HP has unveiled six new models which cater to a wide price range. The new models expand its dv2, dv3, dv6, Compaq CQ 610 and Mini 110 Series.
HP's Mini 110 which comes at a low price of Rs. 22,990 is intended to be a stylish and highly mobile computer for those who have internet centric work.
Kevin Frost, vice president and general manager, Consumer Notebooks, Personal Systems Group, HP, says, “With these new HP Minis, we’re enhancing the customer experience by adding compelling features that allow users to interact with their Mini in a fun way, our broad portfolio of mini companion PCs truly offers customers choices to fit every need and every personality.”
The dv2 and dv3 series are their more compact offerings with screen sizes of 12.1” and 13.3” respectively. The compact and slim HP Pavilion dv2 series entertainment notebook starts at 38,000 while the dv3 is more featured, with a wide 16:9 screen, inbuilt webcam etc, and comes for 50,990.
The dv6 is for more power hungry people and starts at 40,990. This 16” laptop is a more powerful solution for those who want something more capable of desktop functionality.
The HP Probook is their new business offering, and will be available for Rs. 40,990. The ProBook integrates some of the most powerful components, for an even better broadband experience.
On this new launch HP India president (personal systems group) Ravi Swaminathan stated, "HP has maintained clear leadership in the Indian PC space quarter-on-quarter. HP and Compaq’s strong focus on chic design and performance has been its unique selling quotient. When we look at today's market for portable devices, it's about development of a continuum of devices that meet consumers' unique needs, whether for personal or business use".