The HP Pavilion g6-2245sf laptop is a sweet price 15.6 inch suitable for everyday use. It runs Comal platform AMD Trinity APU with a Dual Core A4, a large storage space but also connectivity including USB 3.0 6Cell hp vp502aa battery and HDMI, all for less than 400 euros at this moment during a flash sale. And now he is eligible for cashback of up to 100 euros HP.
It has technology ProtectSmart hard drive protection like HP pavilion dv2000 battery against shocks and falls through a 3D accelerometer that detects as well as CoolSense designed to maintain temperatures at a reasonable level. The HP Pavilion g6-2245sf may interest those who wish to invest in a laptop inexpensive standard format for everyday use.
It has good connectivity including HDMI and VGA video outputs like HP g5000 battery for easy connection to a TV or monitor, for example, audio and Ethernet ports, a Wi-Fi module n to connect to remote wireless and 3 all USB ports compatible with both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0, USB 3.0 ensures faster transfers than USB 2.0 if one branch of USB 3.0 devices.
HP g7000 battery Hard disk also offers a large capacity of 750 GB and can accommodate many different files and different but also many software and games. If it is not designed for gamers, this laptop can still run games undemanding to resources through the 3D part HD7420G Radeon integrated into the APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) which allows you to view photos and videos, including HD 1080p.
The HP g50 battery screen adopts also unsurprisingly a 16:9 format well suited to playing videos with a brilliant treatment that revives color but proves sensitive to glare and a definition of 1366 × 768, the classical sum for a 15.6 inches.
Finally thanks to its 4 GB of HP 485041-003 RAM and Trinity APU Dual Core A4-4300M, this laptop is well suited to use so-called office, ie for everyday use and multitasking too pushed enough to run multiple applications simultaneously limiting their number, however if you want to launch a resource-intensive software in order not to suffer slowdowns.