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HP rolls out dozens of updated notebooks

New Envy, Pavilion machines

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HP has introduced a host of new notebooks, punting eight key additions to its Envy and Pavilion lines, each of which will undoubtedly extend to umpteen separately specced models.

Highlights include the Envy 14 and Envy 17 - 14.5in and 17.3in stablemates of the metal-clad Envy 13 and 15. The new ones sport "powerful" Intel processors and AMD ATI Mobility Radeon HD 58xx-series GPUs.

To these we can add the Pavilion dm1, dm3 and dm4, thin'n'light machines all, plus the media-centric Pavilion dv3, dv6 and dv7.

The dm4 comes with a selection of Intel Core CPUs, but the dm3 and dm1 use AMD chippery: Athlon II Neo or Turion II Neo.

Full specs will shortly be available from the HP website, though at the time of writing it had yet to be updated.

Pricing data is out, though. The HP Envy 14 and 17 are expected to be available in July with a starting price of £999 and £1299, respectively. The HP Pavilion dm1, dm3, dm4, dv3, dv6 and dv7 should ship in the same month, with starting prices of £399, £499, £699, £799, £549 and £649, respectively. ®

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