HP Pavilion HDX Video
HP Pavilion HDX Video Transcript
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>> I'm Dan Ackerman, Senior Editor at CNET.com and we are taking a look at the brand new HP Pavilion HDX. This is one of the very first HDX systems to roll off the production line and as you can see it is a laptop in name only, sporting a massive 20 inch LCD display and weighing in at about 15 and a half pounds. Now what's a massive system like this for? Well, it's kind of a portable home theater. You could take it to the country house, you can set it up in your dorm room, you can move it around occasionally but you probably wouldn't want to carry it around more than once every great while. Because the thing is so huge it requires a special hinge so you can actually take the screen and tilt it up and tilt it back like this and you can move it forward, you can pull it back a little bit like that. And to fold it up you've got to be a little bit careful, push it all the way back like that till it clicks and then you just fold it down and look at that, you're ready to go. Opening up, again, got to be a little careful, there we go. Now we really like the touch sensitive controls up here above the keyboard including this volume control, just run your finger up and down it like that. It's also got the cool touch pad that we saw on the HP TX100 a couple months ago. And you've also got an HDMI output. For controlling the system from way back on the couch there's actually a remote control built in. It sits right here and you just hit this little switch and lift it out and then you can use this to launch media center or play, pause, control the volume, any thing else you'd want to do. If this guy looks at all familiar he's a lot like the Dell M2010, which is another 20 inch laptop that we saw at about this time last year. And like that guy the HDX is ridiculously big, ridiculously expensive and you're probably ridiculously going to want one. I'm Dan Ackerman and that is the HP Pavilion HDX. ^M00:01:48 [ Music ]
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