HP-unviel-products-in-ces-2011Hewlett-Packard was first one among the big consumer technology companies who unveil a whole new line up of Products on the of the 2011 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. HP is the world’s largest manufacturer of personal computers as we all know that that’s why people prefer to buy HP’s products. HP wraps off its latest lineup of notebooks, netbooks and desktops. 


As we mentioned in our last post about HP Envy 17 and HP Pavilion DM1 which will be coming with CoolSense Technology which allows users to adjust the cooling levels on their device and Beats Audio too, both the devices with new features will be available soon in the market. HP may be launching its second tablet running on WebOS 2.5 which is named as “PalmPad”. HP PalmPad will give tough time or may be beat its rival likes Samsung, RIM, Toshiba, Dell and Motorola. We have already told you guys about HP Desktop PCs but you want to know more than click here.


HP Pavilion DM1 is an ultra-portable laptop which is powered by a new AMD Fusion HD6000M series processor. It has 11.6-inch display (same as the last model was first shipped in mid of 2010). This time, it is launching with a new processor, 10 hours of battery life and 750GB hard drive or an optional solid-state drive of different capacities. It will be available from January 9, 2010 for $449.


HP Mini 210 netbook line is refreshing with a new look and it is now available in Plaid Raspberry and Iceberry too. HP Mini 210 netbook will be powered by Intel’s Atom Dual Core Processor and measure less than an inch thick, boasting a battery life of 10.75 hours. The $349 Iceberry will begin selling through BestBuy.com on Jan. 9, and the $329 Plaid Raspberry will start selling exclusively through Best Buy on Jan. 23. It will be available in Canada at price of $360 from February 6, 2011. We have already told you guys about the HP Envy 17 and if you guys want to know more about HP Envy 17 then click here. The same basic upgrades were given to the Pavilion DVs and DV7 notebooks s of HP Envy 17, which will ship on Jan. 9 with prices starting at $899 and $999, respectively.