HP Unveils New 4310s Notebook

HP logo The economy may be in the crapper around the world, but that isn’t stopping the computer manufacturers from offering up a litany of new notebook computers. Over the last few weeks there have been new machines announced by several major manufactures.

Today HP has added a new machine to its recently introduced ProBook s-series. The new model is called the HP ProBook 4310s and offers enhanced features and a 13.3-inch screen. The small notebook weighs in at 4.34 pounds and offers a full-size keyboard. The machine also includes features from the HP EliteBook including the QuickLook, SpareKey, and File Sanitizer software.

The machine has a wealth of configuration options including a fingerprint scanner, broadband modems with Gobi technology, and more. The machine runs Windows Vista and can be downgraded to Windows XP Pro. Processor options include the Intel Core 2 Duo T9600, P8700, and T6750.

HP ProBook 4310s

Depending on the options, the notebook uses different chipsets including the Intel PM45, GM45, and GL40. RAM options include 1GB to 4GB with a max of 8GB with up to 500GB of storage space. Optical drive options include a DVD burner or Blu-ray player. Graphics options include Intel GMA 4500MHD or discrete Radeon HD 4330. The notebook will launch in the U.S. on July 20 with prices starting at $799.

Toshiba also announced a new updated line of notebooks that add new features and functionality to its Satellite A, M, P, and U notebooks. The line of notebooks includes new Fusion finish with Sonic pattern in black. The machines get a slot loading DVD drive, HD displays, and some feature illuminated keyboards. A multi-touch track pad is also a new feature on the notebooks. Price points for the updated machines are $699.99 to $849.99.

One new feature on the notebooks is called the Eco Utility. The feature allows users to adjust the power usage of their computer and tracks power savings in real-time. The updated notebooks also get a new keyboard design with flat keys and a matte black finish. The newly updated machines are available now.

Source: DailyTech

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