HP Pavilion dv6z Select Edition Notebook PC with AMD Phenom II Quad-Core Processor N930 2.0GHz

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(added 08 Oct 2011)

Let us see a latest notebook that is produced by HP, gives what type of functionalities and features to its users.  The new notebook we are currently reviewing is, HP Pavilion dv6z Select Edition Notebook PC with AMD Phenom II Quad-Core Processor N930 2.0GHz, 15.6" HD LED HP Screen, 8GB Memory, 640GB Hard Drive, 1GB ATI HD 5650 Graphics, Windows 7 Professional.

This latest series notebook is attaching along some of very unique and rare functionalities which would be rarely available other notebooks of the year and model.

This new HP Pavilion dv6z Select Edition Notebook is offered on the listed price of USD2199.99 whilst this gizmo is offered by Techno Intelligence on a discounted price of USD1549.99, thereby giving a saving of USD650.00 – that makes a remarkable incentive of 30 percent super saver.

What do you need more, go ahead and get one this is a truly productive notebook for everyone.  Whatever you may buy from the Techno Intelligence up to or beyond USD 199.00, you would get free shipping on such orders (see for their shipping policies).

This series of latest notebook brought to the fore by HP attaches an impressive AMD Phenom(TM) II Quad-Core Mobile Processor N930, thereby adding 2.0GHz, 2MB L2 Cache support, with its keyboard that is added with backlit capability.

This HP Pavilion dv6z Select Edition Notebook series is additionally adding a webcam, to enable you to link to your loved ones or buddies to talk with you whilst seeing you, likewise you could talk to them whilst seeing them.

This series is offering an extensive RAM memory of 8GB DDR3 System Memory (2 Dimm) including its HDD size of 640GB 7200RPM SATA.  Seeing and reviewing about its RAM memory, I feel and would surely let you know that, this series will work like a flying horse, and you wouldn’t come up with any glitch of speed.

(added 08 Oct 2011) / 3509 views

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