HP Pavilion dv6000 Video
With the Pavilion dv5000z series, HP delivers a well-designed and versatile multimedia laptop that starts at a highly affordable price point.
The HP Pavilion Chromebook 14 feels more like a traditional laptop than other Chromebooks thanks to its bigger screen.
The only real knock against this chic-looking 14-inch multimedia laptop is its plastic body, other than that, this a great midrange laptop with a unique, eye-catching design.
Starting at $549, the HP Pavilion dm3 aims to be an affordable Windows 7 thin-and-light laptop for those who don't want a thicker (and more tricked-out) machine, yet still want to accomplish tasks without feeling limited to Netbook-style performance.
Home users who want their laptop to double as a home entertainment center will love the high-end (and high-def) features on the HP Pavilion dv9000t.
At CES 2007, we take a look at the HP Pavilion tx1000. This laptop converts into a tablet that can be controlled with your fingertips and comes with a nice glossy screen, a remote control, and two headphone jacks.
At CES 2011, Molly Wood and Dan Ackerman check out the HP Pavilion DM1, an ultralight 11-inch laptop that uses an AMD Fusion processor.
HP's hot new Pavilion HDX weighs 15.5 pounds, has a 20-inch screen, and is a laptop in name only. This mobile home theater has a huge screen and a dockable remote control, and it should come with a weight belt.
HP's latest multimedia system, the Pavilion dm4, is a powerful, slick-looking package--but some competitors in the same price range offer more features for less.
As much as we've appreciated HP's efforts in bringing the slim tower to the mainstream, we cannot recommend this off-the-shelf Pavilion Slimline s5120y. Even considering its low price, its design, features, and performance all come up short next to its retail competition.