Announced: HP Pavilion tx2500z

HP Pavilion tx2500z Today, HP announced the HP Pavilion tx2500z, the sequel to the HP Pavilion tx2000z series.

It’s HP’s first 12.1-inch “convertible” laptop that’s based on AMD’s new Puma platform for mobile computing. In addition to dual-core AMD CPUs (up to 2.4GHz), it offers up to 4GB of memory, along with Windows Vista 32-bit or 64-bit versions with Service Pack 1 (depends on Vista Home Premium, Business, or Ultimate).

Features:
– “Convertible” – Display twists around and lays across keyboard, forming a Tablet PC with digitizer
– High-gloss black case with “Echo” pattern inlaid.
– “HP QuickPlay” – fast starts movies, music, with a mobile TV module for internet TV streaming. Mini-Remote stores in ExpressCard slot.

Updates over HP Pavilion tx2000z models:
– Updated CPU
– Updated Windows Vista options
– Upgraded graphics (ATI Radeon HD 3200)
– Upgraded harddrive options (up to 320GB 5400rpm)

It is available in the US started at $1049 through HP’s Notebook Offers section in their online store.

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