HP Laptops get a Face-Lift and Alienware grows 2 Inches

Subject: Mobile | May 9, 2006 - 11:30 PM |
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HP has gone with a new process to make the exterior shells for their laptops. Starting with their next generation Compaq V3000 series and HP DV2000 consumer-level units, HP will apply advanced molding techniques provided by Nissha Printing Co. in Japan. The laptops look pretty sharp and is a nice step from the typical bulky HP notebook.


Alienware also has announced some new SLI notebooks for your gaming pleasure. It has faster Airgo MIMO wireless, Go 7900 graphics, and comes in a 19" configuration. Could be the ultimate portable gaming rig.


"The new 14-inch widescreen Pavilion dv2000 and Presario V3000 represents a new inlaid design with high-gloss coating that adds more durability and styleThe new 14-inch widescreen Pavilion dv2000 and Presario V3000 represents a new inlaid design with high-gloss coating that adds more durability and style."


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Source: Laptop Logic
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