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Tuesday, 14 June 2011 09:43

HP embraces Llano in revamped Pavilions and ProBooks

Written by Fudzilla staff


All shapes and sizes at tempting prices
As expected, HP is the first major PC maker to include AMD’s new Llano APUs in much of its notebook portfolio.

A number of revamped Pavilion and ProBook series laptops are on the way, ranging from the 14-inch Pavilion dv4 to the 17.3-inch dv7, along with the dv6, which is already on sale. Llano APUs will also find their way into more affordable g-series models.

HP will offer numerous SKUs, starting with dual-core A4-3300M processors all the way up to quad-core A8-3510MX parts. The new Pavilions and Probooks should hit retail in early July and the prices look rather tempting.

The cheapest dv6 and dv7 variants should sell for $600 and $700 respectively. Prices for the g series start from $450 for the 14-inch g4, while the 15.6-inch g6 and 17.3-inch g7 should sell for about $500. The prices for ProBook series models will be a tad higher.

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