The DV6 3084CA features what must the latest in crotch-scorching, carpel-tunnel inducing technologies to come out of HP's research labs.
On paper, it looks good, perhaps too good. Quad-core AMD with 8GB of ram and a nice graphics card, wrapped in a sturdy light-weight frame. Unfortunately, this machine is a object lesson in which technologies do not go together in a laptop, to whit:
- Bluray drive and low-res screen
- Beefy graphics card and poor ventilation
- Portability and bad battery life
- Small size and crotch-scorching technology
But wait, there's more! The latest in carpel-tunnel inducing research, combining what seem to be slightly-too-small and hard to press keys in a terrible layout (bonus points, the CA model has a bilingual keyboard, ugh!) with an over sensitive touchpad causing you to adopt the most painful typing position imaginable. Or perhaps your particular preference is for the terrible colour fidelity or perhaps the record setting pre-packaged bloatware (25 minutes to install it all!) or even the always on, always loud, never really accomplishing much fan. Either way, this machine has it all.