Sunday, 8 July 2012

hp pavilion dv6-6121tx review

HP Pavilion dv6-6121TX


Operating System - Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64
Microprocessor - 2 GHz Intel Core i7-2630QM
Microprocessor Cache - 6 MB L3 cache
Memory - 4 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
Memory Max - Upgradeable to 16 GB DDR3
Video Graphics - AMD Radeon HD 6770M (2 GB GDDR5 dedicated)
Display - 15.6" High-Definition LED HP BrightView Display (1366 x 768)
Hard Drive - 640 GB SATA (5400 rpm)
Multimedia Drive - SuperMulti DVD-/+R/RW with Double Layer Support
Network Card - Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Wireless Connectivity - 802.11 b/g/n
Sound - Beats sound system
Keyboard - 101 key compatible
Pointing Device - TouchPad supporting Multi-Touch gestures and On/Off button
PC Card Slots - Multi-Format Digital Media Card Reader for Secure Digital cards,        
                       Multimedia cards
External Ports
                    1 VGA,3 USB 2.0,1 RJ45,1 VGA,1 HDMI
                    2 headphone-out,1 microphone-in,2 USB 2.0
                    2 USB 3.0,1 RJ45
Dimensions - 37.8 x 24.68 x 3.52 cm
Weight - Starting at 2.63 kg
Power - 120W AC Power Adapter
             6-cell Lithium-Ion (Li-Ion) battery

This is hp's consumer friendly laptop, with a 15.6-inch LCD panel and a nearly full-size keyboard. It comes in a metallic finish body with dark umber color and sports Finger print reader for enhanced security and convenience .The dv6 offers an Intel Core i5-2410M Sandy Bridge dual-core CPU, 6GB of DDR3 memory, and a discrete Radeon HD 6490M graphics chip.The LCD panel is 1366 by 768 pixels, a native resolution that's pretty common for the all-purpose laptop class. The hard drive is a 640GB Seagate model that spins at 5400 rpm; it dose not gose rolling high on performance but it is good.
It built in four USB ports, including two USB 3.0-capable ports on the left side; the pair of USB 2.0 connectors are on the right, next to the optical drive. Two audio outputs and one input connector, plus VGA, HDMI, and ethernet, are all installed in the left side of the shell. Networking is limited to gigabit ethernet and 802.11n Wi-Fi, as the dv6 lacks Bluetooth or 3G/4G support.
Video playback quality is quite strong. WMV high-def clips looked sharp, with nicely saturated colors. DVD upscaling to the native 1366 by 768 resolution was clean, with little visible edge enhancement or noise. The laptop ships with Intel WiDi (wireless display) client software, but you'll need to buy the box that attaches to your HDTV separately.Audio quality is a bit of a mixed bag, though. Enabling the included Beats Audio processing software definitely improves the sound for DVD movies, but music playback isn't particularly accurate, with too much mid-bass present. The audio quality seems a little above average in general, you'll want to use headphones for the best playback.
The software and documentation included are both pretty standard, with HP edging into the online-storage market with HP CloudDrive, an OEM implementation of ZumoDrive. As is typical, you get 2GB free, with tiered pricing for additional storage. Also included is Norton Internet Security trialware, along with other HP tools.
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