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HP Pavilion Elite m9600 Desktop Series; And A Bunch of Monitors; And A Mouse!

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HP has just unleashed their new HP Pavilion Elite m9600 desktop. They are packing in some Intel Core i7's which is sure to get most of you excited. The base model has a Core i7 920 2.66GHz processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, Nvidia GeForce 9600 GS graphics card and a DVD burner. The base model is going for just $950 USD. On the other hand, you can turn on the max settings to tout the Core i7 940 2.93GHz processor, 12GB of RAM, "a couple of 1TB hard drives", 1GB ATI Radeon HD 4850 graphics card, and you can even slap on a Blu-ray burner. The maxed out HP Pavilion Elite m9600 desktop doesn't have a price, but it'll definitely put a dent on your wallet.

Up next is HP's new LCD widescreen monitors and they all have a 16:9 aspect ratio. From smallest to largest, we have the: HP w1858 (18.5-inch) starting at $169 USD, HP 2009m (20-inch) starting at $199 USD, HP 2159m (21.5-inch) starting at $239 USD, and the HP w2338 (23-inch) starting at $299 USD. The 2 largest monitors (2159m and w2338) will include a couple of HDMI inputs for the "true high-definition experience." All 4 monitors will have built-in speakers and - excluding the w1858 - they all have height and tilt adjustments, so that you can make your workspace as ergonomic as possible. These monitors will be available starting on April 6 (April 11 with an HP deaktop), keep in mind that these 4 monitors are all ENERGY STAR qualified to save the environment!

HP has also unveiled their latest wireless mouse. Dubbed the name, Eco-Comfort mouse, it is made up of 30% recycled plastic and the packaging is made up of 76% recycled materials. The mouse itself has a comfortable shape (hence the name) and has a couple of extra productivity buttons. To top it all off, the mouse has power-saving features and a standby mode.

[Engadget, HP]


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