HP adds Compaq 515 and 610 to Essential business family notebooks

Compaq-515-NotebookHewlett-Packard announced new additions to its Essential business line-up – the Compaq 515 and 610. The Compaq 515 has a 14.1-inch LED-backlit display, can be equipped with an AMD Turion X2 or Athlon 64 X2 processor, AMD RS780MN chipset, ATI Radeon HD 3200 integrated graphics, 2GB Ram, 160 or 250 GB hard drive, LightScribe DVD+/-RW and 6-cell battery.

The Compaq 610 comes with 15.6-inch diagonal LED-backlit, Intel Core 2 Duo or Celeron Dual-Core processor, Intel GLE960 Express Chipset or GME965 Express Chipset as well, GMA X3100 integrated GPU, 2GB RAM – upgradeable to 4 GB maximum, 160/250 GB hard drive, 2 MP webcam, DVD writer and 6-cell  Lithium-Ion battery.

Compaq 515 Notebook

Both budget laptops includes also Broadcom 802.11b/g Wirelss,  Ethernet LAN connection, 3 USB 2.0 ports,  external VGA, headphone/line-out, microphone- input and are available starting from $429 for Compaq 515 and  $449 for Compaq 610 respectively.

Compaq 610 Notebook

$ 429.00

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