HP is back with a 710-inch laptop.

The company’s newest laptop, the HP 7100, will cost $400, the same price as its predecessor, the 710.

The new HP 711 is $999.

And while that’s not a new price, the company has announced that it’s introducing a new color: white.

The 710 has a 13-inch 1080p display, and the 711 has a 16-inch 1280 x 800 display.

Both are available in both 1080p and 1280 x800 resolution, though the 7101 has a 1080p screen and a 1280 x 1024 display, respectively.

The 710 is powered by Intel’s new Atom x5 processor, and it supports Intel Iris Pro Graphics 6200, which is a bit more powerful than the new Iris Pro 6200 found in the new MacBook Pro.

The HP 7102 has a Core i7 processor, a 2.6GHz Quad-core Intel Core i5 processor and 128GB of storage, as well as 4GB of RAM.

The HP 7103 is the 7100’s successor, and we were able to test the 7103, the new 710, and even the 7011, the brand new 7-in-1 notebook from HP that launched at CES last month.

All three models have similar specs, and all three offer some pretty good specs on the same parts.

But we’re focusing on the 7102 because that’s the new laptop’s biggest selling point.HP has said the new HP models will be the first to include Nvidia’s upcoming GeForce GTX 970 graphics chip, a graphics card that’s likely to become a standard in notebook PCs.

The 9100 has the Nvidia GeForce GTX 960, and its $899 price tag is $100 more than the GeForce GTX 980.

But even the new 9101 has the same GeForce GTX 950 GPU, which was announced back in January.

The difference is that the 9101 is the first model with a 256GB SSD and the 9102 is the only model with an Intel SSD.

The new HP laptops also feature a 15-inch QHD (4K) screen, an IPS panel, a 5,400mAh battery, and USB Type-C ports.

All of these specs should prove attractive to the average gamer looking to get their hands on a gaming PC.