Deal of the Day: Sandy Bridge HP Laptops

HP Direct Store is offering up to $280 in savings + $150 stackable coupon on its new HP Pavilion dv6t Quad Edition (dv6tqe) Laptop with optional multi-touch screen and 2nd generation 2011 Core i7 Quad options.

HP is also offering FREE 6GB RAM Upgrade ($60 savings), FREE 750GB Hard Drive, 50% off two 6-cell batteries, and FREE shipping.

At just 1.21-inch thin and weighing 5.5 lbs, the HP dv6 Quad Edition sports brushed aluminum finish in stream argento (metal). In addition to Multi-touch screen, optional upgrades include Blu-ray, Fingerprint Reader, Backlit keyboard, and 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6570 graphics.

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HP direct store is offering the 17.3-inch HP Pavilion dv7 Quad Edition (dv7tqe) Laptop equipped with 2nd Generation Intel processor, with best deal starting at $1,249.99 - $300 coupon code = $949.99 with FREE shipping. Also get FREE upgrade to Blu-ray ($100 value), Free 6GB memory & 750GB  Hard Drive, and $20 off Microsoft Office 2010 Home & Student.

The redesigned HP dv7t Quad Edition (dv7tqe) Laptop sports brushed aluminum chassis in stream argento (metal) finish and measures 1.25-inch thin. Also features Altec Lansing speakers w/Beats Audio & HP Triple Bass Subwoofer, TrueVision HD webcam, 2nd generation Core i7 CPU and 1GB ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6570 DirectX 11 discrete graphics.

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  • a laptop with a corei7 could be a monster eating battery life.
    I'll wait until they go down a bit in price.
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  • on 17", the mouse pad is not centered.
    Do I need to get an apple to get a mouse pad that is centered?
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  • ProDigit10a laptop with a corei7 could be a monster eating battery life.I'll wait until they go down a bit in price.


    The new quadcore i7's are much more efficient than previous generations, I don't get why people don't understand this. Newer CPU's are almost always more efficient than previous generations, ESPECIALLY notebook CPU's.
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