HP has announced a plethora of new laptops and PCs at this year's CES hoping to flood the market with new gadgets suited for everyone.
Two new entertainment notebooks, a new desktop PC, and a new netbook make the line-up.
For those looking for entertainment on the go, HP is recommending the HP Pavilion dv2 and dv3 Series Entertainment Notebook PCs.
The new dv2 will be less than 1-inch thick and weigh less than 4 pounds, feature 500GB and Blu-ray disc support and come with a 12.1-inch diagonal LED BrightView display and a nearly full-size keyboard.
Rather than opt for an intel powered solution, the notebook is powered by a specially designed new AMD Athlon Neo Processor-based platform
The slightly heavier HP Pavilion dv3 will sport a 13.3-inch diagonal BrightView LED backlit display, extended battery life and magnesium casing. It will use the AMD Turion Ultra X2 notebook platform.
The company also released two new Pavilion notebook PCs with widescreen displays featuring 16:9 aspect ratios and optimised for HD content. The new HP Pavilion dv6 notebook has a 16-inch diagonal widescreen display. An updated HP Pavilion dv7 notebook PC offers a 17.3-inch diagonal, 16:9 aspect ratio display and improved graphics processor.
The company also announced the HP Firebird with Voodoo DNA desktop PC and a the HP Mini 2140 Notebook PC, the newest member of the company’s Mini portfolio.