Glossy looks of course gives elegant impression at a product. HP also launches their Pavilion series in glossy taste which not only beautiful but also had smart specification that consumers need.
Pavilion dv2608TX is one of dv2000 series which majored by HP as notebook mobile for computing needed. Black piano polish with line pattern makes beautiful the notebook physical as a whole and this pattern used also by other HP “dv” series. Besides design, HP also gives enough features, started from output facility; S-video and VGA, HDMI, card reader, wireless, expansion slot and multimedia.
Multimedia factor looks dominant in Pavilion dv2608TX by adding Altec Lansing speaker along the length of LCD 14,1" below panel. In the result, sound produced of course more energetically if compared to as of class notebook. HP also applies QuickPlay system by providing quick button to access photo, music, and DVD movie. Just need to touching the button hence you can swiftly enjoys the multimedia feature.
To support the performance, Pavilion dv2608TX uses Core 2 Duo T7250 (2GHz) processor which fused with DDR2 1GB memory and GeForce 8400M-GS graphic chip. But for VGA only provided 64MB internal memory because assumed has fulfilled for notebook requirement. WEI notes (Windows Experience Index) from bundled Windows Vista Home Premium reaches 3,5 which meaning its computing is still pertained medium only, not for serious gaming.
Its fair enough to compares the Pavilion dv2608TX ability with Asus F9S which having equivalents enough specification (except F9S uses Core 2 Duo T7500 and 7800mAh battery). Audio-video speed average test is equal enough and only diverse in second calculation only. Big difference only at battery endurance, by relying on 4-cell battery, dv2608TX is exhausted quicker in around 20-40 minutes compared to F9S which using 9-cell. But at least this notebook have been ideal for daily usage, even its weight is felt heavy enough to be brought all day long.HP Pavilion dv2608TX ReviewPrice Range: $1399Specs:- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 (2GHz, 4MB cache, FSB 800Mhz)- RAM: 1GB, DDR2 PC5300- Chipset: Intel GM965- Graphic Card: nVidia GeForce 8400M G- Harddisk: 160 GB SATA- Optical Drive: DVD±R DL LightScribe- Screen: 14,1 inches, 1280x800 pixel- Soundcard: Connexant CX20549, HD-Audio- Battery: 4700 mAh- Dimension: 33,9 x 25,2 x(3,4-4,2) cm- Weight: 2,48 kg- Feature: WiFi, Bluetooth, LAN, card reader (5-in-1), USB (2 port), FireWire, Webcam, Express Card, HDMI, VGA-out- Operation System: Windows Vista Home PremiumCheck This Out:HP 2133 Mini-Note PC Review: Eee PC another CompetitorAcer Aspire 8920G and 6920G Review: Blue InspirationHP Pavilion dv6500t Review: A Jam-Packed Budget Notebook