Intel officially launched its long-awaited Ivy Bridge processors last week, and since then a number of manufacturers have released new products taking advantage of this new architecture. HP's already launched some new desktops, and now it has updated its Pavilion dvt6 and dvt7 laptops with new Intel Core i7-3610QM processors running at 2.3GHz. HP's also offering upgrades to the Core i7-3720QM at 3.6GHz or the i7-3820QM at 3.7GHz; those updates will cost an extra $170 or $370, respectively. The 15.6-inch dvt6 starts at $899.99, while the 17.3-inch dvt7 goes for $999.99. Regardless of which display you prefer, these laptops come with a 750GB HDD, 8GB of RAM, and the Nvidia GeForce GT 630M graphics processor. We've been hearing about and waiting for these laptops for a while — If you're interested, you can place an order now on HP's site, with the base level laptops shipping by May 8th.