HP reveals Pavilion dv4, updates ENVY 14 and Mini 210

Along with the trio of business-oriented notebooks, HP today also has revealed and a trio consumer laptops, the new Pavilion dv4, and the updated ENVY 14 and the revamped Mini 210 netbook.

First the new Pavilion dv4, weighs under 5 pounds, has a 14-inch LED-backlit BrightView display, improved HP CoolSense technology and comes in two imprint colors – espresso black and pacific blue. Available on May 18 with price starting at $599.99.

HP Pavilion dv4

The refreshed 14.5-inch ENVY 14  with a metal alloy casing, now offers 2nd generation Core processor, HP CoolSense technology, USB 3.0 ports, Beats Audio and a new HP imagepad that uses image sensor technology for advanced gesture support and more fluid control. It will come on June 15 at $999.99.

HP ENVY 14


The redesigned 10.1-inch HP Mini 210, which weighing under 3 pounds and measuring less than 1-inch thin, comes in vibrant new colors, with the addition of Beats Audio and HP QuickWeb 3.0 OS that includes a customizable widget dashboard and syncs to Windows bookmarks. It is available in five colors – sweet purple, charcoal, crimson red, luminous rose and ocean drive. Available from June 15, starting at $299.99.

HP Mini 210 netbook

HP Mini 210

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