Adding to the ongoing deluge of PC product line updates inspired by the launch of 3rd generation Intel Core i processors, Hewlett-Packard has
announced a slew of Ivy Bridge-based notebook models
across its various consumer laptop lines. But Ivy Bridge processors are not the only thing that sets HP’s new laptops apart from their predecessors. According to the company, its 2012 Pavilion consumer notebook PCs are reflective of its new “Mosaic” design philosophy. Hit the jump for more.
The new Ivy Bridge-powered Pavilion consumer notebook PCs announced by HP are all updates to existing dv- and g-series models with the exception of the m6, a completely new laptop that packs a large display in a “super-slim” design. Sporting a 15.6-inch diagonal LED backlit high-definition (HD) display, the brushed-aluminum Pavilion m6 will be available with both Intel and AMD processors, optional discrete graphics, optional backlit keyboard and dual speakers and subwoofer with Beats Audio. Further, the m6 will come preloaded with HP CoolSense, ProtectSmart and SimplePass.
Other models in HP’s 2012 Pavilion consumer notebook lineup are the dv7, dv6, dv4, g6 and g7. If your interest has been piqued then we suggest that you peruse the following pricing and availability information and hold your breath accordingly: