HP’s Winter 2009/2010 consumer device catalog has leaked, tipping a new touchscreen ultraportable together with confirming the company’s new CULV notebook and their Core i7-based desktop replacement. The HP Pavilion dv3 with TouchSmart is a 13.3-inch 1,366 x 768 notebook with a touchscreen interface, up to 500GB hard-drive, 8GB of RAM and NVIDIA GeForce G105M graphics.
Meanwhile the new CULV notebook is a 11.6-inch machine, the HP Pavilion dm1, with Windows 7, up to 500GB hard-drive and up to 5GB of RAM. HP are claiming it will run for up to 9hrs on the standard battery, and they’re offering an external DVD burner and two chassis colors, white and black.
Finally, the new desktop replacement is the 18.4-inch HP Pavilion dv8, with Intel’s Core i7 CPU, up to 1TB of hard-drive space, an integrated TV tuner and NVIDIA GeForce GT 230M 1GB video card. It also has a Blu-ray drive, remote control and integrated subwoofer, and will launch with Windows 7.