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Jul 3, 2012

HP Pavilion G6 with AMD A4-3305M Just for $399

HP seems to be heavily discounting its AMD Llano-based offerings to make room for newer and more powerful Trinity-based products. The company’s Pavilion G6 15.6” notebook is already available on HP’s official website for just $399 after rebate.

That’s about €316 for European AMD APU fans and that’s a very affordable price point for a notebook that offers AMD Radeon HD 6000 Series Discrete-Class Graphics with both HDMI and VGA outputs and a free upgrade to 6 GB DDR3 system memory using DIMMs. That’s likely a 2+4 memory configuration and that’s not optimum for performance, but since it is free, we can’t argue with HP’s offer.

The top configuration would be powered by AMD’s dual-core A4-3305M APU running at 2.5GHz with 1MB of level 2 cache. The maximum memory capacity supported by HP’s Pavilion G6 is 8 GB of DDR3 in two DIMMs and the 6-Cell Lithium-Ion standard battery is rated up to 6.5 hours of battery life.

HP Pavilion G6 with AMD's A4-3305M APU Running at 2.5GHz
Images credits to HP


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