HP offers a wide variety of stylized notebooks for home and office users. HP is considered the number one selling computer with the option to custom-build your machine, but according to some consumers, their tech support and customer satisfaction ranking leave something to be desired. That said, HP offers great value for your dollar and you will find pricing to be competitive in the market. Mini These netbooks have 10-inch displays, 1GB of RAM, a webcam, and Wi-Fi, but no optical drive. Compaq Presario & HP G(xxx) Both the Compaq Presario and HP G(xxx) series are for Internet access, documents, and light gaming, making them baseline notebooks. Pavillion Pavillion is a series that runs the gamut from small-screened traveling notebooks (dm) to the high-performance graphics-capable and quad core processor full-sized notebook (dv). TouchSmart This is basically a laptop that can fold its screen over to convert into a tablet. It works on a CULV processor with no optical drive. Envy These top-end notebooks are for artists, music makers in particular, and can easily replace a desktop in functionality. Some have 3D features. Elite These are workstations that appeal to photo, video, and design professionals. ProBook ProBooks are notebooks with tight security features, geared towards small business to corporate professionals, and designed to be compatible with a bevy of business applications.