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HP debuts HDX16 and HDX18 notebooks

Posted on Wednesday, September 17 2008 @ 19:37:36 CEST by

HP unveiled 16" HDX16 and a 18.4" HDX18 notebooks. The HDX16 has a 1366 x 768 pixel display, 2.26GHz Core 2 Duo P8400, NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT 512MB, 4GB DDR2 and 320GB HDD. The HDX18 has similar features but has a 1920 x 1080 pixel LCD display, two 250GB HDDs and a Blu-ray player.
For people who want access – wherever they are – to friends and family, TV, photos, movies, music, games and online information, HP has introduced the powerful HP HDX16 and HDX18 Notebook PCs.

These notebooks provide a truly mobile, high-definition experience while featuring striking designs, vividly bright 1,080-pixel displays, built-in TV tuners and Blu-ray disk capabilities. Both notebooks include built-in Wi-Fi networking, along with home-theater-quality audio/video options that include Altec Lansing speakers, an HP Triple Bass subwoofer and Dolby Home Theater software.

The HDX16 is a midsize notebook with a 16-inch diagonal widescreen with 720- or 1,080-pixel resolution display. The HDX18 is a powerful and visually captivating full-size notebook with an 18.4-inch diagonal Ultra BrightView 1,080-pixel screen and enthusiast-class graphics capabilities.

Additionally, the HP HDX notebook PCs feature HP MediaSmart, which allows consumers to enjoy photos, listen to music and watch movies in high definition.

The HP HDX16 starts at $1,299, while the HP HDX18 starts at $1,549. Both are expected to be available starting later this month.

P.S.: LogicBuy has a $500 off discount coupon for the HP HDX16t notebook.

Source: Engadget



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