Wednesday, January 21, 2009

HP Pavilion DV5-1010US 15.4-inch Laptop (Review)

HP Pavilion DV5-1010US 15.4-inch Laptop has the newest Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 4GB of RAM that enables you to use multiple demanding applications, such as photo editing, DVD burning and playing a game, at the same time. Control content from up to 10 feet away with the HP Mobile Remote Control that can be stored in the ExpressCard slot for convenience. Listen without disturbing others with the included stereo earbud headphones, while dual headphone jacks also allow you to share your entertainment.

Store all your favorite digital memories such as movies and photos with the huge 320 GB Hard Drive, and get faster backups by connecting an external hard drive through the eSATA port. 15.4 diagonal WXGA (1280 x 800) BrightView Widescreen Display Built-in Webcam and Microphone NVIDIA GeForce 9200M GS with 256MB Dedicated Graphics Memory with up to 2047MB Shared Graphics Memory LightScribe SuperMulti DVD+-R/RW Drive with Double Layer Intel WiFi Link 5100 802.11a/b/g/n Wireless Integrated Bluetooth 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN 5-in-1 Bridge Media Adapter - MMC, SD, MS, MS Pro, xD ExpressCard 54/34 Slot 3 x USB 2.0, USB2.0/eSATA, 2 x Headphone out; Microphone-in, VGA, HDMI, RJ-11 (Modem), RJ-45 Approximate Unit Dimensions - 14.05 (W) x 10.12 (D) x 1.65 (H) Approximate Unit Weight - 5.83 Pounds.

The streamlined look is enhanced with a color matched keyboard and touchpad. Touch media controls light up and become visible only when the system is powered on, enhancing the clean appearance. Providing more multimedia features than ever before, QuickPlay enables access to DVDs, videos, photos, music, karaoke, games. The dv5-1010us features crisp Altec Lansing audio and an HDMI port that enables you to watch films on an HDTV. Turn your next instant message into a live video chat with the integrated webcam and omni directional microphone for capturing shor
t videos to share on your favorite social networking site. The HP ProtectSmart feature locks your hard drive into place when it senses abrupt motion.

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