Give Your A New HP Pavilion DV6000 Keyboard

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Give Your A New HP Pavilion DV6000 Keyboard

Post  ahstuzl999 on Thu Mar 31, 2011 3:22 pm

Give Your A New HP Pavilion DV6000 Keyboard


HP announced that there may be hardware issues with their HP Pavilion dv6000, and their HP DV6000 series laptops when they were published. Since then most the customers complained about the HP Pavilion DV6000 keyboard and the remote control.

The DV6000 comes with a thin, little remote control for use in controlling HP's multimedia player. HP is using a proprietary multimedia player for playing DVDs called QuickPlay. It ties in with the remote control as well as the QuickPlay buttons on top of the laptop. Also, the fact that it is tied into the QuickPlay buttons can be a little annoying at times. Once they rested their fingers on the top of the laptop and accidently pressed the DVD button and launched Quickplay. No matter what they're doing, that interrupts the workflow badly. Sometimes they couldn't type on the keyboard because the cursor would jump all over the place.

The DV6000 have published for nearly 3 years and most of the laptops are out of the warranty date. HP can't give you the laptop keyboard replacement of these series. But you may not want to change a new one because the HP Pavilion DV6000 is a really nice, solid notebook computer and you really can't go wrong with this unit. The unit sports a nice, sleek design and good all-around performance. It also offers a solid balance of features which really makes this entertainment notebook usable as a desktop replacement.

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