Here’re some slick, quite a few powerful, reasonably priced Windows 7 PCs that you can start test-driving now, and a few that you can even pre-order.
- HP dm3, starting $549, 13–inch is available with a half-terabyte hard drive, discrete graphics, a built in web cam, and up to a mind-boggling 10 hours of battery life.
- Dell Studio 15, starting at $899 comes with serious media street cred with a 15.6” HD screen, 900p resolution, 256MB ATI discrete graphics, webcam and built in DVD burner.
- Toshiba Satellite T135 codenamed “Pocket Hercules” instead; 3GB of RAM, a new Intel ULV processor, 250GB drive, HDMI and a 720p HD screen.
- A $399 HP Mini 110 is a 10” 2.68lb netbook, designed by Tord Boontje to create HP Imprint 3D, a new engraving process that allows HP to build amazing textured casebacks.
- Starting $1300, Sony VAIO L. Part HDTV, part PC, with Blu-Ray player, TV tuner, 24” multi-touch display.
- Starting at $999 Dell Studio 19, Intel Core 2 Quad processor, 3GB memory, 500GB hdd.
- HP revamped their multi-touch enabled TouchSmart PCs, introducing two new models – the TouchSmart 300 (20” HD screen) and 600 (23” HD screen).
- Puget Systems Inc. started shipping Windows 7 computers to its customers.
Source:→ Windows blog