Non-Tested Hp Pavilion. Like all the laptops in the HP Pavilion line, the dv6000's sleek design and shiny finish holds its own next to systems from style-conscious manufacturers such as Apple and Sony. Aside from its good looks, the dv6000 also provides a solid set of entertainment features and high-end components for a fair price. The components however did not result in record-breaking performance. Its battery life is also below average. For these reasons, the Pavilion dv6000 is recommended for home users who want a laptop with basic entertainment features and do not plan to spend a lot of time away from the power outlet. The HP Pavilion dv6000 measures 14 inches wide, 10.1 inches deep, and 1 inch thick--about the same size as the Dell Inspiron E1505 and the PC Club Enpower ENP680. However, at 6.2 pounds, the Pavilion dv6000 is the lightest of the three; its AC adapter brings the total travel weight to a still portable 7.2 pounds. Some additional features this laptop has is a 1.3-megapixel Webcam, which is useful for video conferencing and two built-in microphones on the display bezel, which eliminate the need for an external microphone.