New HP notebook computers land for business users and consumers

HP has added several new notebooks to its line of consumer and business offerings today. Among the new machines are the HP ProBook 5330m and the EliteBook 2560p and 2570p, as well as the HP Mini 210. The 5330m is an ultraportable aimed at the business pro with a profile under an inch thick and a weight of 3.9 pounds. The machine has a 13.3-inch screen and a backlit keyboard as well. It can be had with Core i5 or i3 processors and has a fingerprint sensor and lots more.

The 2560p is a 12.5-inch notebook and the 2760p is a 12.1-inch machine with a screen that converts to a tablet. The notebooks can be had with Core i7 or i5 processors, HDD or SSD options and more. The Mini 210 is a new netbook with a profile under an inch thick and offered in lots of colors. HP is also talking about the Pavilion dv4 with new CoolSense technology for simplified on and off with more performance.

Another new product is the HP 2560p Docking Station that allows the business user to dock their notebook in the office or home. The dock has four USB ports, eSATA, and VGA along with DisplayPort. The 5330m notebook will start at $799. The 2560p starts at $1099, and the 2760p starts at $1499. The machines will land this month. The Mini 210 starts at $299.99 and will ship on June 15.

[via HP]