Today we're going to review a pair of 15-inch mainstream laptops, the HP Pavilion dv6-1375dx and the Sony Vaio VGN-NW270F/S. Each have points to recommend them; one of them could be right for you.
The HP Pavilion dv6-1375dx is a mainstream 15.6-inch laptop that can be found in retail stores. It has a unique design and decent performance, but has some shortcomings that could make it a hard sell at its inflated price. You can find the Pavilion dv6-1375dx for around $849.99. It comes with a one-year warranty on parts and labor. Technical support is available through online chat or by calling HP's 24/7 toll-free line.
The Pavilion dv6-1375dx's retail configuration comes with a 2.13 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo P7450 processor with 3 MB of L2 cache. This dual-core processor gives the Pavilion dv6-1375dx performance similar to other laptops in its class, and it manages to handle basic computing tasks without problems. Casual users who need a laptop for surfing the net, instant messaging, multimedia, and other similar chores should find the Pavilion dv6-1375dx to perform just fine.
The laptop comes with 6 GB of DDR3 SDRAM to aid with multitasking. The included 500GB hard drive provides you with ample storage for all of your files. Graphics are handled by the integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500MDH card. The six-cell battery that comes with the laptop provides around four hours of usage when fully charged, which is not bad for a mainstream laptop, and gives you the freedom to use it for a decent amount of time without having to be near an outlet. Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 64-bit is the operating system that comes pre-installed, giving users the most up-to-date OS on the market.
Other features on the HP Pavilion dv6-1375dx include built-in 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi so you can connect to the fastest wireless networks while on the go. You can keep in contact with friends easily thanks to the integrated web cam and microphone that are great for video chatting.
There's a DVD drive, so you can watch movies and listen to and burn CDs. The drive supports LightScribe, which is a program that lets you print custom labels to your CDs after you burn them. A 5-in-1 media reader is also on board that allows for quick transfer of data from other devices like digital cameras. The reader supports formats such as SD cards, memory sticks, and more.
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