HP Pavilion dv6000 review

Any idea of buying the HP pavilion dv6000?
Take a glance:
1. Intel T7400 Core 2 Duo Processor running at 2.16GHz
2. 15.4 inch widescreen display with 1280 x 800 resolution
3. 802.11 a/b/g support
4. 5 in 1 media card
5. 1.3 megapixel digital camera
6. 1GB RAM
7. 100GB HDD
It is known to us that while there’s a new chip on the inside, HP didn’t alter the design of the slick HP Pavilion dv6000. The glossy piano-black finish and gray pinstriping outside (with that color scheme reversed inside) looks stunning. Even better, the Pavilion dv6000 has the features and performance to complement its good looks like dell inspiron 1300, Dell Latitude D820 and other Laptops.
This six-pound notebook features a 15.4-inch widescreen LCD with a comfortable 1280 x 800-pixel native resolution. DVDs looked great on this display, and we like HP’s QuickPlay feature for launching and controlling multimedia files without booting up Windows. Viewing-angle performance was typical for this class of panel: good from side to side, but images looked washed-out when it was viewed from above.
The real draw, of course, is the performance. The Core 2 Duo processor helped the Pavilion dv6000 deliver the best MobileMark 2005 score we’ve ever seen from a mainstream portable (279)--a full 50 points better than the identical machine configured with the older Core Duo CPU. HP Pavilion dv6000 Battery life was almost 4 hours.
Was it worthy of being bought?
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