Hewlett-Packard launches in France one of his very first notebook PC with Intel platform Huron River Sandy Bridge processor, the Pavilion dv6-6051sf.*Format 15.6 inches, it has a graphics card AMD last generation, a Core i3, USB 3.0 and good storage space.
It has the technology that prevents CoolSense laptop from overheating while ProtectSmart protects the hard drive against impact, parked the playhead where a fall is detected. It benefits from the new Intel platform Huron River with Intel HM65 lacking the bug that affected the first Chipster Cougar Point.
With its processor core Sandy Bridge i3-2310M and 4 GB of RAM, it delivers good performance in current use (office, surfing the Internet) and multitasking. Its dedicated graphics card Radeon DirectX 11 HD6490M last generation it is able to run games too resource intensive 3D and play HD videos without worry.
The screen adopts this as a 16:9 format that lends itself well to playing videos, and a brilliant treatment that enhances colors but appears subject to the glare of the characteristics in the market average as well as its resolution 1366 × 768.
For its part, the drive offers good storage space of 640 GB, while side connector, HP has made some changes from its previous dv6 Pavilion.*We thus find two USB 3.0 out of 4 USB ports, so you can enjoy up file transfers 10 times faster than USB 2.0 with USB 3.0.