HP Pavilion DM6-4003TX review – Core i7-2630QM
The HP Pavilion DM6-4003TX is the latest Laptop powered by the Intel’s newer Core i7-2630QM – the Sandy Bridge processor. The notebook comes with 4GB DDR3 Memory and a large 640GB HARD Drive. The graphics is driven by the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6570 with 1GB of GDDR dedicated memory. The screen size is 15.6″ and the backlight is driven by the LED.
– Fast Sandy Bridge processor quad Core i7-2630QM ( 2.0 GHz, 6 MB smart cache)
– 4 GB RAM, 640 GB Hard Disk
– 15.6 inch screen
– 3 USB ports
It may be worthwhile to take a look at the individual components of the HP Pavilion DM6-4003TX
The Core i7-2630QM that powers HP Pavilion DM6-4003TX is the latest quad core processor from Intel that bring improvement in the CPU performance of the order of 10 to 15% over the similar quad core i7 processor having same clock. Its graphics performance gets significant boost, saving the power from the external discrete graphics. Its 6 GB Cache memory gives it additional teeth.
RAM and Hard Disk
The HP Pavilion DM6-4003TX comes with 4 GB of RAM and 640 GB of hard disk. This should make it worth enough to be classified as high end computing machine.
HP Pavilion DM6-4003TX comes with 15.6″ LCD screen driven by ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6570. You should be able to play moderate to high end games with this notebook. The screen comes with a resolution of 1366 x 768.
Other connectivity features.
Pavilion DM6-4003TX comes with wired and wireless networking features. It also comes with 4 USB ports, the forth one being shared with eSATA. An external VGA will be good to see the content of the notebook on a large monitor. We did not find any description of the HDMI cable which could have been a good feature to display the screen contents on an external LCD HDTV. The notebook also comes with 5 in one media card, that is helpful to directly view the contents of the digital card from the notebook. Finally, it also comes with a webcam that you can use for video chats.
The HP Pavilion DM6-4003TX was spotted at a price of Phillipines 72,990 peso ( about 1638 US Dollars) at the time of writing. Pretty much commensurate to the processing power it posses.