Tuesday, 28 June 2011

HP Pavilion dv6t-6000 : Nice laptop at a nice price

The HP Pavilion dv6t is a solid improvement on HP's previous 15-inch mainstream consumer laptop with numerous tweaks, bells, and whistles, but the wide variety of options means you'll get wildly different systems based on what you can afford.
Pros: 1. Customizable. I was able to get exactly what I wanted.
2. Upgraded GPU (hd 6770m) has good gaming performance.
3. Reasonable price.
4. Good audio.
5. Build quality is better than expected.
6. Runs cool and quiet.
Cons: 1. There's an HP logo that lights up on the lid of the laptop when it is turned on (much like an apple laptop). Can't figure out how to turn it off.
2. A bit bulky. It's a full size 15" so don't be surprised.

Summary: I'm pretty pleased with the HP. No buyer's remorse at all. Compared quite a bit and feel I got a good deal. It does everything I want. The i5 is really impressive. The upgraded 6770m GPU is well worth it if you want to game. Been getting 35fps on Crysis 2, highest settings, 1024 x 768 resolution (it's connected to my 42" plasma). If you are interested, check out the HP site and customize a build for yourself. Might be a good fit for you too.
FINAL WORDS: If you can get a good deal, this computer is well worth the price. Basically a desktop replacement with a little more mobility.

Manuals for HP Pavilion dv6t-6000 CTO Select Edition Entertainment Notebook PC

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