HP Pavilion dv6t gets reviewed: nice for the price, but full of crapware

Nilay Patel
N. Patel|05.01.09

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HP Pavilion dv6t gets reviewed: nice for the price, but full of crapware

It's not a bad time to be a budget-minded shopper on the hunt for a full-size laptop -- you've got a tons of nice options in the $600 - $1,000 range, and it sounds like HP's recently-revised dv6t is a strong competitor. PC Mag just took the 16-inch machine for a spin and came back favorably impressed, with cheers for great keyboard and included numeric keypad, light weight, and HDMI output. Sadly, a host of bundled crapware put a significant load on the 2.0GHz Core 2 Duo and the integrated graphics were expectedly lame, but for $750 after rebate, you might want to add this one to your list. Full review at the read link.
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