HP CW450t And HP PW460t Cameras Unveiled At PMA 2010

Posted: Feb 19 2010, 8:04am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:36pm CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 

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HP unveiled the HP CW450t (photo) and HP PW460t point-and-shoot digital cameras at the PMA 2010. The new HP cameras feature 2.7-inch and 3-inch LCD touchscreen displays, respectively, and a newly designed touch interface for viewing photos with the simple swipe of a finger.
Both have 4X optical zoom and support up to 32-gigabyte (GB) SD/SDHC memory. They power up rapidly and minimize the time between taking shots.
The HP CW450t is available in two colors – blue and merlot – and priced at $109. The HP PW460t is available in pink and charcoal gray and priced at $149.

HP also unveiled the $99 HP CW450 with 4x zoom, and 2.7 inch screen. The new HP SW450 also features a 2.7-inch screen and 4x zoom, but will sell for $129.
The new HP PW550z point-and-shoot digital camera features 5X optical zoom and a wide-angle lens in addition to a 2.7-inch LCD display and lithium-ion battery. It is available in black or plum and priced at $149.
Also new is the HP V1020h. The HP V1020h digital camcorder features 720p HD recording and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, all packaged in a lightweight, slim design. It also includes a USB connector for easy video uploading to social networking and video sites via a notebook or desktop PC. The HP V1020h is priced at $109 and expected to be available this summer at select retailers.

The PMA 2010 exhibition starts on February 21st and ends on the 23rd. The PMA trade-show is used by many camera makers as launch pad for new cameras for the Spring and Summer time frame.

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