HP pavilion dv7-4069wm Review

Posted by Stefan on September 12th, 2010 in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Now, here comes a laptop to fulfill your true desire and needs. The HP pavilion dv7-4069wm has everything a human being could get. The entire laptop is heavier than 8.2 lbs. The un-boxing process is truly a joy due to the minimalist packing of the contents. The HP pavilion dv7-4069wm comes with power supply and power cord, quick start guide and documentation, 9-cell 93WHr Li-ion battery and obviously, the laptop itself. Setting up the HP pavilion dv7-4069wm is extremely easy as the laptop uses Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Edition as its default/pre-installed operating system. Software’s like Microsoft Office 2007, Norton Internet Security 2010 and HP Software’s are also built-in. The laptop is also equipped with a year of international warranty with full toll-free support. The toll-free people can also assist you with hardware and technical issues.

As an advanced computing system, the HP pavilion dv7-4069wm does feature extras such as HDMI and eSata. However, most users will be perfectly fine without these features too. Three USB ports are the norm for most laptops, but this dashing gadget has 4 USB 2.0 ports – of course, the fourth port is shared with eSata.

Coming up to the specifications, this laptop is outfitted with the new 2.1GHZ AMD Phenom II triple-core N830 processor, 4GB of DDR3 system RAM, 7200rpm of 640GB hard-drive and amazingly, a true 17.3inch HP Bright View LED display screen. The display screen is smart enough to handle any game play or movie. The HP pavilion dv7-4069wm is assisted with the new series ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 graphic card. The HP webcam will allow you to interact with your friends or your business mates.

Light-weight and high-performance rarely go hand in hand in the portable computing world. HP’s pavilion dv7-4069wm, however, proves otherwise. With a 17.3-inch screen, blu-ray disk drive, integrated , and the new AMD Phenom II N830 processor, the HP pavilion dv7-4069wm manages four hours on a single charge, and packs all of it within the eight-pound weight limit. The HP pavilion dv7-4069wm is truly designed for high-end computing, entertainment, gaming and work loads – a well-balanced system, with the right amount of computing space for most average tasks. There isn’t much else to be said about it. At a hefty spot of $800, the HP pavilion dv7-4069wm is suitably positioned for extremely rich businessmen’s as a high-performance mainstream laptop that is worth every cent invested in it.

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  1. heber says

    February 12, 2011

    it is the best laptop ever