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Lance Armstrong notebook fights cancer

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Lance Armstrong notebook fights cancer

Six-time Tour de France bicycling champion and cancer survivor Lance Armstrong tries out his HP-AMD Livestrong notebook. Fifty dollars from the sale of each notebook will be donated to the Lance Armstrong Foundation, which helps people live with cancer. HP has included yellow Livestrong wristbands and yellow stereo ear buds with every notebook.

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The HP Special Edition L2000 notebook series will be powered by AMD Turion 64 mobile technology and extended battery life. It is expected to be available in June from HP's Web site.

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The notebook features Lance Armstrong's signature on the keyboard. More information on the charity can be found at www.laf.org and www.livestrong.org.

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