HP on Saturday rolled out the newest member of their g6 line the Pavilion g6s, a budget friendly laptop with plenty of Intel Sandy Bridge processor options
With a starting price of $550 users will receive a 15.6-inch display that outputs 1,366 x 768 pixels of resolution with their choice (based on price) of an Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processor.
Also offered and again price dependent are RAM specs up to 6GB and hard drives up to 750GB. For gamers or users who simply want better graphics HP is also offering an upgrade option for the Radeon HD 6470M GPU.
The Laptop is cheaper than other members of the series but even the base model still packs way more punch than any $300 to $400 netbook.
[More info: HP]