HP has announced the availability Pavilion dv6-7010us laptop integrated with AMD Trinity Processor. This is one of the first laptops launched commercially with this processor. This HP laptop features the Quad Core AMD A8 processor which is a key element in the AMD Trinity lineup. The specs of this AMD Trinity processor indicate that it will be a powerful and credible alternative the Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors.
HP Pavilion dv6-7010us comes with a graphics card of AMD Radeon 7640G. AMD has an advantage of now integrating a more powerful processor with GPU, thus providing users with better performance and processing efficiency. The RAM capacity of 6GB further enhances the processing speed. The laptop also has an internal storage capacity of 750GB. The currently available model features a display with1366 x 768 pixels resolution which is not that impressive considering other similar models from HP.
AMD Trinity processors lineup is said to be the powerful successor of its last year’s Llano lineup adding a lot of interesting features to compete with the Ivy Bridge processor recently released by Intel. The overall processing performance of AMD Trinity Processor, unfortunately, still lags behind the Ivy Bridge models as per the initial benchmarking tests. However, the price range of these AMD Trinity processor equipped gadgets will be a plus point. Users can enjoy comparable features with this processor that too at an affordable price tag when compared to Ivy Bridge. This cost factor is sure to attract many consumers to prefer AMD processor to Ivy Bridge.
The integrated graphics performance with this laptop is said to more powerful than what Intel offers with HD 4000. AMD HD 7640G works in line with dedicated AMD HD 7610M improving the overall graphics performance making it a suitable gadget for advanced gaming and for watching latest movies and videos with HD visual effect.
HP Pavilion dv6-7010us has a powerful design with a solid build. This HP laptop with AMD Trinity processor can be purchased at a justifiable price tag of around Rs. 35,000/- as compared to the Intel Ivy Bridge version of the same machine offered at a price of around Rs. 45,000/-.