We didn’t get any new MacBooks this week, however HP has announced plans to add three new consumer notebooks to its Pavilion range – the dv4 (measuring 14.1″), dv5 (measuring 15.4″), and dv7 (17″) which are all pictured above.
The three models all feature AMD or Intel Centrino 2 processors, plus high-speed eSATA interfaces. Most notable however, is the dv4 which has integrated WWAN for 3G internet connectivity, the first consumer laptop to do so, with the HDD starting at 120GB. Coated in a “sleek, liquid-metallic Mesh Imprint finish” with “magical chrome” touch controls, you can choose to add Blu-ray optical drives, TV tuners or NVIDIA and ATI graphics for a few extra quid to all three models.
Prices for the three notebooks start from £749 for the dv4 and dv5, whereas the dv7 is £849. All three are expected to become available later this month.