HP reveals Pavilion g-series and refreshed dv6 and dv7 laptops

HP today announced a new g-series notebooks that includes for now three entry-level models and also refreshed the Pavilion dv6 and dv7 offerings.

The new HP Pavilion g-series is described as “ideal for the everyday user” and include the g4 (14-inch), g6 (15.4-inch) and g7 (17.3-inch) models, which are powered by an Intel or AMD CPU, have HD BrightView display, Altec Lansing speakers and SRS Premium Audio and will be available in a variety of colors and patterns on March 13th, for $499.99, $449.99 and $599.99, respectively.

HP Pavilion notebookAs for the Pavilion dv6 (15.6-inch) and dv7 (17.3-inch) notebooks, they received a new sleek metal and gloss finishes, as well can be personalized with a choice of 17 exclusive wallpapers designed by six artists from around the world. Inside they now have second-generation Intel Core i5 or i7 processors, optional AMD Radeon 6000M graphics,USB 3.0 ports optional Blu-ray drive, HP TrueVision HD Webcam, and up to 1 TB of storage for the Pavilion dv6 and up to 2 TB for the Pavilion dv7. The laptops also features Beats Audio along with newly optimized on-board quad speakers, the dv7 model also includes a subwoofer for additional depth and power.  They are backed by now CoolSense technology which automatically adjusts cooling levels according to a customer’s personal preferences.

Bothlaptops is expected to be available in the spring, with pricing to be determined.

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