HP dm3 and ENVY 14 and 17 enjoy many refinements

by Rafael Hernandez on September 1, 2010 · 0 comments

HP is hoping you’ll find yourself in the company of their newly revamped mobile notebook lineup an their fancy new features. The company’s top of the line ENVY 17 3D notebook brings with it some stereoscopic 3D glasses for that extra vivid experience but you’re likely to be much more interested in its Intel Core i7 mobile processing capabilities and ATI Radeon HD 5850 Mobility graphics to go along with its Beats Audio technology.

Interestingly enough the ENVY 14 Beats Edition also touts the company’s Beats Audio tech but its much smaller 14″ form factor means you’ll have to make due with an Intel Core i3 or i5 CPUs and ATI’s Radeon HD 5650 Mobility graphics. The upshot is its 6.5 hours of battery life which makes it well suited for those away from a wall socket.

The HP Pavilion dm3 is a bit more reserved when it comes to advanced technology but its 13.3″ display means it’s the smallest of the three and it offers up to 7.5 hours of surfing your heart away. The notebook also sports HP CoolSense Technology which is a combination of strategically placed vents and automatic fan control which should keep things running much quieter and cooler.

HP’s Pavilion dm3 and ENVY 14 Beats Edition laptops can be had now at prices starting from $549USD and $1249USD respectively while the company’s ENVY 17 3D will be available this holiday season to fit into those massive stockings.

ENVY Laptops @ HP

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