Hewlett-Packard has released the 15.6-inch HP Pavilion dv6t Select Edition entertainment laptop.
The main differences between the dv6t Select Edition and new standard dv6t is that the SE has a touchscreen display option, quad-core processor choice, and a different case finish.
The Pavilion dv6t Select Edition features the Intel Core i3, i5, or i7 CPU, up to the quad-core i7-820QM, a switchable graphics solution combining the Intel HD integrated and ATI Radeon HD5470 512MB or HD5650 1GB dedicated GPU, up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, up to 640GB of hard disk space or a 160GB solid state drive, and a DVD burner or Blu-ray optical drive. Configurations with quad-core CPUs come with the ATI Radeon HD5650 1GB GPU only.
The notebook’s HD LED-backlit Brightview display has a resolution of 1366×768-pixles. The touch-screen option supports multi-touch gestures and is accompanied by HP TouchSmart applications.
HP’s dv6t SE also includes a web camera with microphone, an island-style keyboard, Altec Lansing stereo speakers, 802.11n WiFi, optional Bluetooth, Gigabit Ethernet, four USB ports (fourth shared with eSATA), a 5-in-1 media card reader, VGA and HDMI outputs and optional fingerprint reader.
The 5.5-pound notebook has a brushed aluminum chassis with “stream argento” texture and comes with a standard 6-cell battery for up to 5 hours of run time or optional 9-cell battery which provides up to 7.75 hours.
The Pavilion dv6t Select Edition runs Windows 7 OS is available via HP’s online store for a starting price of $749.99.