The new HP Pavilion dv6 is HP’s first clamshell laptop in the U.S. to strut an optional touchscreen display. This 15.6″ laptop is an affordable multimedia powerhouse/desktop replacement. Not only does it have a touchscreen, but it’s also strutting HPs awesome MediaSmart and TouchSmart software that features seamless integration with entertainment apps like Hulu, Twitter, and much more. System features include Quad Core processors, up-to 1TB of storage, a powerful Dolby advanced audio system with Altec Lansing Speakers, and VGA, eSATA and HDMI ports. The HP Pavilion dv6 is available in a brushed aluminum finish or HP Imprint finishes in black cherry, champagne and sonoma red starting at $529.99 for the AMD powered version and $649.99 for the Intel powered version. The dv6 will be available as soon as May 19th.
if you’re looking for something with an even bigger display, the dv7 offers up-to 2TB of storage and dual HDD configurations, a full size numeric keypad, optional premium Beats audio and up-to 1GB of VRAM hybrid PowerExpress and Crossfire support. Pricing begins at $799.
Both laptops are available with HP SimplePass. HP SimplePass is the first time we’ve seen a fingerprint user be put to good use on a consumer laptop. The technology lets users securely input and access all their passwords with a simple swipe of their finger. That includes log-in information for web sites, so that you don’t have to reenter your log-in info everytime you visit your favorite sites. The systems are also available with HP QuickWeb which lets uses access the web almost instantly, without having to boot into windows. And finally, the systems are also available with the HP TrueVision WebCam which optimizes video for all types of light settings.