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HP Pavilion G6 review: HP Pavilion G6

Of course, all this wouldn't matter if the price got a significant bump as well. Fortunately, HP is selling this configuration on its site for $549 right now, although we've seen other retailers selling it for up to $100 more.

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.

Price as reviewed$549
Processor2.54GHz Intel Core i3-380M
Memory4GB, 667MHz DDR3
Hard drive500GB 5,400rpm
ChipsetMobile Intel HM55
GraphicsIntel GMA
Operating systemWindows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Dimensions (WD)14.7x9.7 inches
Height1.2-1.4 inches
Screen size (diagonal)15.6 inches
System weight / Weight with AC adapter5.3 pounds/6.1 pounds
CategoryMidsize

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 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.

The 15.6-inch display features a standard 1,366x768-pixel resolution and is LED backlit. Image quality was good head-on, but quickly deteriorates when you move off-axis. The laptop's audio, despite Altec Lansing speakers, was thin but loud, and about what we'd expect from a $500 laptop.

HP Pavilion G6-1a69usAverage for category [midsize]
VideoVGA, HDMIVGA plus HDMI or DisplayPort
AudioStereo speakers, headphone/microphone jacksStereo speakers, headphone/microphone jacks
Data3 USB 2.0, SD card reader4 USB 2.0, SD card reader, eSATA
ExpansionNoneExpressCard/54
NetworkingEthernet, 802.11n Wi-FiEthernet, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, optional mobile broadband
Optical driveLightScribe DVD burnerDVD burner

There are no surprises, or extras, in the included ports and connections. You won't find Bluetooth, USB 3.0, or any other extras, but you do get a DVD burner with LightScribe technology built in. That lets you burn images and text into the top surface of specially made optical media. It's been around for years, but we can't remember the last time we burned a DVD, much less wanted to burn a design onto the disc itself.

With a 2.53GHz Intel Core i3-380M processor, this is a big step up from last year's HP G62 model, which had a bottom-of-the-barrel Pentium dual-core CPU. Note, however, that this chip is from last year's Intel Core-i line, and is not one of the newer second-generation Core i3 CPUs. You can tell the difference by checking the model number: a first-gen Core i3 will have a three-digit model number, whereas a second-gen chip will have a four-digit model number.

Less than $100 more should get you a similar laptop with a second-gen Core i3, and the main advantages would likely be better battery life and better graphics processing. Actual application performance in most cases would be very similar, and this 2010 CPU is perfectly fine for everyday tasks, such as Web surfing, watching online videos, or basic Photoshop use.

Juice box
HP Pavilion G6-1a69usAverage watts per hour
Off (60%)0.53
Sleep (10%)0.79
Idle (25%)8.75
Load (05%)42.2
Raw kWh number41.12
Annual energy cost$4.67

Where the new HP Pavilion G6 and last year's HP G62 really come together, unfortunately, is in battery life. Both systems wildly underperformed in this area, and the Pavilion G62 ran for only 1 hour and 56 minutes on our video playback battery drain test. That's not only unacceptable for a 15-inch laptop, but it's even about 20 minutes less than last year's model. If you plan on taking the G6 around with you more than every once in a while, this could definitely be a deal breaker.

The standard one-year parts and labor warranty offers mail-in service. Adding three years of in-home service costs an additional $229, and other warranty options are available. Toll-free telephone support is available 24-7 during your warranty period, and the HP support Web site includes real-time chat with a technical support representative.

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System configurations:

HP Pavilion G6-1a69us
Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) SP1; 2.53GHz Intel Core i3 380M; 4,096MB DDR3 SDRAM 667MHz; 64MB (Dedicated) / 1,696MB (Total) Intel GMA HD; 500GB Seagate 5,400rpm

Asus U31Jg-A1
Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit); 2.53GHz Intel Core i3 380M; 4,096MB DDR3 SDRAM 1,066MHz; 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 415M + 64MB (Dedicated) Intel GMA HD; 500GB Seagate 5,400rpm

Acer Aspire 5742G-7200
Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit); 2.53GHz Intel Core i5 M460; 4,096MB DDR3 SDRAM 1,066MHz; 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 420M; 500GB Western Digital 5,400rpm

Toshiba Satellite A665-S5176
Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit); 2.1GHz Intel Core i3-2310M; 4,096MB DDR3 SDRAM 667MHz; 64MB(Dedicated) Intel GMA HD; 500GB Hitachi 5,400rpm

Samsung SF510
Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit); 2.4GHz Intel Core i3 M370; 4,096MB DDR3 SDRAM 1,066MHz; 64MB (Dedicated) Intel GMA HD; 500GB Hitachi 5,400rpm

Sours: https://www.cnet.com/reviews/hp-pavilion-g6-review/

Any way to find exactly what type of Pavilion G Series notebook I have?

I need to update the drivers for my HP Pavilion G Series notebook but I'm not sure exactly what model I have.

When I go to drivers and downloads and enter my product number in the box, LR717PA#ABG, it comes up blank.

When I enter HP Pavilion G Series, I'm told more than 100 products contain that term.

 

It also says to choose from the categorised results which areHP Pavilion g6-1000 Notebook PC series, HP Pavilion g6-1100 Notebook PC series, HP Pavilion g6-1200 Notebook PC series, HP Pavilion g6-1300 Notebook PC series, HP Pavilion g6-2000 Notebook PC series, HP Pavilion g6-2100 Notebook PC series, HP Pavilion g6-2200 Notebook PC series, HP Pavilion g6-2300 Notebook PC series.

 

I've looked for a solution on the boards but haven't found one. Most solutions seem to involved locating your model number and using that but I already have that --  LR717PA#ABG -- and when I search downloads and drivers, as I said earlier, it's not recognised.

 

Is there somewhere on my notebook where I can find this information?

Thanks

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As part of the Winter 2011 HP pavilion notebook refresh HP has announced that the HP G series laptops are now part of the Pavilion family and will be known as the HP Pavilion G Series notebooks. The Pavilion G Series will be composed of the Pavilion G4, Pavilion G6 and Pavilion G7.

These notebooks offer consumers a budget notebook option from HP and as part of the new G series consumers will be able to get the Pavilion G Series in a wide variety of colors.

Who are the HP Pavilion G Series Laptops For?

The HP Pavilion G series notebooks are designed for users who need basic computing power such as access to the web, office work, email and watching videos. Given the current processor options the base  HP Pavilion g4 and Pavilion G6 will be good for these basic tasks and the HP Pavilion G7 will be more powerful with the ability to handle light photo editing and video editing. These notebooks won’t be powering much gaming, but should meet the needs of most home office users and students who need an affordable and reliable laptop.

We expect to see the HP Pavilion G Series laptops on the shelves of retailers like Walmart and to b e the go-to laptop for Black Friday 2011 later this year.

HP Pavilion G Series Processor Options:

The HP Pavilion G series is a budget line of notebooks so don’t expect to see the latest processors, but they do have decent starting specs. The HP Pavilion G4 and G6 notebooks start with an Intel Pentium Dual Core processor and the HP Pavilion G7 will have a 1st generation Intel Core i3 processor.

HP Pavilion G Series Screen and Graphics Options:

The HP Pavilion G Family of laptops come in a variety of sizes, offering users a choice of portability or a large screen. All of these models use HP Brightview HD displays.

  • HP Pavilion G4 – 14″ – 1366 x768 resolution
  • HP Pavilion G6 – 15.6″ – 1366 x768 resolution
  • HP Pavilion G7 – 17.3″ – 1600×900 resolution

HP hasn’t announced the graphics options for the Pavilion G laptops, but we expect the base models to use integrated Intel graphics, with the ability to upgrade to AMD or NVIDIA powered GPUs on select models.

HP Pavilion G Series Audio:

The Pavilion G4, G6, and G7 notebooks are equipped Altec Lansing speakers and SRS Premium Audio for a multimedia experience that should be a step up from the budget notebooks you find on many store shelves.

HP Pavilion G6 Hands On Video:

HP Pavilion G Series Connectivity:

The Pavilion G4, G6 and G7 laptops are able to connect to the Internet through the built in Ethernet port or with the included WiFi connections and allow you to video chat with the built in webcam.

HP Pavilion G Series Pricing and availability:

The HP Pavilion g4, g6 and g7 will be available on March 13 starting at $499.99, $449.99 and $599.99, respectively.

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