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HP has triplets in new line

Hewlett-Packard introduces three new computers to its Pavilion brand of personal computers.

Hewlett-Packard today introduced three new computers to its Pavilion brand of personal computers.

For game players, HP will offer the Pavilion 7295V. The computer comes with a Pentium 200-MHz processor, 32MB of EDO RAM, and a 3.8GB hard drive, as well as a number of bundled games such as VR Soccer and Whiplash that make use of its dual 64-bit 3D graphics accelerator.

The second of the new additions is the Pavilion 7275Z, which features a 166-MHz Pentium processor, 32MB of EDO RAM, built in Zip drive from Iomega and a 2.5GB hard drive.

Rounding out the trio of offerings is the Pavilion 7280P, which is aimed at people who need to do high-end graphics work. The 7280P comes with a 166-MHz Pentium processor, 16MB of EDO RAM, a 2.5GB hard drive and built-in color scanner with photo processing software.

Each of the models will come bundled with a dual 64-bit 3D graphics accelerator, video-phone, 8X CD-ROM and 33.6-kbps modem. Also included is 256k of level-2 cache RAM.

The 7295V will retail for $3,199, the 7275Z will retail for $2,599 and the 7280P will retail for $2,399. HP says the new models are slated for worldwide introduction later this year.