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Taiwan market: HP launches Yukon-based Pavilion dv2 ultra-thin notebook
Max Wang, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES [Thursday 2 April 2009]

Hewlett-Packard (HP) has launched its 12.1-inch Pavilion dv2 ultra-thin notebook in the Taiwan market. The notebook adopts AMD's Yukon platform and is manufactured by Flextronics.

HP has set the price of the Pavilion dv2 at around NT$27,000 (US$806).

HP Pavilion dv2 ultra-thin notebook

HP Yukon-based Pavilion dv2 ultra-thin notebook
Photo: Terry Ku, Digitimes, April 2009

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