New Envy also gets the Beats Audio treatment
HP has updated its line of notebooks all of which will benefit from Intel's new Sandy Bridge CPU technology.
First up are the Envy 14 and Pavilion dv4 laptops which both now pack the Sandy Bridge CPU, new HP CoolSense technology and Beats Audio technology. Both also sport HD BrightView Infinity LED displays while the Envy 14 now has an improved trackpad that uses optical sensors to track multi-gestures.
The HP ProBook 5330m aimed at business folk hosts a 13.3-inch diagonal HD screen, Intel Core i5 and i3 dual-core processors and now includes the HP Fingerprint Sensor to improve security.
The HP Mini 210 which measures in at less than 1-inch thickness is primed to handle all your entertainment needs with the addition of Beats Audio and the ability to deliver up to 9.5 hours of computing. You can also buy it in a range of colours which include charcoal, crimson red and ocean drive.
Pricing-wise the Envy 14 will start at $999.99 and will be available on June 15th, while the Pavilion dv4 pricing begins at $599.99 and hits stores May 18th.
The business-centric ProBook 5330m starts at $799, and lastly the HP Mini 210 starts at $299.99 and will be available from June 15th.
These are of course, all US release dates, but we'll keep you posted as soon as we get our hands on details of UK pricing and launch dates.