Thin seems to be the mantra everywhere today, even in the notebook PC market, people have basically gone mad to get a piece of thinness. The latest addition to the ultra thin notebook market is the latest notebook from HP, the HP Pavilion dv2 Entertainment Notebook. This is really an ultra thin notebook that weighs only 1.64 kilos and is less than an inch in thickness.
Don't be fooled by its looks; though thin and small in size, this compact notebook does pack a powerful punch internally. This is possible through the energy efficient AMD Athlon Neo processor found in the notebook. The astounding graphics of the notebook is attributed to its ATI Radeon X1250 integrated graphics. If you want, you could also use its additional ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3410 discrete graphics.
You will notice that the design of these HP notebooks tend to compliment its 12.1 LED Backlit Widescreen display. All notebooks come with a lustrous and glossy finish and are available in imprints of two colors; black and White. The notebook is displayed through a 12.1 diagonal HP Bright View in a lightweight, but sturdy case of an alloy of magnesium.
This notebook was created with the intention of providing the consumer with something that was great in both form and functionality, and in its looks. This is something which will definitely suit anyone's and everyone's needs, lifestyle and personality. It is a notebook that will suit consumers who look for a something special in their products in terms of entertainment and productivity, at competitive rates.
Apart from working as a great office computer, this notebook offers an integrated entertainment experience to its user. It's optical drive and playback mechanism provides you with all the entertainment you will need.
This size zero notebook has Windows Vista technology and various options, with hard drives of great capacity that reach a maximum of 500 gigabytes. This provides sufficient space for making the notebook one with a large digital library.
In addition to this, with the HP ProtectSmart technology of the notebook, consumers are content of complete protection of their hard drive even when they are on the move. The notebook also supports wireless connectivity with the help of it's built in WWAN and comes with an HP webcam and microphone. With its battery offering six to eight hours of use per charging, the Dv2 is definitely a notebook worth investing in.