The new Pavilion dv6 is the latest notebook offering from HP. It is packed with the new AMD Trinity: Quad Core AMD A8-4500M APU as well as the AMD Radeon 7640G graphics card. It is also inclusive of a 750GB HD and a 6GB RAM.
The HP dv6 notebook has an amazing exterior design though many aren’t so crazy about its display resolution, standing at just 1366 x 768 pixels. It is also functional when it comes to power and performance. Aside from the great operating system, some other features of this notebook include a fingerprint reader, mouse pad, and an excellent audio.
The fingerprint reader is a small hardware located at the lower right hand corner of the notebook allows a user to log into the computer by just swiping his finger. Regarding the mouse pad, a button located between the keyboard and the mouse pad can turn the mouse pad on or off to avoid having the mouse pointer frolicking in the screen while the user is typing. This might be unnecessary to a number of people but some will appreciate this feature.
Compared to the past models of HP notebooks, the dv6 has larger speakers which unusually take most of the space between the keyboard and the display. Does this mean that it creates better sound? Users can check when they decide to get one.
According to reviews, this HP Pavilion dv6 will be a great choice for college students especially those who are in need of a good computer inclusive of the vital features of a normal desktop computer but still remains as a portable laptop. This is now available for purchase at HP.com with a starting price of $ 699, proven to be cheaper than one with the Intel version priced at $ 899.