HP Announces New Pavilion Slimline Desktops, Mini 210, Pavilion dm1

Posted Jan 4, 2011

Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) has announced some new products today. These include news Pavilion Slimline desktops, the Mini 210, some new Envy 3D laptops, and the dm1 laptop.

Pavilion Slimline Desktops
HP has upped the desktop line to the s5700 series with the s5710f and s5730f. Each of these Pavilion Slimline desktops have a dual-core AMD CPU. The s5710f has a 3.4GHz Phenom II 510 and the s5730f has a 3.2GHz Phenom II 510. Both have DVD burner drives and an integrated AMD Radeon 3000 graphic chip. The s5730f has 802.11n wireless networking and a 750GB hard drive. The 5710f has wired networking and a 640GB hard drive. The starting price of the s5700 series starts at $299.99 and will arrive on January 9th. [CNET]

HP Mini 210
HP has announced a new laptop called the Mini 210. The Mini 210 has two plaid designs (iceberry and raspberry). The Mini 210 has an Atom processor (N455 or N550), and a 6-cell battery (10.75 battery life). The iceberry version will be available on January 9th and is starting at $349.99. The raspberry version will be available on January 23rd and will start at $329.99. [UberGizmo]

HP Pavilion dm1
HP has put the AMD Fusion into the Pavilion dm1 laptop. The dm1 has 1080p video, 320GB hard drive, 3 USB 2.0 ports, 1 VGA port, 1 HDMI port, DirectX 11 graphics, and 11.6-inch screen size. The dm1 is less than an inch thick and has nearly 10 hours of battery life. The laptop supports up to 8GB of RAM. The dm1 will be available on January 9th for $450.