HP has just launched two new consumer laptops, both equipped with Sandy Bridge processors – the HP Pavilion dv4 and HP Envy 14. The HP Pavilion dv4 now sports a refreshed user interface brought about by the HP CoolSense technology. CoolSense uses advanced hard and intelligent software to maintain coolness even when under rigorous use. Of course, this notebook can be now loaded with Sandy Bridge CPU options and also features USB 3.0. It also has a nice trackpad which according to HP has improved touch experience and also capable of analyzing your multitouch gestures.The laptop also features a 14-inch diagonal HD LED BrighView screen and is available in espresso black and pacific blue.
HP also gave one of its most popular notebook PC, the HP Envy 14 a Sandy Bridge treatment. This notebook PC can now be loaded with Intel Core i5 or i7 processors and also features USB 3.0, HP Imagepad with advanced gesture support and more fluid control. It is encased in metal alloy body housing and boasts of a 14.5-inch diagonal HD BrightView Infinity LED display. The machine also features Beat Audio that provides optimum sound quality.
The updated HP Pavilion dv4 costing $599.99 and HP Envy 14 costing $999.999 will be available in the U.S. on May 18 and June 15 respectively.