PALO ALTO, CALIF. —
Hewlett-Packard has revamped its Pavilion notebook and Touchsmart all-in-one line
The new models are the dv7 and dv6 and the company added the new G series, a value notebook line.
HP updated its TouchSmart PC line, incorporating a new reclining feature for the display.
The dv6 and dv7 share the same basic feature set with the former model featuring a 15.6-inch display and the latter a 17.3-inch screen. Each has USB 3.0, an optional Bluray player and come in a dark umber finish.
The dv6 will carry a $749 suggested retail, while the dv7 is set for $999. A ship date has not been announced.
The new G series contains the 14-inch g4, 15-inch g5 and 17-inch g7. No ship date has been announced, but they will carry respective prices of $499, $449 and $599.
No other specifications were available at press time.
The HP TouchSmart 610 has an LED backlit 23-inch HD display that reclines up to 60 degrees, making it easier for the owner to access the touchscreen, the company said.
The models shipped on Feb. 9 with an $899 starting price.
Other features include 1.3-megapixel webcam, 16GB of memory and a 160GB solidstate drive for storage.
As with the previous version, the TouchSmart 610 incorporates the Beats Audio technology co-developed with Dr. Dre, and the computer is bundled with the Ubisoft game R.U.S.E., a $49 value.