HP Unveils Three New Pavilion Series Of Laptops
By on May 5th, 2010

HP just announced the HP Pavilion dv6 laptop which has a 15.6 inch touch screen display. The main focus of the laptop is providing the best multimedia experience to its users. The laptop comes with the HP SimplePass technology, which provides the user’s data a greater level of security. The device has a brushed-aluminum finish etched with a streamlined design. hpThis is the first laptop in the market which has a laptop form-factor and comes with a touchscreen display.

The laptop has a maximum storage capacity of up to 1TB. The usual VGA, eSATA, USB 2.0, and HDMI ports are all duly covered. Users have an option to select either an Intel processor or an AMD processor. Along with the HP Pavilion dv6, HP also launched the HP Pavilion dv5 and the Pavilion dv7 laptops.

The HP Pavilion dv5 laptop has a first-of-its-kind 14.5 inch HD display. The HP dv6 and the dv7 laptops also come with a metal finish, and HP SimplePass technology. The HP Pavilion dv7 has an Altec Lansing speaker, accompanied by an HP Triple Bass Subwoofer for a superb audio and virtual surround sound experience. The laptop also comes preloaded with Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X3 and Corel VideoStudio Pro X3.

All 3 laptops come with the HP TrueVision webcam which optimizes video for any light setting, and HP the QuickWeb which provides the users with quick access to the web.

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    Where is the spy or leaked photo! I love sleek looking laptops. I really like the new Macbooks, but the stainless steel gets really cold some times. I guess you have to sacrifice some times.

 
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