05. 21. 2005
HP Notebook to help cancer survivors
This past Friday (May 20th) Hewlett-Packard and AMD announced a new HP notebook that will donate $ 50.00 out of every sold piece towards the Lance Armstrong's foundation to help cancer survivors. HP and AMD are also donating computers to the foundation.
The L2000, which starts at $999 (after rebate), is a 5.3-pound widescreen model based on AMD's Turion 64 processor. It has some Lance Armstrong-related touches, such as the LiveStrong logo and a replica of his signature, and comes with one of the famous yellow LiveStrong wristbands and matching earbuds.
The L2000 will be available on HP's online store on June 22nd and at retail-stores in mid-July.
Via PC World.