HP has pulled the curtains on a number of new HP Pavilion notebooks including the m6, the dv-series and the g-series.
The first one has a 15.6in LED backlit BrightView display with a 1,366 x 768 pixels resolution, Beats Audio, dual speakers and subwoofer and up to eight hours battery life. It comes with an optional backlit keyboard, either AMD or Intel processors as well as discrete graphics modules. HP also included some proprietary innovations including HP CoolSnese, ProtectSmart, SimPass and TrueVision HD Webcam.
The DV-Series on the other hand is inspired by what HP calls "Kinetic energy" and offer a metal finish (for the DV6 and DV7). As for the m6, it comes with Ivy bridge Intel processors, Beats Audio as well as the aforementioned HP-centric proprietary features. Other features include optional discrete graphics courtesy of Geforce and a soft-touch panel.
As for the g-series, it will be aimed at the entry level with the g6 and the g7 featuring "curved, beveled edges" with a "bowl-shape" keyboard deck and a "textured" touchpad.
All the above products will go on sale in the US in June. HP has yet to confirm whether they will go on sale in the UK and if yes, at what price.