We finally have details on HP's Pavilion HDX. The monster laptop is squaring up sumo-style to Dell's fellow desktop replacement, the XPS M2010, but with more of a multimedia than gaming mission.Hard to escape is the 20.1in 1080p screen with a tilt and swivel dual hinge for achieving the optimum angle, and a full remote complete with its own RC-shaped cubby hole. Also nestled inside the roomy frame is an HD DVD player with DVD burning ability, an Intel Core 2 Processor, a 256MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics card, up to two 200GB hard drives and up to a meaty 4GB of memory. Meanwhile there are more details on a slew of business-primed HP Compaqs. Top of the corporate ladder is the flagship 2710p tablet PC, which weighs a miniscule 1.6kg but comes with an option for a 10-hour battery for road warrior pin-stripers.If that doesn't twang your braces then there are six more models to choose from. Our eye's on the 1.3Kg 2510p – HP's smallest and lightest laptop yet. Should leave more room in the briefcase for your sushi.
Enter the HP HDX 'Dragon'
We finally have details on HP's Pavilion HDX. The monster laptop is squaring up sumo-style to Dell's fellow desktop replacement, the XPS M2010, but wi