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Great News - HP Korea today launches its two business-class notebook PCs based on Puma mobile platform, the 15.4-inch HP Compaq 6735b and 14.1-inch 6535b.
The HP Compaq 6735b and 6535b have the ATI Radeon HD 3200 integrated graphics and support up to 8GB of DDR2 800MHz memory. However, the offered configurations include 2GB or 3GB of RAM. The currently available systems also feature up to 160GB of hard drive space, a DVD burner, which can be replaced with a secondary HDD, and built-in web camera in select models.
The 6735b comes with a WXGA anti-glare, WXGA BrightView, or WSXGA+ anti-glare 15.4-inch screen. Display options for the 14.1-inch HP Compaq 6535b include WXGA anti-glare, WXGA BrightView, and WXGA+ anti-glare.
Regarding networking and connectivity, there are Broadcom’s 802.11a/b/g draft-n wireless module, Gigabit Ethernet controller, a 56K modem, and Bluetooth and mobile broadband options. Each of the notebooks has four USB ports, an ExpressCard slot, Firewire port, VGA and S-Video outputs, and a media card reader.
Security features include the Trusted Platform Module 1.2 and various security-related software applications, as well as an optional fingerprint reader and Smart Card reader which replaces the ExpressCard slot. Suggested price is between 1,100,000(KRW) and 1,300,000(KRW).
Meanwhile, the company also launches its low-end business notebook PCs based on Puma mobile platform, the 15.4-inch HP Compaq 6735s and 14.1-inch 6535s. Suggested price is between 700,000(KRW) and 900,000(KRW).