Notebook with Sandy Bridge at the city of Merlion
We’ve seen Sandy Bridge processors at retail, as well as motherboards, but now notebooks powered by new Sandy Bridge processors are also popping out from the bottle in the blizzard of Singapore. News has it that Singaporean malls are already stocking Pavilion dv6 laptops with the new Core i7 processors. It’s the same quad-core i7-2630QM chip that popped up on a dv7 spec sheet not too long ago — it runs at 2GHz by default, but dynamic overclocking and disabling of cores can take that up to the 2.8GHz mark. Keeping it company inside HP’s 15.6-inch laptop are 4GB of RAM and AMD’s Radeon HD 6570M GPU. The entire machine is described as indistinguishable, in terms of construction, from HP’s current crop of dv6s, leaving the precious internals to justify a price of 1,899 Singapore dollars (about $1,460).
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