HP Pavilion dv6 gets treated to AMD's Trinity processor, shakes hands with Ivy Bridge twin

HP Pavilion dv6 gets treated to AMD's Trinity processor, shakes hands with Ivy Bridge twin

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New HP's Pavilion dv6 must be pretty popular. That's how we'd explain the fact that the laptop will be one of the first to land with AMD's Trinity chipset -- despite already appearing with an Ivy Bridge refresh. According to Laptop Reviews, the Pavilion dv6-7010 will arrive with the quad-core...
HP Pavilion dv6 gets treated to AMD's Trinity processor, shakes hands with Ivy Bridge twin
                               

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