Going where no music has gone before.The ultimate machine for your hearing, the party’s happening wherever you go. This is the high-performance entertainment center you can take just about anywhere you go.
Take all the thrills with you
-Have a blast with the latest and fastest graphics boost available on a notebook with 1GB video memory.
-Enjoy super speed data transfers and backups with USB 3.0. Leaves you more time to live your life!
Entertainment that rocks
-Get your hands on power-packed quality entertainment. Dive into HD and Blu-ray movies, music videos and action games on the brilliant 15.6” HD display.
-What to watch? Action, romance, comedy, drama -- your HP Pavilion dv notebook lets you take all the thrills with you, as much as you can handle, and probably more with a 750GB HDD.
Too cool to be true
-Chill out with the new HP CoolSense Technology – a breakthrough “intelligent cooling” system pre-installed in your notebook to keep it cool, so you can use it in ultimate comfort.
-Trust the intelligent HP Thermal Assistant software to know when you’re at your desk or on the move and adjust the thermal settings automatically, wherever you are.
2nd Generation Intel Core i7-2630QM 2.0 GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.9 GHz
ATI Radeon HD 6770M 1GB graphics
Blu-ray + SuperMulti DVD with Double Layer Support
Wireless 802.11 b/g/n + Bluetooth
Windows 7 Home Premium
Let down by pathetically low resolution screen
Justin Moss on 13.06.2011
This machine has some impressive specs, however the showstopper Please don't enable these fool manufacturers by letting them think that bundling a 1366x768 screen with a 15.6" laptop is okay - it's NOT. It's not possible do any decent work on a screen with only 768 vertical pixels. These machines need a 900 or 1080 vertical pixel resolution at least (something I got on my 14.1" Dell machine nearly 6 years ago!). And for those who say this is a good screen for watching movies, get a bloody TV (JB Hi Fi will sell you a much bigger TV for exactly the same money).
DB on 05.07.2011
I bought this laptop and have been very happy. Loading all my programmes has not caused a single conflict and all programmes run well together. Battery life is impressive with around 3 hours doing word processing. This is a fast laptop and and does not lag. The keyboard is much sturdier than my previous Toshiba Qosimo, and doesn't bend in the middle with a little pressure (maybe this is owed to the metal frame). The screen is fine for doing all my uni work and watching movies. Unless your eyes are made of champion stuff, it functions well. Anyway, there's a HDMI cable for true HD viewing on a HD TV. What sort of tool watches HD DVDs solely on the laptop :S