Hewlett-Packard (HP) yesterday released in Taiwan the Pavilion dv2000 and Presario V3000, two Core Duo notebook series with "HP Imprint" technology, with a suggested retail price of around NT$44,900-49,000 (US$1,380-1,500). The Pavilion dv2000 and Presario V3000 incorporate an advanced molding technique produced using Nissha Film Products, giving the two models a polished metallic and piano black high-gloss look.
The HP Pavilion dv2000 and Presario V3000 series feature 14.1-inch widescreen panel displays, 512MB of memory and 100GB in hard disk memory. The new business notebooks are both manufactured by Quanta Computer, according to market sources.
The HP Pavilion dv2000
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The Presario V3000