Then there's the revamped Mini 210, which swaps last year's not-too-glossy plastic lid for candy-colored lids, and adds a seamless touchpad, edge-to-edge 10.1-inch display, and a flush six-cell battery promising up to 8.8 hours of battery life -- an upgrade over last year's standard four-cell. Spec-wise, nothing has changed from the current 210, except for the addition of Beats Audio, something you'll find across HP's notebook lineup. It'll be available on June 15 and cost $300 for the charcoal version -- alas, you'll have to pony up $330 for one of the punchier colors. For now, be sure to check out our video hands-on.
Lastly, HP did the predictable and refreshed the high-end Envy 14 with Sandy Bridge CPU options and USB 3.0. It also promises an improved touch experience -- something we bemoaned in our review last year -- with a trackpad that uses optical sensors to analyze your multitouch gestures. That will go on sale June 15 for $1,000 and up.
Gallery: HP Pavilion dv4
Gallery: HP Mini 210
Gallery: HP Envy 14
Gallery: HP Pavilion dv4 hands-on!
HP unveils the Pavilion dv4, Envy 14 with Sandy Bridge, and a redesigned Mini 210 originally appeared on Engadget on Mon, 09 May 2011 00:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.Permalink | | Email this | Comments