ESIGN's rule is, indeed, to provide a statement of the (minimum) hardware and software requirements. The wording of ESIGN was meant to be loose and flexible, and "provide" is a lower standard than "deliver." ESIGN doesn't define "provide", so we must turn to Webster -- where we find the definition "to supply or make available." I'd be very comfortable arguing that a hyperlink is an excellent way to make information available. Even if the consumer proceeds without clicking the link, the required information was available.
My only caution is to capture and retain all the pages needed to reconstruct and defend your consent handshake. ESIGN doesn't require retention of anything, but if you find yourself in court or under criticism by regulators, you'll need to show how you complied with ESIGN's pre-consent disclosure requirements.