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Monday, 07 May 2007 10:33

HPs Pavilion HDX leaked

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Pictures of HP's Pavilion HDX shown on the web by Notebook Italia. So far the magazine has been in the forefront of getting leaked snaps of the new Santa Rosa notebooks. So far it has been showing pictures of the Asus efforts.

The Pavilion HDX will be based on Intel's new Santa Rosa platform. It has a pivoting 20" widescreen display. It is powered by a Core 2-based processor the graphics will be handled by a GeForce Go 8000 Series GPU.

There are four integrated speakers along with an HP Bass Reflex subwoofer.  It even comes with an integrated media remote control. The Pavilion HDX will also feature an ATSC/NTSC tuner onboard and HDMI out.  There is no word if it will be blu-ray or HD-DVD or a price tag for the 12 pounds laptop.

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