If there is only one good thing about a special edition laptop, it has to be that you are able to get your hands on a decent laptop, with cool features and specs, at a reasonable price too. The HP Pavilion G4 Butterfly Blossom Special Edition is no exception, it is a fourteen inch laptop that comes in two versions the AMD powered g4-2149se and the Intel powered g4-2169se.
There is little to separate the models apart from the obvious processor and graphic card difference, so first of all, let’s check out the main differences between the two machines. The g4-2149se is powered by the AMD A6-4400M dual core processor with 2.7 GHz to 3.2 GHz and 1 MB cache, graphics comes from the AMD Radeon HD 7520G integrated graphics card with up to 2036 MB total graphics memory and there is a 500 GB 5,400rpm SATA hard disk drive (HDD) for storage. While the g4-2169se uses the Intel Core i5-2450M dual core processor with 2.5 GHz to 3.1 GHz and 3 MB cache, with graphics coming from the Intel HD 3000 integrated graphics card with up to 1696 MB total graphics memory, a 640 GB 5,400rpm SATA hard disk drive (HDD) for storage and a Bluetooth connection too.
Both versions of the HP Pavilion G4 Butterfly Blossom Special Edition come with a 14 inch HD BrightView LED backlit (glossy) display with a 1366 × 768 of pixel resolutions with a built in web camera and microphone. They both run on the Windows 7 Home Premium operating system; have 4 GB of DDR3 SDRAM expandable up to 8 GB with two slots.
For networking there is the 10/100 Base-T Ethernet and 802.11 b/g/n Wireless LAN. Other features include the two fast USB 3.0 ports, a standard USB 2.0 port, HDMI & VGA out, 5-in-1 media card reader, a DVD writer and Stereo speakers. The Butterfly Blossom Special Edition measures 1.41 mm (H) x 13.66 mm (W) x 9.07 mm (D) and there is a 6-cell lithium-ion 47Wh battery that HP claim to capable of providing up to 5.5 hours of power.
HP have priced the AMD model the g4-2149se at $498, while the Intel powered version the g4-2169se is priced at $628
Source [PC Launches]