A new laptop for Christmas sounds pretty awesome, right? What if it could play Blu-ray discs and output flawless audio, too? HP can make all of your dreams come true with its new dv6t, the perfect gift for yourself -- or someone else, if you're feeling generous -- this holiday season.
As if a 2nd-generation Intel® Core™ i5 processor wasn't enough to make you drool, HP dv6t laptop ups the ante with a built-in high-definition Blu-ray player and the exclusive Beats Audio™ interface.
More than just another laptop, HP has come up with a computer that doubles as an entertainment center. Get cinema-quality sound through Beats Audio™, which lets you customize the equalizers to provide the perfect listening experience for your music or movies. Or watch your favorite holiday films on the 15.6-inch BrightView LED screen anywhere you want -- whether you're at home or on-the-go, you'll be impressed with the Blu-ray experience and the crystal-clear picture rendering.
No other laptop compares to the HP dv6t and all that it brings to the table. It's an experience unlike any other, and one you'll want to share with family and friends -- or keep all to yourself! Visit hp.com/holidays to learn more.
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