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HP wasn’t just exciting the netbook crowd with its new Mini 5110; it also announced a 13-inch notebook in its relatively new ProBook line, the 4310s. The ProBook 4310s is aimed at serious users who may not fit the enterprise mold but who need a notebook […]

HP wasn’t just exciting the netbook crowd with its new Mini 5110; it also announced a 13-inch notebook in its relatively new ProBook line, the 4310s. The ProBook 4310s is aimed at serious users who may not fit the enterprise mold but who need a notebook that is configured the way they want (prosumer). The options available on the 4310s are actually overwhelming, as just about every aspect of the notebook can be configured to order.

A number of operating systems can be preinstalled, and even the graphics can be tailored to the needs of the buyer. Several different processors are available, and six different HDDs can be chosen. The heart of the 4310s is the 13.3-inch LED-backlit screen (1366×768) (three different options available), and either dedicated graphics or integrated graphics can be chosen. The 4310s should be available on July 20 at a starting price of $799.

HP ProBook 4310s

  1. I really wish HP would allow UK users to configure laptops and PCs like Dell do. Is it really that difficult to have a modern manufacturing process outside North America?

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  2. The new 13 inch MacBook Pro walks all over this with equivalent specs. Much higher quality hardware and much better support.

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