The HP Pavilion DV6-7050 15.6? Laptop boasts incredible graphics and audio for superior entertainment and adds style to your personal computer with the midnight black exterior. Graceful with power Combining premium materials of aluminium and chrome the HP Pavilion DV6-7050 15.6? Laptop is equipped with a powerful 2nd generation Intel? Core? i3-2350M processor, aligned with a Genuine Windows? 7 Home Premium 64 operating system to promise a high performance to compliment the refined design. Embrace the striking sound Discover a unique audio experience on the HP DV6-7050 with integrated Beats Audio, subwoofer and 4 speakers delivering clear sound. The exposed speaker bar embedded into the display projects incredible sound directly towards users, promising clarity whilst listening to your favourite tunes. With the potential of hours of usage the CoolSense by HP automatically adjusts the temperature of the device to deliver optimum performance, whether you're on the move or sat at your desk. High define your socialising network With an incredible 2.0 megapixel camera built-in to the HP Pavilion DV6-7050 15.6? Laptop you can be sure to experience a HD video revolution. The HP TrueVision HD Webcam assures you to look your best in any light, ideal for HD video calling or recording this can all be viewed on the HD BrightView screen where the NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M Graphics card delivers cutting edge results. Gaming and entertainment is at its full potential with the 1 GB DDR3 memory, promising stunning visuals and peak performance. Connections galore The HP Pavilion DV6-7050 15.6? Laptop consists of the latest in fast transfer technology with USB 3.0, and with video interfaces of HDMI you can be rest assured that linking between devices is made simple. Built-in WiFi allows for access to the internet where you can utilise online movies and gaming as well as quality browsing. All in all this HP DV6-7050 guarantees a defined experience in computing and entertainment.
HP Pavilion DV6-7050 15.6″ Laptop – Black, Black
June 30, 2012 By