The Pavilion Slimline s5z sports an identical design to its counterpart with a glossy black face and a media card reader in addition to its front-facing USB ports.
The dv6-6153cl has a nice selection of ports, including two USB 3.0 ports, two headphone jacks, a microphone jack, VGA and HDMI video outputs, an Ethernet jack, and two USB 2.0 ports. This model lacks an eSATA port, however. There’s a DVD multi-drive on the right side of the laptop, an SD/MMC card reader slot on the front, and a webcam embedded in the display’s upper bezel.
HP Pavilion dv6-6110us The dv6-6110us is configured with an AMD A6-3400 processor, which AMD calls an Accelerated Processing Unit (or APU).
The p7-1067c-b packs all of its power into a utilitarian-looking tower, with the usual glossy black plastic front face. It has been updated compared to last season’s HP Pavilion p6727c-b which used HP’s older Pavilion chassis.
Most budget desktops are decidedly plain looking, and the p7-1010 is no exception. The black mid-tower case has a glossy black front panel with a four-slot card reader at the top that supports 15 different formats.
The h8-1010 uses a black mid-tower case with big HP logos stamped into both side panels. If for some reason you’re still not brand-aware, the silver HP badge attached to the front panel will remind you. The top of the case is slightly concave rather than flat, and the front panel is done up in the same glossy black finish as the Pavilion p7-1010.
The dv6-6170us is stacked with an assortment of features including, two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, a multi-format card reader (SD, MMC, MS/Pro), a VGA connection for an external monitor or projector, Ethernet and 802.11n Wi-Fi.