HP Pavilion DV6 - AMD Dual-Core A6
Good CPU and GPU performance, Great fullsize keyboard, Excellent trackpad, Pleasant design.
Brushed aluminum case, Beats Audio delivers big sound, Surprisingly capable graphics power, Long battery life, Two-year warranty.
Affordable, Decent graphics performance, Relatively good battery life.
Limited display resolution, Lacks USB 3.0
So-so application performance, Clacky mouse buttons, Smaller hard drive than competing budget laptops.
Sluggish productivity and multimedia performance, Short on features, Loaded with bloatware.
By Expert Reviews on April 18, 2012
It looks great, performs well and its price is spot on; this is a superb laptop...100
By HEXUS.net on January 30, 2012
With Intel's attention at least partially diverted toward Ultrabooks, perhaps now's the opportune moment for AMD to stamp its authority on the seemingly old-fashioned laptop?The team from Sunnyvale, California is arguably best positioned to...70
By RegHardware on January 10, 2012
The only thing that lets this AMD dv6 down is its all-but-casual gaming performance, although to be fair it’s not been designed for anything more demanding in this sphere. More to the point, the HP Pavilion dv6-6b06sa is a good all-rounder...70
By PC Mag on October 28, 2011
For budget buyers unwilling to compromise on design, the HP Pavilion dv6-6123cl delivers sleek aluminum styling along with a long-running battery, big audio, and a generous warranty for cheap. ...70
By RegHardware on October 03, 2011
On balance, Sandy Bridge is the more desirable hardware. However, there is a sting in the tail: as I've said, the Intel laptop retails for about £629, while the AMD version only costs £500. Windows 7 rates the latter with an Experience Index of 5.9,...-
By PC Advisor on September 12, 2011
You can’t argue with the specification of the HP Pavilion dv6-6103sa, though the top-notch components do put it slightly outside of the price range of this group test. That said, it is a worthy inclusion because it blends style with substance and...80
By PC Mag on August 02, 2011
The HP Pavilion dv6-6110us is an AMD-based desktop replacement that delivers better-than-average graphics performance for a budget notebook. It will give you six hours of battery life, but it's light on features and the CPU can't keep up with...60
By NotebookCheck on July 15, 2011
We were happy to finally hold an APU based notebook with a higher performance than the netbooks and office devices released to date (E350, C50) in our hands. There's not much to complain about in terms of application performance. It's more than...79
By computertotaal.nl on March 28, 2012
De HP Pavilion dv6-6b75ed heeft sterke en zwakke kanten. Fraai is de metalen afwerking van de behuizing. Minder fraai is dat het kunststof randje daaromheen slap is en dat het toetsenbord te flexibel is. Had dat beter geweest, dan had deze notebook...70
By 01net on November 10, 2011
Vendu 499 euros, le Pavilion dv6-6148sf propose moins de mémoire, une partie graphique moins puissante que le dv6-6149sf, mais coûte 100 euros de moins, et s’offre 10 minutes de liberté supplémentaire sur batterie. Ce portable...60