Today we see some new notebooks being leaked from HP which are powered by Intel’s CULV (Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) processors. First there is the HP Pavilion dv8 which is one of the manufacturers first Notebook to have a Intel mobile Core i7 Processor, it has a 18.4-inch display and has a 640GB hard drive and 4GB of RAM. The new Pavilion dv8 should be out soon with a price tag of approximately $2,043.
There is also the Pavilion dm1 and Pavilion dm3, the dm1 boast a 11.6-inch display while the dm3 has a 13.3-inch display, both are targeted at replacing the Pavilion dv2. More information on these as soon as specs and details are available. Then there is the Compaq Mini 311c (photo after the jump),
It has a 11.6-inch display and NVIDIA’s Ion LE and also packs the power of a 1.6GHz Atom Processor, 160GB Hard Drive and 1GB of RAM. It will carry a suggested retail price of approximately $479.
All new notebooks should be out October and will be running the new Windows 7 Home Premium.