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Thursday, September 20, 2012
HP Introduces New Windows 8 Consumer and Business PCs


HP today announced a new lineup of consumer PCs and accessories that are designed to work with Windows 8.

The consumer PC lineup is powered by the latest generation of Intel Core processors.

HP also added four new business desktop and notebook PCs powered by the latest AMD processors to its commercial portfolio.

The HP Pavilion Sleekbook 14 and Pavilion Sleekbook 15 PCs will be available in black and red. They feature 14- and 15.6-inch diagonal high-definition (HD) displays respectively, plus up to one terabyte of storage. An array of ports including HDMI, USB 3.0 and USB 2.0. The HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15 also includes a numeric keypad.

The HP Sleekbooks include HP TrueVision HD Webcams and HP MyRoom for video calling, sharing photos and more in a private virtual room. Dolby Advanced Audio comes standard, and optional NVIDIA discrete graphics can improve gaming as well as video creation and playback.

The Sleekbooks also feature exclusive HP technologies, including HP CoolSense for a cooler PC and HP ProtectSmart to help prevent file loss in case of a bump. HP Connected Photo powered by Snapfish by HP and HP Connected Music powered by Meridian allow users to access their favorite photos and music.

The HP Pavilion Sleekbook 14 is powered by AMD Accelerated Processors. The HP Pavilion Sleekbook 15 is powered by Intel processors and features Intel Hyper-Threading technology.

The HP Pavilion Sleekbook 14 and 15 PCs start at $499.99 and $559.99, respectively and are expected to be available in the United States on Oct. 26.

The HP ENVY m4 notebook PC delivers a balance of mobility, performance and entertainment in a thin package.

The notebook includes exclusives like HP ProtectSmart to guard against data loss if the notebook is dropped; HP CoolSense, which automatically adjusts performance and internal fan settings for a cooler PC; and HP SimplePass technology for security with just a swipe of a finger.

It has a brushed-aluminum design and optional backlit keyboard, a 14-inch diagonal HD display and third-generation Intel Core processors.

The HP ENVY m4 also comes standard with an HP TrueVision HD Webcam and select models feature Intel WiDi, which allows users to project PC content wirelessly to an HD TV. A subwoofer and two speakers amplify Beats Audio. The ENVY m4 also offers HP Connected Photo and HP Connected Music.

The HP ENVY m4 PC starts at $899.99 and is expected to be available in select markets on Oct. 26.

HP will offer up to 200MB of free data per month for two years of fast 4G mobile broadband service operating on the T-Mobile network with the purchase of an HP Pavilion dm1 notebook. HP's customers will also receive a free 25 GB Box account.

The HP Pavilion dm1 with T-Mobile 4G is expected to be available on Oct. 26.

For users who enjoy creating digital content, the HP ENVY Phoenix h9 desktop PC features an armor-plated design and lighting, with toolless hard-disk bays that support up to three internal drives. Updated cable dressing improves airflow and cooling in the chassis.

Third-generation Intel processors and a choice of NVIDIA discrete graphics or AMD graphics coupled with options such as ExpressCache, solid state drives (SSDs) and liquid cooling make this HP's most powerful desktop tower to date. With an ExpressCache SSD option, users will enjoy fast boot-up and application start times. Music and games will sound great with Beats Audio, while HP Connected Remote and Connected Photo make it simple to access content from a smartphone, tablet or other PC.

The HP ENVY Phoenix h9 starts at $899 and is expected to be available in the United States on Oct. 26.

The new HP x2401 24-inch diagonal LED backlit monitor features an 11-millimeter profile, a glossy black-piano finish and brushed-metal case. The monitor is powered by the MVA panel technology and fas 5,000:1 and 10,000,000:1 static and dynamic contrast ratios. The integrated DisplayPort and HDMI ports and wall-mounting capabilities give users the freedom to design a space around the monitor that?s clean and clutter-free.

HP also offers a commercial version of this sleek monitor. The wafer-thin HP L2401x 24-inch LED Backlit Monitor delivers a modern design and expansive screen real estate.

The consumer HP x2401 LED Backlit Monitor starts at $249 and is expected to be available in the United States on Nov. 7. The commercial HP L2401x LED Backlit Monitor starts at $259 and is expected to be available worldwide on Nov. 5.

The HP Compaq Pro 6305 Desktop PC provides performance and value. The improved x86 architecture enables speedy computing, such as smoother Internet browsing and accelerated file conversion rates.

Powered by AMD?s latest APU A10, A8, A6 and A4 processors, the HP Compaq Pro 6305 delivers up to 21 percent better performance than previous generations, including significant graphics improvement. AMD Turbo Core 3.0 technology automatically boosts system performance when running multiple applications, and the HP Compaq Pro 6305 offers an AMD Accelerated File Converter that enables more efficient web browsing for smooth webcast videos. The HP Compaq Pro 6305 also includes HP Client Security and a choice of HP Client Management solutions.

The HP Compaq Pro 6305 Desktop PC starts at $539 and is expected to be available worldwide on Oct. 8 with Windows 7. Windows 8 configurations will be available at a later date.

The HP ProBook 4445s, 4446s and 4545s Notebook PCs are equipped with all-new 2012 AMD A-Series accelerated processors and VISION Pro Technology. AMD Enduro Technology - formerly known as AMD Dynamic Switchable Graphics - uses discrete graphics to create high-quality visuals when plugged in and allows the PC to automatically switch to battery - saving mode by powering down the discrete GPU when unplugged. These HP ProBook s-series notebook PCs also provide the option for AMD Radeon Dual Graphics.

The HP ProBook 4445s, 4446s and 4545s Notebook PCs start at $499. The HP ProBook 4545s is currently available worldwide. The HP ProBook 4445s and 4446s will be available only in the Asia-Pacific and Japan regions.

HP is also offering a new lineup of accessories.

The HP Touch to Pair Mouse is a wireless mouse with near field communication (NFC), allowing users to instantly connect the mouse to any Bluetooth-enabled PC or tablet. It will be available in November for $39.

The HP Wireless X4500 and X5500 mice feature a modern design and a precise laser sensor. They will be available in September for $29 and $39, respectively.

The HP Wireless Mouse X6000 offers exclusive HP Exact Track Technology, which works on most surfaces including glass. Housed in a solid metal top cover, the HP X6000 also has four-way tilt scrolling and 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity. Available in September for $59.

The HP Wireless Classic Desktop and the HP Wireless Elite v2 keyboards offer up to four shortcut keys designed to work with Windows 8. Available in October for $29 and $49, respectively.

The new HP Bluetooth Portable Speaker connects to any Bluetooth-enabled device. It has a compact design to complement any room in the home. Available in October for $79.

The HP 90W Universal Power Adapter is compatible with virtually all notebooks and features a built-in USB port that lets users charge a notebook and mobile device simultaneously. Available in October for $79.

The HP Webcam HD 4310 lets users instantly connect and communicate with friends and family in widescreen 1080p HD and offers three-way video calling, auto focus and auto-exposure. Available in November for $89.


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