HP's Pavilion HDX Entertainment Notebook is gargantuan, measuring 18.7 by 13.4 by 2.3 inches (width by depth by height) and weighing a whopping 15.5 pounds. As such, the HDX can pack a 20.1-inch wide-screen display and a roomy 101-key keyboard. The notebook will ship in mid- to late July, with a starting price of $2999. A fully tricked-out model, such as the one pictured here, will cost between $4000 and $4500. This model has 200GB of storage (achieved with two 100GB 7200-rpm hard drives), 4GB of memory, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics with 256MB of dedicated video memory, a hybrid NTSC/ATSC TV tuner, and an HD DVD-ROM drive.