HP's multimedia Laptop

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The Guardian has a piece about HP’s Entertainment Notebook PC. The Pavilion dx1000 comes with a seleciton of features that make it more of a home cinema system than the average laptop. As well as the 14-inch widescreen (the very least you’d expect from a consumer laptop these days) there’s a set of integrated Hardman Kardon speakers, which should help to improve the usually tinny quality you get from most laptops. There’s also HP’s own QuickPlay system, which lets you watch films and listen to music without having to boot up the Windows OS first.

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