HP Outs New Notebook With Core i3 and i5 Processor Options

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This Wednesday HP outed its G42t notebook, offering with it a whole host of customization options.

The 14-inch G Series device surfaced on HP's website unannounced early on Wednesday. The 64-bit, Windows 7-powered notebook is available to consumers to snap-up now with a base price of $550. Yhr G42t has a slew of options, including RAM upgrades (up to 4GB); various hard drive capacities; a choice between a DVD or Blu-ray drive; color options including silver, white, and "biscotti"; and more.

Rounding off the tinkering selection is the biggest choice--whether to go for Intel's Core i3 or i5 processor. A 2.26 GHz Core i3 processor comes as standard, whereas the upgrade to the 2.40GHz Core i5 will set you back an additional $175.

You can find the full spec sheet for HP's G42t notebook, in addition to the full list of customisation options on HP's Website now.

[Via Engadget]

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