HP Pavilion dv6t laptop gets a quiet upgrade

Posted on March 15, 2009. Filed under: Notebook | Tags: , , , |

By Donald Melanson, Engadget

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HP just dished out a quiet upgrade to its dv7t gaming laptop last month, and it now looks like it’s done the same with its slightly more modest Pavilion dv6t, which gets some sprucing up inside and out. That includes your choice of 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4530 or 1GB HD 4650 graphics, which have edged out the previous NVIDIA options, although the rest of the specs seem to have remained largely untouched, including the usual range of Core 2 Duo processors, up to 8GB of RAM, a max 500GB hard drive, and an unfortunately lackluster 1366 x 768 resolution on that 16-inch display. You can also now get the laptop in your choice of Espresso Black or Moonlight White color schemes, although there seems to be a $25 premium over the $679.99 base price for the latter option (pictured above).

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3 Responses to “HP Pavilion dv6t laptop gets a quiet upgrade”

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HP Pavilion DV6-1020US
This is my very 1st laptop, and 2nd HP computer. Originally I was looking for another desktop, as I didn’t feel I could afford a laptop with decent specs. But I came across this while browsing. The price point was very good and I couldn’t believe how loaded it was. Very fast, love the HD briteview wide screen. Loads up in decent time, even with all the bloatware and preinstalled Norton crap. It also has a handy little remote to run HP’s media center. All in all I am very pleased with this co

HP Pavilion DV4-1227US
First of all, I do not own the unit, I am just hoping someone will comment on my ‘review’. I searched for “laptop” in electronics, and then sorted the list by BestSelling. Now i see its ranked #1 in electronics, and #6 in laptops…why is it ranked so high if it has only one customer review, and that customer gave it one star? You’d think that with such a huge volume of customers purchasing the unit that there’d be more reviews? Or does no review define a good product–nothing to gripe about? Any answers would be appreciated. BTW i gave it 5 stars, to give it the benefit of the doubt if in fact it is such a good peice of hardware.


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