INFOTECH: HP Notebooks Deliver Greater Value with Updated Specs
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HP is dedicated to delivering superior products along with excellent value for money, Several HP entry-level and mid-range notebooks have received internal upgrades, and are now available from distributor Drive Control Corporation (DCC).
These products which are aimed at home, student and small business users, will now benefit from upgraded internal specifications while maintaining the same look and feel, and more importantly price point, as the previous models. The notebooks that have been updated include the HP 620 and 625, the 4320, 4520 and 4720, and now include the very latest in Athlon, Celeron and Core i processors from Intel.
Both the 620 and the 625 are 15.6-inch value priced notebooks that deliver professional looks, quality and performance at an entry-level price point, and will now deliver even more power for the same price, with the 620 now incorporating the latest generation Celeron processor and the 625 the newest Athlon II Dual Core. The ProBook notebooks offer stylish affordability with brushed aluminium covers for a professional look and feel. The 4320 with a 13.3-inch screen now incorporates the new Intel Core i3 processor range. The 15.6-inch 4520 series will benefit from the new Core i3 processors in the lower end models and Core i5 in the upper end, and the 17.3-inch 4720 series now comes standard with Core i3 processors as well.
"HP is constantly refreshing its product ranges to give customers the very latest technology without having to redesign its machines, which would increase the price. Previously the company has updated the RAM on these machines as well as the processor, and now customers can take full advantage of the newest Intel processors, delivering excellent value for money to the entry-level and mid-market segments," says Deon Botha, HP PSG Business Unit Manager at DCC.
By updating the processors HP has enabled these notebooks to deliver greater performance and power efficiency, as a result of enhanced and improved processor capability into lower price point products. This enables users to work more productively and efficiently on notebooks that suit their pockets without having to blow the budget on an expensive high-end device.
"HP's regular product refreshes on popular models offers customers access to inexpensive notebooks that contain cutting edge hardware with all of the latest and greatest technologies. The same attention to detail on styling and usability that customers have come to expect from HP is maintained across the ranges, in devices that are now more powerful than ever," Botha concludes.
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