HP kicked off the week by announcing a slew of laptops under its ProBook 400 and 200 series. There new laptops come with sizes ranging from 13.3-inches to 17.3 inches under the ProBook 400 series. Furthermore, HP also announced two low-cost PCs for the 200 series, available in 14-inch and 15.6-inch options. One particular laptop, the ProBook 450, sports a 15.6-inch touch screendisplay.
Others include the 13.3-inch ProBook 430, the 14-inch 440 and 445 laptops, and the 15-inch 455 and the 17.3-inch 470. Pricing starts at $499. HP says that these models are shipping later this month. As for the new 200 series, the price starts at $249. Running AMD or Intel processors, these laptops are expected to hit the market this month.
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