HP has already released quite a few products that uses their TouchSmart that appeals to quite a few people these days. However, what we have failed to see is a laptop that uses their TouchSmart technology.
They decided to start this out with the Pavillion dv6, which has went through a makeover than previous members of the Pavillion family by having a “metal look.” This is their start to providing more user-friendly computing solutions.
Now, the Pavillion line is know for it’s ever-changing look targeted to attract the newer generation of computer users without having to jack up the cost or sacrifice the performance of their computers.
Now, you need to keep in mind that this particular technology is optional on the HP Pavillion dv6, which does have a reason as not everyone wants to take advantage of it.
As far as specs, it comes with a 1TB hard drive, plenty of USB ports, HDMI, and your choice of an Intel or AMD processor. This is truly enough to get the job done, and then maybe some more.
A tablet may be a better option for those who essentially want to use this for music and other types of multimedia as the price starts at a little over $500. This is definitely a price that HP can’t really justify due to their negative experiences with consumers in the recent past.
For the HP fans, this is a great moment for them. However, personally I steer away from HP as I am one of the many people who have experienced the side effects of going with a computer manufacturer that sacrifices quality for price.
Then again, maybe it’s just me. I will leave that up for you to decide. If anyone has tried this out, please leave a comment and let us know how it added up. Until next time, happy computing!