HP has officially announced its newest line of ultraportable notebook PCs. There will be two new HP notebooks to choose from with the first one being the HP Pavilion DM4. The second one will be sporting a black-and-red Beats Audio design and will be called HP Pavilion DM4 Beats Edition.
Ideally meant for mobility, entertainment and performance, the new HP Pavilion DM4 will flaunt its 14 inch HD LED Display and run on the latest Intel Core processor. It will be no less than 1-inch thick and weighs less than 4.5 pounds. It will also have an optional AMD Radeon HD 7470M Graphics and its battery can last up to seven hours.
Apart from the above specs, the notebook will also be showcasing its steel gray metal/brushed aluminum dark umber polish along with its added subwoofer, Beats Audio, HP TrueVision HD web camera and optional backlit keyboard.
Meanwhile, the HP Pavilion DM4 Beats Edition will be offered with a black metal exterior with a red Beats logo. It will also be packed with a lot of exclusive goodies including a Beats Wallpaper and microfiber sleeve. The said notebook will also be sporting a red-backlit keyboard.
Both notebooks will be shipped in the US by December 18th. The Pavilion DM4 will cost around $629.99 while the Beats Edition will be sold for a price of $899.99.