HP has unveiled (briefly) and its future dv6 Pavilion dv7 and its entry-level models in the series G. Program, a design slightly revived the day and the adoption of the platform Huron River and its processors Sandy Bridge.
Let's start with the Pavilion line, composed of dv6 and dv7. The new models, respectively 15.6 and 17.3 inches, features a design and more likely resume some elements already seen on laptops range Envy. The audio system, consisting of four speakers, has been produced in collaboration with Dr. Dre. HP promises improved sound reproduction.
Also new, the Pavilion dv7 dv6 and embark the latest Intel Core i5 and Sandy Bridge Core i7, accompanied by graphics cards from the ATI Radeon series 6. The storage space may reach the 1 TB and 2 TB dv6 for the dv7. A USB 3.0 port will also be taking part. Finally, some versions will board a Blu-Ray.
HP announces that it worked on the cooling system to improve its efficiency and most importantly, make it more discreet, a complaint often made by many users Pavilion today.