The Pavilion dv6-6090 Hewlett-Packard laptop is a versatile format 15.6-inch displays in the Intel platform Huron River with a Quad Core processor Sandy Bridge, a graphics card AMD DirectX 11 performance, a beautiful storage space and a good amount of RAM not to mention a Blu-Ray and USB 3.0.
This is manifested by the presence of an optical drive capable of supporting Blu-Ray media.But to fully enjoy this type of media in high definition, a passage from an external display Full HD via HDMI will be necessary.
The slab-board displays in fact a standard feature with its brilliant handling and resolution of 1366 × 768 well below HD.At least, its 16:9 format is particularly well suited to playing videos.
The heart of this notebook built around an Intel HM65, constituted a Core i7-2630QM Sandy Bridge and a nice amount of RAM, 6 GB, also attests to its multimedia orientation.A significant amount of RAM is actually required under the work-type photo editing, 3D rendering and video editing, allowing for fast treatment helped by the CPU with 4 cores, what example to save time during the encoding of a video from a machine with 4GB of DDR3 and a Dual Core.
We also liked the beautiful 1000 GB disk space because it is possible to store many different files and varied, but we would have liked the hard disk is more swift to provide a response even further.