HP’s laptops and desktops with new Intel Processors

HP laptops

HP has updated Pavilion dvt6 and dvt7 laptops with new Intel Core i7-3610QM processors running at 2.3GHz.

HP has also offered an upgrade to Core i7-3720QM at 3.6GHz or the i7-3820QM at 3.7GHz; costing about $170 or $370, respectively. The 15.6-inch dvt6 starts at $899.99, while the 17.3-inch dvt7 goes for $999.99. These laptops have 750GB HDD, 8GB of RAM, and the Nvidia GeForce GT 630M graphics processor. HP will start shipping of these laptops by May 8.

[hana-code-insert name=’StumbleUpon’ /][hana-code-insert name=’Reddit’ /]HP has already announced the addition of six new desktops in the Ivy Bridge series, which includes a number of laptops featuring Intel’s 22nm micro architecture.

HP Ivy Bridge

Three of the new desktops, Omni 220qd, Omni 27qd and TouchSmart 520xt have all-in-one form factors. Omni 220qd will be available from $999 and will feature Beats Audio and a cantilever design. Omni 27qd starts at $1199 and is available at 27 inch display. TouchSmart 520xt has 23 inch touchscreen display and will be available from $999.

The other three desktops, HPE h8t, HPE h8x and HPE Phoenix h9t, are stand-alone desktop computers. HPE h8t will be available at $699. HPE h8x will be available at $799 and HPE Phoenix h9t will be available at $1149.

These six quad-core will soon be available from the manufacturer directly. The Phoenix is available from Sunday, April 29 and the other five models will be available from the June 24th.

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