Long battery life.
Sturdy and stylish aluminum chassis.
Beats Audio delivers outstanding sound.
Very good video playback quality.
Excellent keyboard with a great feel.
Good productivity performance.
Latest processor technology.
Clacky mouse buttons.
DVD drive's eject button is tiny.
Speakers distort at high volume.
No WiDi or WiMAX.
No Blu-ray drive.
Mediocre battery life.
Slow hard drive.
No ExpressCard slot.
Touchpad a little too sensitive.
By CNET Australia on March 21, 2012
HP has managed to out something that not only comes in at under AU$1000, but also doesn't sacrifice on quality or battery life. The dv6 comes...80
By PC Pro on March 01, 2012
Superb video and sound, but this laptop is let down by an awful keyboard and very poor battery life...50
By PC Mag on October 28, 2011
With a great design, strong performance, long battery life, and a two-year warranty, the HP Pavilion dv6-6163cl is about as well-rounded 15.6-inch desktop replacement as you'll find. ...80
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 Channel Pro on October 01, 2011
HP's Core i5 desktop replacement combines plenty of power with a certain panache The 15.6in Pavilion dv6 bears HP's characteristic black and chrome livery, and to be honest it looks a bit showy in a laptop of this size. The numeric keypad at the...100
By Expert Reviews on July 30, 2011
It's lovely to look at, but for this price, the dv6 is underspecified...40
By PCWorld on July 18, 2011
HP's dv6 is a classy-looking (though slightly bulky) laptop with a good mix of features for its price....80
By Pocket-lint on May 23, 2011
A good looking, powerful laptop with plenty of features. Ideal as a home PC, ready for games, video and...80
By PC Mag on April 29, 2011
The HP Pavilion dv6-6033cl laptop offers solid performance, Intel's Sandy Bridge technology, and a two-year warranty in a durable 15-inch chassis, but you can get similar performance and features for less money elsewhere. Buy it nowCheck here for...60
By PC Advisor on November 05, 2010
The HP Pavilion dv6-3130sa entertainment laptop is relatively inexpensive and offers good value - if you're not too fussed about specs or sound quality, this is a very nice laptop indeed. Paul Monckton...-