HP has introduced a multitude of revamped and new products in the spirit of CES. Starting with the Moving on, HP has also pushed out an upgraded TouchSmart tm2 convertible tablet with a sleeker design, and a jump from AMD to Intel Core 2 Duo processors. It can be configured with an ATI Mobility Radeon, and claims 9 hours of life off a 6-cell battery. Systems will start at $949 and ship on January 17.


The company's professional notebooks didn't escape the overhaul, with the EliteBook dropping Core 2 Duo configurations in favor of Core i5 and i7 processors, and receiving new Quadro FX and NVS graphics chips. Likewise, the ProBook line is receiving new Core i5/i7 powered 14 and 15.6-inch models.


Both the EliteBook and ProBook updates take effect in February, with the former starting at $1,299 and the latter $1,099. Other company-wide additions include a new "green" desktop and LCDs, which cut back on toxins and sip power, as well as a notebook projector.