The new range of notebooks is priced between Rs 22,990 and Rs 50,990.
Friday, June 19, 2009: Hewlett-Packard (HP) India has launched its new series of notebooks in India. The six new models are: the dv2 series, dv3 series, dv6 series, HP Mini 110 series, CQ 610 series and the HP Pro Book. According to Rajiev Grover, director, mobility business unit, personal systems group, HP India, "This new range has been conceptualised after extensive research to offer the best digital experience and a variety of options to consumers. As the market leader in the global and Indian PC space, HP continuously works to ensure that its product line appeals to new markets, segments and sub-segments."
Geared towards information 'snacking' and content enjoyment, the HP Mini 110 is designed to drive an Internet-centric experience. Weighing 1.17 kgs, the HP Mini 110 will be available with three imprint finishes -- pink chic, black swirl and white swirl. The HP Mini 110 will cost you Rs 22,990 plus taxes.
Weighing 1.64 kgs, the sleek HP Pavilion dv2 Entertainment Notebook PC now delivers even more power and performance, according to the company. Inspired by liquid metallic forms, the clean architectural line of the dv2 notebook is complemented by the 12.1-inch LED backlit widescreen display and a lustrous glossy chrome finish. It comes with a price tag of Rs 38,490 plus taxes.
Designed for tech-savvy users, the feature-rich HP Pavilion dv6 Series entertainment notebook PC is a complete entertainment medium. Invisible controls come alive with glowing luminosity once you power up this notebook. Glazed in the HP Imprint of Espresso Black, the feature-rich HP Pavilion dv6 is available at Rs 40,990 plus taxes.
HP Pavilion dv3 Series has a 13.3-inch diagonal LED widescreen display with the new 16:9 widescreen panel, an integrated webcam, dual digital microphones and more. "Lightweight, sleek HP Espresso Black Imprint and a wide range of features encapsulate the ultimate mobile entertainment that fits easily into your busy schedules and bag," the company quipped. HP Pavilion dv3 Series is priced at Rs 50,990 plus taxes.
The HP ProBook is claimed to deliver exceptional style and great features that will captivate small and medium business users. The keyboard's layout provides a visually open and raised keys. Pricing for this series starts from Rs 40,990.
Weighing 2.49 kgs, the Compaq 610 notebook PC features 16:9 ratio, 15.6-inch diagonal LED-backlit high definition widescreen display that produces brighter images similar to HDTV and is power efficient than regular LCD screens. The Compaq 610 notebook PC will cost you Rs 33,500.
The new range of HP notebook PCs will be offered to customers through HP's network of exclusive HP stores, multi-brand outlets and large format retailers.
In addition, HP India plans to expand its retail footprint across 650 cities and expand the retail partner network to over 10,000 by the end of this year.