Besides the refreshed case design, the updated 15.6-inch HP Pavilion dv6t Select Edition and 17.3-inch dv7t Select Edition come with the latest Intel Core “Sandy Bridge” dual- and quad-core processors and optional AMD Radeon HD 6000M series graphics. The 15.6″ dv6t Quad Edition, and 17.3″ dv7t Quad Edition have been already available with “Sandy Bridge” quad-core CPUs and Radeon HD 6000M, but now also have the new design.
The standard Pavilion dv6t and dv7t still come with the previous generation Intel Core “Arrandale” chips.
On the lower-end of the lineup, there are the new 14″ Pavilion g4t, 15.6″ Pavilion g6t and g6x, and 17.3″ Pavilion g7t, which all have the “Arrandale” dual-core processors and dual-core Pentiums in select models, as well as integrated Intel HD graphics and Radeon 6000M choices.
The g6t and g6x are apparently the same notebooks, with slightly different color choices, but HP says the g6t is for home users, while the g6x is for businesses.
Prices of the Pavilion dv6t Select Edition, dv7t Select Edition, dv6t Quad, and dv7t Quad start at $799.99, $899.99, $999.99, and $1,099.99, respectively.
The g series g4t and g7t start at $499.99 and $599.99, respectively. Because of different basic configurations, the g6t has a base price of $519.99, whereas the g6x starts at $549.99.
All notebooks can be purchased now at Hewlett-Packard’s online store.
The estimated build date for all models is March 25th.