According to latest reports, channel insiders have reported the roadmap of spring 2010 for the world’s largest PC maker, Hewlett Packard.

It is reported that the company will release two new Pavilion desktop configurations and seeks the integration of Hulu and Netflix into its MediaSmart software suite.

The world’s number one PC maker will also launch PCs running on the Intel Core i3-5XX and Core i5-6XX processors, which suggests that the Clarkdale Core will be out early next year.

Further, it seems that the new Core-i5 will boast the turbo Boost technology and 4MB of L3 cache memory, compared to the Core-i3, which has no Turbo Boost and only 3MB L3 cache.

Also, the company will launch two Pavilion desktops. One of the devices will have an ATI Radeon HD 5350 graphics card with HDMI, DVI and VGA ports and will boast 1GB of onboard memory, whereas the other one will boast the more powerful Radeon HD 5570 (Jaguar) graphic card with 2GB of onboard memory.

It is also said that the company will introduce Arrandale-based TouchSmart 600 all-in-one systems in 2010.