Hewlett Packard has unveiled a new line of notebooks and desktop computers
Hewlett Packard has unveiled a new line of notebooks and desktop computers with improved specifications, including more powerful processors and more storage space.
The HP Pavilion dm1 notebook has an 11.6in diagonal high-definition (HD) brightview display, which will compliment an incorporated Blu-ray-disc player.
The device, which is less than an inch thick, has a battery life of 10.75 hours and boasts 750GB of storage so that users do not need to worry about space running out on the notebook prematurely.
The HP Pavilion dm1 also features the powerful AMD Fusion Accelerated Processing Unit and is well connected with GPS technology.
A unique specification on the laptop is the HP CoolSense Technology, which comes with cooling software and hardware. By examining the user's preferences, the system automatically makes cooling adjustments.
HP has also released its ENVY 17, which also comes with HP CoolSense Technology and Beats Audio, enhancing sound quality.
And the computer contains AMD switchable graphics technology that can change integrated graphics to AMD Radeon HD 6850M discrete graphics to improve performance and conserve battery life.
The HP ENVY 17 also comes with HP Triple Bass Reflex Subwoofer for impressive sound specifications, as well as new TouchSmart software.
The device's 17.3in diagonal, HD BrightView display is crystal clear, and with 2TB of storage space, HD video can be saved without having to think twice.
Copyright Press Association 2011