HP had one of the largest booth at this year's CES and the most diverse products, ranging from mini netbooks to powerful Fire to the large TouchSmart all-in-one PCs. Here are some live photos of these HP products from CES:
The sleek HP Pavilion dv2
The dv2 provides productivity and rich entertainment capability while measuring just under 1-inch thick and starting at 3.8 pounds. Plus, powerful discrete graphics and a full range of connectivity options make it easy for customers to work and play on the go. A variety of high-capacity hard drive options up to 500 GB provide ample room for photos, music and other content.
The notebook is powered by a specially designed new AMD Athlon Neo Processor-based platform and features a sturdy magnesium casing, 12.1-inch diagonal LED BrightView display and a nearly full-size keyboard. It will be available in two striking finishes with matching HP Imprint designs on the palm rest: Espresso and Moonlight.
In addition, the dv2 supports optional built-in WWAN for wireless connectivity and includes an HP Webcam and microphone for staying in touch with friends and family. An optional lightweight, external optical disc drive with Blu-ray capability also is available.
The HP Mini 2140 Notebook PC
The 2.6-pound HP Mini 2140 features a large 10.1-inch diagonal scratch-resistant HP Illumi-Lite LED display available in either standard or high-definition resolutions, a user-friendly 92 percent of full-size QWERTY keyboard, and a range of hard-drive options including an optional high-capacity 80-GB solid-state drive.
HP Mini 2140 features:
-Intel Atom processor -10.1-inch diagonal LED display with 16:9 aspect ratio available in either standard-definition (1,024 x 576) or high-definition (1,366 x 768) resolutions -92 percent of full-size QWERTY keyboard and a touchpad -Integrated VGA webcam -integrated Wi-Fi Certified WLAN and Bluetooth 2.0
The HP Mini 2140 starts at $499 and is expected to be available later this month.
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The HP dx9000 TouchSmart Business PC
The HP TouchSmart for business is pre-loaded with Windows Vista Business 64, a powerful Intel Core 2 Duo P8400 processor, 4 gigabytes (GB) of memory, a 320 GB high-speed hard drive and a Virtual LAN (VLAN) driver.
Its 22-inch diagonal high-definition, widescreen HP BrightView LCD display tilts up or down for maximum viewing. Customers can watch and create CDs and DVDs with the PC?s built-in slot-load SuperMulti DVD drive and enjoy high-quality sound through integrated premium stereo speakers. The system?s integrated five-in-one Media Card Reader lets users easily transfer photos, files and videos to their computer from various types of memory cards.
The HP dx9000 TouchSmart Business PC is expected to be available in North America in February at a starting U.S. street price of $1,399.
The HP Firebird with Voodoo DNA
HP Firebird features a sleek design with the iconic elevated chassis, which not only echoes the aggressive style of the HP Blackbird 002, but aids in cooling. Its Intel Core 2 Quad processor, dual NVIDIA GeForce 9800S small form factor graphics cards in SLI configuration and hot-swappable 320 GB dual hard drives provide customers with performance-grade operation.
Plus, its advanced thermal management system, which includes everything from its factory-sealed liquid cooling system to the energy-efficient components and external power supply, keep the system running cool and quieter at full crank than most gaming PCs do at idle.
The HP Firebird with Voodoo DNA will be available online at www.voodoopc.com on Jan. 9 starting at $1,799. Customers also can purchase the product in select retail stores nationwide starting on Feb 1.