December 4, 2012

HP Pavilion g6-2278dx Equipped with AMD A8-4500M APU, Radeon HD 7640G

The HP Pavilion g6-2278dx is another laptop PC packed with AMD quad-core accelerated processor. Specifically, if offers AMD A8-4500M APU that features 4MB L2 cache and runs at the clock speed of 1.9GHz with Turbo Core technology up to 2.8GHz. This APU has a PassMark rating of 2662. This is less powerful than Intel Core i3-3110M with a Passmark Rating of 2909 and Intel Core i5-3210M which has a rating of 3883. It is packed also with a discreet-class integrated GPu dubbed AMD Radeon HD 7640G that features up to 2029MB total available video memory.

This HP Pavilion g6-2278dx comes equipped with several connectivity features like 2 USB 3.0 ports; 1 USB 2.0 port; high-speed wireless LAN with 802.11b/g/n standards; 10/100Base-T Ethernet LAN; VGA and HDMI output port. It is equipped also with 6-cell lithium-ion battery to give you more time working away from the main source of electricity.

Moreover, this HP Pavilion g6-2278dx comes with several other features to make you more productive using this computing device like 4GB DDR3 SDRAM for multitasking ability of your laptop; Multiformat DVD±RW/CD-RW drive; 15.6 inch LED-backlit high-definition widescreen display with BrightView technology and 1366 x 768 resolution; 640GB hard drive (5400 rpm) with HP ProtectSmart hard drive protection; TrueVision high-definition webcam with digital microphone; media reader for Secure Digital and MultiMediaCard formats; and comes in Imprint finish in sparkling black with curved, beveled edges and a chrome speaker accent.

Further to that, this HP Pavilion g6-2278dx laptop PC measures around 1.4 inches x 14.8 inches x 9.6 inches and weighs about 5.5 pounds. It comes with Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit operating system. This laptop PC is available at the price of $450.

2 comments:

Unknown said...

Not sure which is correct, but here you say this APU has a PassMark rating of 2662, but on the linked post for the APU, you stated it had a PassMark rating 4515. Has the rating changed since July, or is one of these posts incorrect? Other than that, thanks for the write-up.

Gelo Basilio said...

its about 2700, thanks for pointing out