HP is going to launch their ProBooks business edition laptop with Core 2010 CPUs (which is the latest Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7 processors) and there is a serious appearance upgrade with caviar paint and modern Clickpad as the substitution of the old trackpad.
According to Engadget, HP ProBooks new line of business laptops offers 4 different screen sizes stretching from HP ProBook 4320s (13.3-inch diagonal), HP ProBook 4420s (14-inch diagonal), HP ProBook 4520s (15.6-inch diagonal) and HP ProBook 4720s (17.3-inch diagonal), and they’ll either comes with one of the modern CPUs and high-end graphic cards (such as ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5350 GPU).
Putting the specification aside, HP ProBooks has a real treat on the appearance thanks to the brushed aluminum case and matte surface lid. It’s available in two tastes, Caviar brown and reddish bordeaux. Looking into the inner design, HP Probooks has a very low profile chiclet keyboard that looks comfortable to type on.
HP ProBooks series’ business laptop has the starting price of $719, and you’ll be able to customize this laptop in the next few weeks.
[Press Release via Engadget]