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The HP ProBook 5330m notebook PC less than 1 inch thick, weighs less than four pounds, and has a brushed aluminum chassis. It includes Intel's latest Core i5 and i3 processors, solid-state disk drive storage, a 13.3-inch screen, and a four-cell battery that provides up to 6.5 hours of battery life. Pricing starts at $799.

The business mobile PC works in conjunction with HP's DataPass mobile broadband service. The service HP laptop users to purchase wireless broadband data using major mobile carriers in the United States. Plans start at $5 for 75 MB of data over 5 hours, $10 for 150 MB of data over 3 days, $20 for 450 MB of data over 14 days, or $30 for 1 GB of data over 30 days. There are no activation or setup fees, and no contract is required.

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