HP New Trio: Pavilion dv4, Mini 210 & Envy 14

Are you in the market for a new laptop but are unsure as to what to buy? We understand that on choosing your purchase, it is dependant on possibly the manufacturer, specs, price and of course release date. Hewlett Packard or HP if you prefer, have now announced a trio of new laptops designed for everybody in mind, with a view to competing against Apple. Each incorporates their own set of fantastic specs, prices and so on. So we thought it only fair to share some of the basics with you.

HP New Trio: Pavilion dv4, Mini 210 & Envy 14

The first up from HP is of the Pavilion dv4 laptop. The guys over at Venturebeat.com have reported that the new flashy little number will include a 14- inch display and CoolSense technology. This feature alone for me is pretty interesting as it can tell just from where your device is positioned be it, on the table or on your lap and then distributes the power element, therefore making it hotter or cooler. In terms of price, the Pavilion dv4 will set you back $599 and will be available in America on June 18.

Moving on nicely to the next, that of HP’s Mini 210. With a neat new redesign, the device features a new touchpad, neat 10.1-inch display, battery life of up to 9.5 hours although over at Engadget it is stated as a smaller 8.8 hours. Along with this, the inclusion of Beats Audio and HP’s QuickWeb 3.0 can be seen, allowing for speedier web connection when turning the laptop on and so on. Available in five bright colors the laptops will retail from $299 for the standard color or $330 for one of the other colors and will be released in America on June 15.

They do say leave the best to last, well the new Envy 14 definitely impresses. The new improved laptop will come with a 14-5 inch display, USB 3.0 connectivity, HP imagepad giving better control over the touchpad, new Sandy Bridge CPU, options for AMD Radeon graphics chips and again the new CoolSense technology. At the higher end of the scale, the Envy 14 will set you back $999 and will be launched on June 15 again in the US.

To find out more details on all three, head on over to one of the two links above. Let us know what you think about the 3 in question, are you impressed? If you had to choose which one would it be and why?