With the new Windows 7 Operating System release date just several days away, now may be a good time to snag a low price computer. You'll be eligible for a free upgrade to the new OS and will be able to save money on "older stock." Combine this situation with a nice coupon or two and you can score some serious savings.
HP's unveiled the Pavilion dv3t, a 13" notebook that starts at $799 before any discounts or incentives. The dv3t is built for mainstream consumers and can be customized to fit the needs of most students and home users. It can be configured with NVIDIA graphics, up to 8GB of RAM and a Blu-ray Disc drive.
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.
Art-inspired notebook designs are becoming more popular as consumers view their gadgets as truly personal. AMD, HP, and MTV reached out to the community and asked them for their art-inspired designs and received almost 17,000 entries. I grabbed on video the top designs from 4 different continents. I wish I were this creative.
HP's new Pavilion dv6t is a 16-inch entertainment notebook that's relatively affordable. Launched at CES 2009, the dv6t offers a bigger display than you'll find in the dv5 and adds a number pad. The dv6t is available now from $679.99.