gallery: HP revamps its notebook lineup

HP puts a new face on its notebook lineup. The big news is an upgrade in both AMD and Intel processors and better graphics.
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Hewlett Packard announced the Envy 14 and 17, adding two more models to its existing lineup of 13- and 15-inch Envy laptops. The Macbook-like Envy 14 sports a 14.5-inch diagonal HD Radiance display that HP says is some 59 percent brighter than a standard notebook. Resolution is 1600 by 900 pixels, brightness is 350 nits and color gamut clocks in at 82 percent. It’s 5.25 lbs., and sports an Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor.

For more read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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The Envy 17 is powered by an Intel Core i5 and i7 and ATI Mobility Radeon 5850 (1GB GDDR5) graphics.

For more read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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Outside, you’ll find a magnesium/aluminum alloy shell, backlit keyboard, slot-loading optical drive, HP TrueVision HD webcam, a mini DisplayPort Connector and several connectivity options.

For more read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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The HP ProBook 6455b comes in 14-inch and 15.6-inch models with a choice of AMD Phenom II, Turion II, Athlon II, or V-series processors.

For more details, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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The 14-inch ProBook 6450b is similiar to the ProBook 6455b except it runs on Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors (including vPro technology for remote management).

For more details, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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This is the 15.6 version of the ProBook 6450b with an Intel processor. The two notebooks offer a choice of UMA or discrete graphics, in the form of Intel HD or ATI Mobility Radeon HD 540v graphics. Both will be available in June.

For more details, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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Three new models in the ProBook s series were announced - the 13.3-inch HP ProBook 4325s, 14-inch ProBook 4425s and 15.6-inch ProBook 4525s. All three models sport HD LED-backlit displays and offer a choice of AMD Phenom II, Turion II Athlon II or V-series processors. The S-series features integrated multimedia controls, clickpad gestures and the ArcSoft Total Media Suite (audio/video editing).

For more details, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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Starting at $549, 14-inch HP 425 and 15.6-inch HP 625 comes features AMD processors.

For more details, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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HP's Mini 210 netbook features a new a plaid "preppy pink" design using HP’s three-dimensional “Imprint” tech that makes the lines actually look like they have depth.

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The Mini 210 will also come in crystal white. For more on the HP Mini 210, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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The Pavilion dm4 is HP's thin-and-light model weighing in at 4.4 pounds. Inside, you’ll find an Intel Core i5 processor, Intel HD graphics, a SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW optical drive, and a battery that lasts 6.5 hours. For more on the new HP Pavilion notebooks, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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the 14.5-inch Pavilion dv5 offers Intel Core i3 and i5 or AMD Turion II processors. For more on the new HP Pavilion notebooks, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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The 15.6-inch Pavilion dv6 is the sweet spot of the lineup, with a unique feature: an optional multitouch screen. For more on the new HP Pavilion notebooks, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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The 17.3-inch Pavilion dv7 includes AMD’s triple-core Phenom II processor and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 switchable discrete graphics. For more on the new HP Pavilion notebooks, read Andrew Nusca's blog.

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