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Looks like a great thing to upgrade to from the DV8.
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Can anyone else find inf on the A10-4655M? I wasn't familiar with it until this article. I was slightly taken aback that at this:
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running at 2.3GHz across two cores

I didn't even know trinity was being made in dual-core variants. I know CPU power is greatly over-stated these days (or rather, the "need" for more CPU power), but will the mobile trinity's support turbo?
    
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can't wait till the reviews start rolling in
    
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Looks decent...

But...Beats audio...slapp that name on it and add $50-100. Even though I've got a dell xps14 the JBL speakers in my laptop are unbelievable. That's the #1 thing I love about my laptop. The sound is sooo crisp and sooooo loud. Granted its not even close to an ultrabook, just saying, you can get good quality sound without the current fad brand name...

Style looks a little bit to be on the cheapo side but it is I believe HP's first ultrabook... so We'll see what the next gen's bring. I think the big con for UB's is the fact that they don't have optical drives. I know a whole lotta college girls that like to watch movies on their laptop when they're bored. Not having that piece of functionality could lead to lower sales figures for all these laptops...oh well. Maybe one day they'll have em.
I'm just surprised that HP said they were getting out of the PC business then they decided not to..hmm
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Looks decent...
But...Beats audio...slapp that name on it and add $50-100. Even though I've got a dell xps14 the JBL speakers in my laptop are unbelievable. That's the #1 thing I love about my laptop. The sound is sooo crisp and sooooo loud. Granted its not even close to an ultrabook, just saying, you can get good quality sound without the current fad brand name...
Style looks a little bit to be on the cheapo side but it is I believe HP's first ultrabook... so We'll see what the next gen's bring. I think the big con for UB's is the fact that they don't have optical drives. I know a whole lotta college girls that like to watch movies on their laptop when they're bored. Not having that piece of functionality could lead to lower sales figures for all these laptops...oh well. Maybe one day they'll have em.
I'm just surprised that HP said they were getting out of the PC business then they decided not to..hmm

Actually the beats integrated isn't too bad for lazy people who don't bother changing the Audio settings themselves, it makes an audable difference for my HTC one X (Beats Integrated) so it's not too bad, but definately not worth the $100 addition
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Beats audio doesn't add much to the pricing for a laptop; and since HTC is a part-owner of Beats, and the One X is only $199.. doesn't add a penny to it's pricing.
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Can anyone else find inf on the A10-4655M? I wasn't familiar with it until this article. I was slightly taken aback that at this:
I didn't even know trinity was being made in dual-core variants. I know CPU power is greatly over-stated these days (or rather, the "need" for more CPU power), but will the mobile trinity's support turbo?

Well, quad with 2 cores disabled (hopefully 1 core per module). There might be some 17W quads but I think most people would rather a higher clocked dual-core. The 35W Trinity's have Turbo 3.0, not sure on the 17W but I don't see why not.
 
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Can anyone else find inf on the A10-4655M? I wasn't familiar with it until this article. I was slightly taken aback that at this:
I didn't even know trinity was being made in dual-core variants. I know CPU power is greatly over-stated these days (or rather, the "need" for more CPU power), but will the mobile trinity's support turbo?

A10-4655M is not Dual Core APU or one Modul with 2 Piledriver Core, this APU have two Modules or 4 Piledriver cores and 4 Threads guys are incorrectly specified technical characteristics.biggrin.gifrolleyes.gif

http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-A-Series-A10-4600M-Notebook-Processor.74065.0.html
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I'm guessing the SSD inside is mSATA?

This notebook gets a collective "meh" from me. Glossy screen, cheap plastic feel... When can AMD get their chips inside more decent laptops?
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A10-4655M is not Dual Core APU or one Modul with 2 Piledriver Core, this APU have two Modules or 4 Piledriver cores and 4 Threads guys are incorrectly specified technical characteristics.biggrin.gifrolleyes.gif
http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-A-Series-A10-4600M-Notebook-Processor.74065.0.html

That's an A10-4600M buddy. You should probably withhold judgement until information is actually released on the A10-4655M.
 
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SSD performance with these AMD sleekbooks won't be as good though...
 
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