Friday, 27 April 2012

HP refreshes its PC before summer

No revolution in the range of spring-summer catalog PC from HP. The American manufacturer has just announced the update of a portion of its catalog of laptops. These are specifically the HP Pavilion G6 and G7 are concerned with this refresh.

The entry-level builder wins a new chassis so over worked and found its keypad a time abandoned. Amongst other coquetry HP endows both models of Altec Lansing speakers, a USB 3.0 port and an HDMI 1.4.

Three colors are to be expected for that series G, black blue and red, always with a view to bring a little gaiety to entry-level models that are often lacking. Prices for both models start at € 449. They are available today.

Missing the boat on Ultrabook

The other change relates to the HP DV range, ie, the top of the cart manufacturer. The main novelty lies under the hood as the dv7 and dv6 fro under Nvidia after a brief tour of AMD's side. Otherwise, the design still worked well with the integration of four speakers and a subwoofer branded Beats Audio. The dv 6 and 7 can also count on 3 USB 3.0, HDMI 1.4 and the technologies that are home "CoolSense (better management of autonomy), ProtectSmart (capacity hard drive) and" SimplePass "(fingerprint recognition). Available today, too, the HP Pavilion dv6 and dv7 see their prices start at € 649.

If HP treats its input and it’s high-end, we must still emphasize that it continues to disappoint in terms of new products. Still not fully assumed Ultrabook on the horizon. The Folio 13 suffers from its position as "pro" on the spectrum that caused a stir at CES in Las Vegas, there is very little chance to see launched in France before the start of September.

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