HP HDX 18t Notebook Is Now Available

Oct 02, 2008 by John Messina weblog
HP HDX 18t Notebook

HP has just recently announced their HDX 18t Premium Series laptop. HP's HDX 18t is powered by Intel´s latest Core 2 Duo or Core 2 Quad processor. The HDX 18t is equipped with up to 8GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT 512MB video card and can accommodate Dual hard drives up to 320GB.

The HDX 18t notebook has an ultra-wide 16:9 flush-glass display that supplies 55% better viewing than standard panels, making it easier to see at a distance or present to a group. The Full High Definition display (1920 x 1080) exhibits intense realism while watching HD movies and playing games.

With HP's MediaSmart software you can immerse yourself in high definition with home-theater audio/video quality. You can also watch, record, and view live, streamed, and mobile Internet TV in high definition. MediSmart software will also let you create, edit, and enjoy HD video, music, and photos.

Your Home Entertainment will be greatly enhanced by Home-Theater-quality audio with premium 7.1-capable speakers, a triple bass reflex subwoofer, and Dolby-simulated surround sound. With the built-in Blu-ray drive you will experience stunning movies that´s no comparison to the standard DVD player.

HDX 18t features:

18.4-inch Full HD 1920X1080p Ultra Brightview Infinity LCD display
Full QWERTY keyboard with number pad
Blu-ray ROM with DVD SuperMulti DL burner
WiFi 802.11n
Altec Lansing speakers and subwoofer
Fingerprint scanner
Webcam
5-in-1 digital media card reader
HDMI 1.3 output
eSATA port
4 USB 2.0 ports
Firewire

You can choose from the following CPU's for the HP HDX 18t notebook:

Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo Processor P8400 (2.26 GHz)
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo Processor P8600 (2.4 GHz)
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo Processor T9400 (2.53 GHz)
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo Processor T9600 (2.80GHz)
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad Processor QX9300 (2.53Hz)

The HP HDX 18t Premium series notebooks are available now with a starting price of $1549.99.

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