HP leak tips Pine Trail Mini 210 netbooks; Pavilion dv4i ultraportable; Core i5/i7 Elite desktops

Jan 2, 2010
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HP leak tips Pine Trail Mini 210 netbooks; Pavilion dv4i ultraportable; Core i5/i7 Elite desktops

CES 2010 doesn't kick off until mid-week, but some of HP's new products have seemingly leaked ahead of time.  Several desktops, notebooks and netbooks have been prematurely unveiled, complete with partial specifications and pricing, including a Pine Trail netbook, the HP Mini 210 HD Edition, and a 14-inch ultraportable, the HP Pavilion dv4i.  As for the desktops, Intel's Core i5 and i7 processors make appearances in multiple HP Pavilion Elite HPE machines.

The netbooks are the HP Mini 210 ($279.99) and HP Mini 210 HD ($329.99), each using Intel's 1.66GHz Atom N450 processor, GMA 3150 graphics, WiFi b/g and up to 250GB storage.  The HD Edition will add in Broadcom's Crystal HD video chipset, for accelerated high definition video.  A Compaq-branded version, the Compaq Mini CQ10 will have the same 10.1-inch display, N450 CPU, GMA 3150 graphics, WiFi b/g and 6-cell battery, for $259.99.  As for the HP Pavilion dv4i ($784.99), that has a 14-inch display, with Intel's "latest processor", a flush-fitting LCD and fingerprint reader.  Other than that, specifications are unknown.

In desktops, there are four HP Pavilion Elite HPE models, the HPE-110t ($684.99), HPE-150t ($784.99), HPE-170t ($985.99) and HPE-180t ($1,084.99):

  • HP Pavilion Elite HPE-110t: red "micro-tower" with Pocket Media Drive bay, DVI/HDMI/VGA display output, MediaSmart 3.0
  • HP Pavilion Elite HPE-150t: Quad-core CPU
  • HP Pavilion Elite HPE-170t: Quad-core Intel Core i5 or i7 CPU, red "micro-tower", up to 8GB DDR3 memory, Pocket Media Drive bay, DVI/HDMI/VGA, 460W PSU, MediaSmart 3.0
  • HP Pavilion Elite HPE-180t: Quad-core Intel Core i7, red "micro-tower", up to 8GB DDR3 memory, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 1.8GB video card, Pocket Media Drive bay, DVI/HDMI/VGA, 460W PSU, MediaSmart 3.0

Meanwhile a further five so-called "Slimline" desktops are known in name only, with no accompanying specifications.  We're expecting to find out all the details this coming week at CES 2010.

[via Engadget]


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