Sunday, February 7, 2010

For Sale HP Pavilion DV6-1360US 15.6-Inch Espresso Laptop - Up to 3.5 Hours of Battery Life (Windows 7 Home

HP Pavilion DV6-1360US 15.6-Inch Espresso Laptop - Up to 3.5 Hours of Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)

Product Description
For those who want an all-in-one performance notebook with rich multimedia features, the HP Pavilion dv6 Entertainment series delivers excellent mobile performance that looks as great as it runs. Powered by the latest processor and graphics technologies, it delivers the features you need to support your digital lifestyle. Enjoy full-screen viewing of HD TV and movies with the 16:9 display. Enjoy your photos and videos on HD TVs with the HDMI port (cable sold separately). Chat face to face with the HP Webcam and add fun special effects. Enter data quickly with the separate numeric keypad. Look good on the go with award-winning HP Imprint finish. Create personalized DVD and CD labels with LightScribe.

  • 2.13GHz Intel Core2 Duo P7450 Processor (3MB L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB)
  • 4 GB DDR3 RAM (2 Dimm), Max supported 8 GB
  • 500GB (7200RPM) SATA Hard Drive, LightScribe SuperMulti 8X DVD±R/RW with Double Layer Support
  • 15.6" Diagonal High Definition HP LED BrightView Display (1366x768); ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4650 with up to 2.8 GB total available graphics memory with 1 GB dedicated
  • Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit, *Up to 3.5 Hours of Battery Life

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very satisfied
i purchased this laptop for school. and i am very satisfied. previously i owned a dell but i really prefer the hp. since i have always had hp products.

i would recommend this product to anyone

great laptop
My wife and bought this to replace an older HP pavilion. We currently live abroad and had arranged for it to be brought to us by some friends who came to visit. We would have ordered a custom built machine from HP, but it would not be delivered to our friends in time for their departure. So, we went with this quick-ship model from Amazon.

This computer runs Windows 7 perfectly with a fast start-up time and no waiting when you open programs, but where it really shines is watching media. The screen is very high-end with HD resolution that makes anything from you-tube videos to hulu, to DVDs beautiful to watch. There are two headphone jacks on the front so both you and a companion can watch a movie without turing on the speakers or having to go one earbud each. When you do want to use the speakers, they are very good for a computer this size. The computer also comes with a convenient media remote control that you can store in the express card slot on the left side of the chassis. I read many reviews of HP pavilions complaining about the touch smart media controls across the top of the keyboard, but I have found these to work really well. There are 4 USB ports, super fast draft "n" wifi, VGA out for an external monitor, and an HDMI out for connecting to an HDTV.

The only complaints we might have are rather minor. I think that the number pad on the right side of the keyboard is really unnecessary and doesn't fit well on this size computer. It also makes the keyboard and mouse pad off-center from the screen which I don't particularly like. The only other complaint is the high gloss finish on the lid and palm rests. It shows smudges and fingerprints every single time you touch the computer. I also don't really love the imprint design on the lid and palm rest either. It isn't bad, it just isn't that great to me. I much prefer HP's moonlight white imprint, but we needed this computer fast so we ordered it from Amazon instead of getting one custom from HP. The white is still high gloss, but it doesn't show smudges as badly and I think it is more attractive. I do wish that HP would go back to their more timeless liquid-metallic/silver body color and can the stupid and unnecessarily cramped "full-size" keyboard.

This HP laptop is sturdy and well made, it runs very fast, it has lots of nice and well thought out little features like a remote and two headphone jacks, tons of ports for everything you need, and the screen is extremely good. Overall a great laptop especially considering the price.

good for the price
though technical specification is enough

but I want to add that I loved the lightscribe feature

one concern is the heat, this one is going very hot too fast. in just minutes it goes like burning fire

otherwise every other issue is okay.

Nice Laptop - Actually has Decent Graphics
The kicker for me with this laptop is that it actually has a decent video card. You're not going to be playing any demanding games with it, but for working with HD video it works quite well.

If you need a laptop that is capable of doing more than internet and office apps, this would be a wise choice. A couple of things that make it stand out from other 'budget' laptops (this may cost a little more than most budget laptops, but the differences are well worth it in my opinion).

- The P7450 processor has a 1066 MHz FSB, whereas most of the cheaper laptop processors (6000 line) are 866 MHz. This equates to better data transfer.

- The 4gb of ddr3 ram is faster and more efficient than traditional ddr2 ram.

- As mentioned earlier, the HD4650 video card with 1 gb dedicated memory actually makes the laptop usable for lower end games and HD video. This also frees up some RAM that would normally be used for any on-screen graphical display/videos.

- The 500gb hard drive is 7200 RPM vs the common 5400 RPM speed. This will also provide faster access data

All of these items listed help increase the performance of the laptop. Throw in Win7 x64 and this machine can fly. I can't comment on the camera or sound as I have not used those features yet, but overall I would highly recommend this machine, possibly as a lower end desktop replacement.

I'm happy
this has been a very nice computer, i do play war of warcraft and the graphics has been wonderful, for the price i think it's a great value

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