HP has announced the refresh of their Pavilion dv3 entertainment notebook PCs, which come with the choice of Intel Pentium and Core i3/15/i7 processors (Quad and Duo Core), as well as Intel HD Graphics and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5450 graphics card. The dv3 will be available end of this month.
The latest HP Pavilion dv3 entertainment notebook PC features Quad Core computing in a small form factor durable aluminum chassis, weighing approximately 2kg. It comes with a spacious, island-style keyboard, large Clickpad that supports multi-gestures and HP TrueVision Webcam with Integrated Digital Microphone.
You can choose Intel Pentium or Core i3/15/i7 processors (Quad and Duo Core), Intel HD Graphics and ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5450 graphics card on the machine. With up to 8GB system memory, Dolby Advanced Audio, Altec Lansing Internal Speakers and Blu-ray optical drive, the 13.3-inch laptop claims to provide superb multimedia experience.
The dv3 also claims up to 5.5 hours of battery life, and offers integrated WiFi, Bluetooth, VGA, HDMI, USB, e-SATA, and 5-in-1 media card reader. Optional accessories complete the package,including an optional 9 cell battery and modular USB media docking station with a port replicator dock, stand and speaker.
Pricing and availability
Comes in Argento Blush (Metal) with modern etched Stream illustration or stylish Textured HP Imprint with Link pattern in Black Cherry or Champagne. The HP Pavilion dv3 Entertainment Notebook PC will be available in Asia Pacific from end March 2010 onwards with a starting price of approximately US$699.
The optional 9 cell battery is available in Asia Pacific with a starting price of
approximately US$139. The USB media docking is available in Asia Pacific with a starting price of approximately US$179.