Thursday, April 7, 2011

HP Pavilion dv6 with Beats audio





My first acquisition from my first full paycheck on my new work is an HP Pavilion dv6 with Beats Audio. It was love at first sight! ♥♥♥ And my frequent trip to Jarir Bookstore made me love it even more (ha ha!).



With its 15.6" display, metal finish and Intel core i5 processor, it is truly a delight for users who wants to experience out of the box multimedia and gaming. What makes it more enticing to buy is the Beats Audio incorporated in it. Dr. Dre and Jimmy Lovine (creator of Beats) collaborated with HP and applied the signature Beats sound profile to provide the optimal sound experience the way artists and users wanted their music to be heard may it be through headphones or external speakers. It also boasts of quad speakers to fill out your on-the-go entertaining (two at the front and two near the hinge).


The Pavilion dv6 also has an integrated Blu-ray disc player and a built-in HP TrueVision HD Webcam that offers crisp, clear video chatting even in low-light conditions.It also include a USB 3.0 for faster sharing and transferring of files and offer ample multimedia storage with up to 1 terabyte (TB) of storage.

To protect personal information and simplify password management, the Pavilion dv6 include HP SimplePass, which provides enhanced security for access to online accounts (eg., yahoomail, facebook, twitter, blogger) and passwords with the swipe of a finger. In addition, all HP Pavilion dv-series notebooks feature HP ProtectSmart, which locks the hard drive to protect photos, music and memories in case the notebook is accidentally dropped.




The unboxing of HP Pavilion dv6 with Beats Audio =)
 


***For those who have HP lappies with beats audio in them and doesn't know how to turn on and off the beats speaker, just press on:

fn + b

fn is located at the bottom part, second to the far left side of your keyboard.

2 comments:

  1. god bless you man! I was dying thinking wtf did i do , it suddenly stopped haha! GOD BLESS U!!!

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