No 3D or over-the-top designs here, but HP has just rolled out a pair of new laptops for those simply looking for the basics. First up is the 15.6-inch G62m series laptop (pictured above), which packs a 2.2GHz Celeron 900 processor, 3GB or DDR3 RAM, a 320GBHard Drive, and integrated Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics on the base model, and starts at just $529.99 (a few upgrades are available, though you're stuck at the Celeron level for processors). On the slightly higher-end is the 17.3-inch Pavilion dv7t, which is considerably configurable, but starts out with a Core i3-380M processor, 4GB of RAM, a 500GB hard drive, and the same integrated Intel graphics for $774.99 (after a $150 instant rebate and $25 coupon). Hit up the links below to check out all the configuration options available.

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HP slips out budget-minded G62m, Pavilion dv7t laptops