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HP announces new Pavilion notebooks

HP Pavilion dv7
HP Pavilion dv7
The company will release new DV and G Series models that supposedly feature an innovative Mosaic design approach

The US tech corporation Hewlett-Packard will reportedly soon launch new Pavilion DV and G Series notebooks that will feature a “Mosaic design approach” inspired by the manufacturer’s MUSE (materials, usability, sensory appeal and experience) philosophy. According to the maker, the portable computers will first hit the stores in the Asia-Pacific region sometime in April of this year. 

Mosaic fuses together the multi-faceted elements of MUSE, including rich colours, premium materials and purposeful shapes, to form one comprehensive design language that spans the consumer notebook portfolio. Similar to a mosaic art piece, each HP notebook line represents a small piece of the canvas that, when combined, builds into a beautiful picture of the HP product family.

HP claims the Pavilion DV line-up will offer slim laptops that will come in liquorice black or carmine red (DV4) and midnight black (DV6 / DV7). The devices of this series are supposedly equipped with four built-in speakers and Beats Audio technology. 

The Pavilion G models will pack a “bowl-shape” full size keyboard with numeric pad and textured touchpad accompanied by a front-facing HD web camera for video conferencing, Dolby Advanced audio, Altec Lansing speakers and USB 3.0 connectivity. Furthermore, the notebooks will apparently be available in sparkling black, winter blue and ruby red.

The manufacturer hasn’t released any details on the technical specifications of the Pavilion DV and G laptops yet. What is known, though, is that at launch the G6 and G7 will sell for £399, whereas the DV6 and DV7 will have a starting price of £599. We will let you know when we have more information.

HP Pavilion dv6
HP Pavilion g6/g7

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Author: Ivan Zhekov, 2012-03-15 (Update: 2012-05-26)