HP Pavilion G6 Drivers Download For Windows
HP Pavilion G6 Drivers Download For Windows – HP Pavilion G6 comes with windows 7 32bit, windows 10 64 bit, windows 8, windows 8.1 64 bit and others. HP G62 is an Intel Pentium T4500 CPU. HP apparently thought it had something of a hidden gem (or at least a cubic zirconia) on its hands, as the revamped 2011 version not only moves up to be an officially Pavilion-branded system, but also includes a much better Intel Core i3 processor.
Our main complaint is that the Core i3 included here isn’t the latest 2011 version, but instead one from last year. That means battery life isn’t going to be as good (in fact it’s pretty terrible), and you don’t get Intel’s improved onboard graphics. You can build a version of Dell’s Inspiron 15R with similar specs and that newer Core i3 for $619, if better gaming and better battery life are of prime importance. Slightly less slablike than last year’s HP G62, the new Pavilion G6 mixes light-gray and dark-gray plastic on its body, and has a highly glossy lid that still manages to be very fingerprint-resistant. The chassis doesn’t feel as cheap as some low-end laptops we’ve tried, but there’s definitely a little flex to the body and some squeaking from the plastic screen hinges.
The G6-2248CA is pretty standard looking. It’s designed to be appeal to most of the population, so it has basic looks with a glossy black visage. The 15.6-inch screen dictates the size of the chassis, which is 3.6 by 37.6 by 24.4 cm (HWD), and the system weighs about five and a half pounds. It’s a little heavy compared to the ultrabooks you see promoted by Intel, but it’s certainly portable enough for the home or college campus. The G6-2248CA comes with a chiclet-style keyboard with full numeric keypad, which may come in handy if you’re entering a lot of numbers, like in actuarial or engineering programs. The keyboard isn’t backlit, but that’s okay since the system is so inexpensive.
The keyboard is slightly different than on HP’s higher-end Pavilion laptops, with the up and down arrow keys shrunk down and without a row of dedicated media control keys. The flat-topped keys, which are wider at the bottom, clacked loudly while we typed and wiggled a good deal under our fingers. But keeping the price in mind, it was an overall acceptable typing experience.
The touch pad, in contrast, was a very pleasant surprise. Instead of a large clickpad-style surface, as seen on many of HP’s other laptops, you instead get a simple rectangle of textured plastic etched right into the wrist rest with a pair of mouse buttons underneath. This usually isn’t our preferred setup, but in this case it worked very well. The touch pad’s texture had just the right amount of drag, and the buttons were large and sturdy. Our main complaint would be the sluggish gesture controls; even simple two-finger scrolling is a pain.
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