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12-15-2009 08:05 AM
The team here at HP has put our heads together and come up with OUR personal list of HP’s most drool-worthy gifts this holiday season. If you are stumped and trying to figure out your holiday shopping list, check these out, order online and be done for the year! These are our selections – tell us which HP precuts YOU think are hot this season!
HP Envy 15 series (starting at $1,799.99) – Sophisticated computing in an elegant package. A beautiful, hi-tech computing device.
HP Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web All-in-One Printer (starting at $339.99) – One of the coolest printers to come out of HP this year – if you haven’t seen this yet, you must. Print movie tickets, coupons, maps, recipes and other Web content right from the HP TouchSmart screen, no PC necessary.
HP TouchSmart 300z series (starting at $799.99) – Futuristic computing that lets users navigate through the system through the touch of a finger. Experience the best of the Web—Hulu, Netflix, Twitter, Rhapsody, and more—in touch-enabled style. Another plus – it only requires one power-cord and is ENERGY STAR certified!
HP Mini 110 by Studio Tord Boontje series (starting at $399.99) – This beautiful netbook speaks for itself. These highly mobile laptops are FANTASTIC for travel and mobility. It is designed by Tord Boontje, an award-winning designer and professor at College of Art in London and leader in social and environmental responsibility. Best of all, they have a great pricetag.
By they way, I have purchased 2 of these little mini's over the past few months for personal use. I think they are great. My wife has one of the white ones with the swirl pattern. It now has it's own nick-name and she keeps it in her purse. Teamed up with a broadband plan from Verizon, and she is loving the mobility aspect. If you get one, get the extra battery. That is the only downfall I've seen so far.
HP 10.2" Mini Sleeve (starting at $14.99) – To protect your little piece of art.
HP E-Gift Cards – Perfect stocking stuffers for the hard-to-buy for friend or relative.
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