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HPs revamped notebook range with Sandy Bridge available

updated 07:40 am EDT, Mon March 14, 2011

Speedier, better specified

HP's revamped notebook range with Intel Sandy Bridge processors are now available for purchase. LogicBuy has made three models available to customers for immediate delivery. Among them are the HP Pavilion dv6 Quad Edition, the HP Pavilion dv7 Quad Edition and the HP ENVY 17.

When purchased from LogicBuy , the dv6 is going for $825 with free shipping and free RAM upgrade to 6GB. It comes fitted with a second-generation Core i7 i7-2630QM 2GHz Quad-core with TurboBoost up to 2.9GHz. It also incorporates 1GB GDDR5 Radeon HD 6770M graphics, 750GB HDD and a 15.6-inch LED display.

The dv7 comes equipped with a 17.3-inch LED display and free Blu-ray drive and the same 6GB RAM upgrade with free shipping for the price of $925. It also boasts Beats Audio and the same quad-Core i7 processor and graphics solution as the new dv6.

The HP ENVY 17 is offered in two specifications on the LogicBuy site, including one based on a Core i5 chip with 1GB Radeon HD 6850M from $1299, as well as one based on the same 2GHz Quad-Core i7 as the two Pavilion models. It is comes with an upgraded 1080p 3D display with bundled 3D active-shutter glasses for $1550. [via Slashgear]





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