HP ProBook 5310m and HP Pavilion dm3 unveiled, impressive

HP ProBook 5310m and HP Pavilion dm3 unveiled, impressive

HP has introduced the “World’s Thinnest Full-Performance Notebook and Slim, Stylish Consumer Notebook” as to what the company hypes these devices. The HP ProBook 5310m and HP Pavilion dm3 packed HP’s promise of balance on mobility, performance and affordability.

“Striking designs, impressive product features, outstanding value and a focus on computing performance add up to a mobile experience second to none,” said Ted Clark, senior vice president and general manager, Notebook Global Business Unit, Personal Systems Group, HP. “These new notebooks further validate our position as an undisputed leader in notebook design and raise the bar for the entire thin and light category.”

Looking like the impressive appeal of HP Mini 5101 netbook, HP ProBook 5310m is incredibly slim and sleek with only 0.9” thin durable, black anodized aluminum with a magnesium frame which weighs only 3.7 lbs. ProBook sports 13.3” diagonal LED HD display and a standard voltage processor for maximum performance of up to 7 hours. It is available in two processor-flavors with an Intel Celeron dual core ($699) and an Intel Core 2 Duo processor ($899).

Plate in a light metal thin design, HP Pavilion dm3 feature BrightView 13.3-inch diagonal LED screen and selection of standard six-cell battery hyped with up to 10 hours of performance. This is the company’s pride of performance and affordability with choices between AMD processor at $549 and $649 running Intel processor.

The HP ProBook 5310m is immediately available in the Asia Pacific running Vista. However if you’re willing to wait, both will be available worldwide by October 22 running Windows® 7 operating system.

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