Hewlett-Packard released in the hexagon a new versatile laptopmultimedia-oriented format 17.3-inch platform that runs on IntelHuron River with a Quad Core Sandy Bridge, a nice amount of RAM anddisk space, a good graphics card dedicated AMD, Blu-Ray and Full HDpanel. The HP Pavilion dv7-6B95sf also has two USB 3.0 ports and oneaudio solution Beats signed.
It has a relatively homogeneousconfiguration with the exception of its storage space is assigned toa hard drive with a beautiful 1000 GB capacity and runs at a standardspeed of 5400 rev / min while the 7200 r / min would have made moreresponsive. However, what may seem to some a default perspective isknowing that it is also the lot of many of its competitors.
This model offers a multimediaorientation that is manifested by the presence of an optical drivecapable of reading Blu-Ray. This is high definition media which canbe enjoyed on the PC screen which features a 16:9 format well suitedto video playback also benefits from a Full HD resolution. Besidesbeing very valuable for reading Blu-Ray or other HD content, the1080p has also the advantage of providing more comprehensive abeautiful space for work and leisure.
Work in multimedia such as videoediting, photo editing or 3D rendering, or more generally in theareas of resource-intensive CPU and RAM, this laptop ensures fastertreatment with 4 GB DDR3 and a Dual Core with its 8 GB of RAM andSandy Bridge Core i7-2670QM couple who also secured a strong overallperformance in almost all situations. The power delivered is greaterthan what users need in practice to see what can come.
The graphics Intel GMA 3000 HDintegrated into Sandy Bridge processor can be exploited by thislaptop to save energy and increase autonomy. It consumes little andallows for example to play HD video smoothly. On the other hand whenyou need a graphics power than the dedicated graphics card RadeonHD6770M can be tapped, however, which implies a reduction ofautonomy.