The new 14-inch Pavilion dv4 is described by HP as a sleek, full-performance laptop. It features an improved HP CoolSense technology that includes a simplified user interface of on, off and auto. HP’s CoolSense uses advanced hardware and intelligent software that makes the notebook cooler even while in use. Weighing under 5 pounds, the dv4 boasts a 14-inch diagonal HD LED BrightView screen and comes in two HP Imprint colors – espresso black and pacific blue.
HP also introduced a new Mini 210 model with Beats Audio. The redesigned HP Mini 210 offers entertainment and productivity features and weighs under 3 pounds and measures less than 1-inch thin. HP claims that the Mini 210 delivers up to 9.5 hours of computing. The HP Mini 210 is available in five colors – sweet purple, charcoal, crimson red, luminous rose and ocean drive.
Also outed by HP is a refreshed Envy 14 laptop with Sandy Bridge CPU options and USB 3.0. It also features the HP CoolSense technology and a new HP imagepad that uses image sensor technology for advanced gesture support and more fluid control. The device is encased in metal alloy with a 14.5-inch diagonal, HD BrightView Infinity LED display and Beats Audio speakers.
The HP Pavilion dv4 starts at $599.99 and will be available on May 18 in the US. The HP Mini 210 starts at $299.99 and the HP Envy 14 starts at $999.99. Both are expected to be available on June 15 in the US.
Availability and pricing in the Philippines are still unannounced.