HP launches LiveStrong notebooks

Posted on Friday, May 20 2005 @ 18:49 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
HP will launch the LiveStrong L2000 notebook. These notebooks have an AMD Turion 64 mobile CPU with a 14-inch wide-screen. They weight 5.3 pounds and feature three USB ports, a FireWire port, a 6-in-1 digital media reader, up to a 80GB HDD and 802.11g wireless.
This one is racing bike black, with the phrase LiveStrong emblazoned in yellow on the front, and Lance Armstrong's signature etched inside on the right palm rest. HP joins AMD and the Lance Armstrong Foundation to promote LiveStrong, with the hope that consumers will join in the fight against cancer.
The LiveStrong notebook line will start at $999. More info about the L2000 notebook at ABC News

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