HP Pavilion DV6 - AMD Phenom 2 P



HP Pavilion DV6 - AMD Phenom 2 P

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By NotebookCheck on 81

All in all, the HP Pavilion dv6 has left a good impression. There are a few smaller rough edges in the odd place, but ultimately you receive a great total package. The notebook can hold its ground as a mobile entertainer. AMD's quad core processor...

By T3 Magazine on 60

Not the most user-friendly laptop, but well specc'd for the...

By RegHardware on 70

The fingerprint security seems out of place, especially since HP's own 'instant-on' operating system appears to circumvent it anyway. Given its pointlessness, the overall effect is to make the notebook more expensive than it needed to be....

By CNET UK on 60

If you're after a laptop that offers decent performance and a stylish design, the 15.6-inch HP Pavilion dv6-3085ea will suit you fine. But, if you're after long battery life, we recommend you keep...

By PC Advisor on 70

HP has delivered an impressively polished, media-smart laptop at an affordable price. The odd contrast behaviour and poor vertical viewing angles were somewhat disappointing, but the overall HP Pavilion dv6 package works well for handling rich media...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

If a sub-$1000, quad-core laptop tickles your fancy, then HP's 15in Pavilion dv6-3010-AX_01 is for you. It runs AMD's Vision Ultimate platform, which comprises an AMD Phenom II P920 CPU and an ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5650 graphics chip, and...

By IT Reviews on

We love the metallic look of the Pavilion dv6 and found that the dual ATi graphics really help to extend battery life. Although HP has chosen a relatively slow AMD Phenom II CPU the performance is perfectly acceptable. The list of features will...

International Review By ChannelPartner.de on

Kann bei Standardprogrammen nicht mit Sandy-Bridge-Geräten mithalten: das "Pavilion DV6-6005sg" von HPDas "Pavilion dv6-6005sg" von Hewlett-Packard steckt in einem modischen, dunkelbraunen Glanzgehäuse. Ebenfalls schick: Die seitlichen...

International Review By PC-Welt.de on

Das HP dv6-6005sg steckt in einem modischen, dunkelbraunen Glanzgehäuse. Ebenfalls schick: Die seitlichen Anschlüsse sind auf einer umlaufenden chromfarbenen Leiste angebracht. Wer aufrüsten will, braucht keinen Schraubendreher: Die...