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HP Updates Pavilion dv4, Mini 210, and Envy 14 Notebooks

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HP has unveiled a bunch of new notebooks today and this post is regarding the Pavilion dv4, the redesigned Mini 210, and the Envy 14. First up is the Pavilion dv4 which is pictured above. This one will be available on May 18th starting at $599 if you're interested. This will get you the base model which features a 14-inch HD display, Sandy Bridge CPUs, a bunch of DDR3 RAM options, up to a 1TB HDD, Dolby Home Theater audio, an optional Blu-ray player, and the company's CoolSense tech.

Next up is the Mini 210 which is just a 10.1-inch netbook. Sadly, the specs aren't upgraded so you're stuck with the same old ones except this time it has Beats Audio which you may or may not care for. Thankfully, the standard battery is now a 6-cell (improvement over the 4-cell) and will last 8.8 hours. This will be available on June 15th for $299 and $30 more will get you a cooler colour.

Last, but not least, HP has upgraded their Envy 14 notebook which tries its best to be a MacBook Pro. This 14-inch notebook now features Intel "Sandy Bridge" CPUs, an improved multitouch trackpad, and USB 3.0 ports. This will be available for June 15th and will start at $999.



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