Just as HP promised, the HP ProBook 4425s has officially gone on sale. And, as HP is proud to boast, it’s the first notebook from the company to feature an AMD quad-core processor option. Which is probably something that HP is pretty proud of, if not ridiculously happy to bring to the masses. However, it’s still positioned as a “business laptop,” so take that for what it’s worth.
The ProBook 4425s features a 14-inch screen, and it comes with plenty of options to choose from. On the processor side, you have: the AMD Phenom II Quad-Core P920 at 1.6GHz; AMD Turion II Dual-Core P520 at 2.3GHz; and the AMD Athlon II Dual-Core P320 at 2.1GHz. And through all of those options, we’re sure you should be able to find something that can fit into your daily needs.
The new ProBook also features up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, a DVD writer, a 1366×768 LED-backlit anti-glare display, ATI Radeon HD 4250, and a hard drive that can be upgraded up to 500GB. You can also choose from Windows 7, Vista, or SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 OS. And, you can start building your HP ProBook 4425s right now, with a starting price of $619.
[via Get IT Equipped; thanks Danijel!]