The HP Pavilion dv2 is an ultraportable notebook that's affordable, but has enough graphics muscle that users can enjoy video games and play Blu-ray discs. After toning done the graphics setting, I played Call of Duty Word: World at War at over 30 frames per second and recorded the below video clips.
AMD sent over an HP Pavilion dv2 for us to evaluate and I wanted to share some photos of it and my first thoughts. The HP Pavilion dv2 fits somewhere between a premium ultraportable and a netbook, sharing some characteristics of each.
The HP Pavilion dv2 is finally available for order at HPDirect.com. The HP Pavilion dv2 aims to tackle the most common objections to netbooks by offering a bigger display, roomier keyboard, improved graphics and an external optical drive. The first Pavilion dv2 configuration costs $749.99, but we expect that price to drop in the coming months as rebates and other discounts begin to kick in.