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Monday, 13 June 2011 11:46

German e-tailer jumps the gun with Llano

Written by Fudzilla staff


Ships HP’s first Llano lappie
A German e-tailer has jumped the gun and apparently started shipping the world’s first Llano laptop.

We already mentioned HP’s DV6-6110sg a few weeks ago, when it was first listed by careless retailers. However notebooksnochgünstiger.de has gone a step further and it is now shipping the rig at €579.

Here are the highlights once again. The DV6-6110sg is based on the quad core A6-3410MX processor, clocked at 1.6GHz, and overclockable to 2.3GHz on turbo. It features HD 6750M discrete graphics with a 1GB of memory, along with 6GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive.

With the Llano launch just days away, we expect to see quite a few fresh Fusion laptops and in case you spot any interested listings at your local shop, let us know.
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