HP expanded its family of portable 15.6 inch platform under Huron River with a new model to less than 700 euros with a Core i5 Sandy Bridge, a graphics card AMD's latest generation of USB 3.0 and a good storage space, the HP Pavilion dv6-6063sf.
In terms of connectivity, it has Wi-Fi modules n and Bluetooth, audio ports, VGA video output and HDMI 1.4 (to broadcast 3D) as well as 4 USB ports, 2 USB 3.0, enough to make transfers up to 10 times faster with USB 3.0. In addition, a fingerprint reader is included for quick access to the system and identify themselves without having to enter password.
It is also equipped with a hard disk with a capacity of 750 GB, enough to store many files on the PC while the screen is more conventional with his reflections on treatment brilliant but enhances colors, its resolution of 1366 × 768 and 16:9 format suitable for video playback.
The dedicated graphics card Radeon HD6490M next generation DirectX 11 is just able to play HD videos without worry. In contrast, games are not his strong point but by adapting the resolution of the slab and / or levels of detail, it will be possible to engage in securities-efficient 3D resources.
Built around an Intel platform with Intel Huron River HM65, this notebook delivers all the cases of good performance in current use and multitasking thanks to its 4 GB of RAM and its processor i5-2410M Sandy Bridge.