Product Type: Hewlett-Packard laptops
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Hewlett Packard HP620- Review
Member Name: tellytales
Advantages: Dual Core CPU, 3 GB DDR RAM
Disadvantages: Graphic Performance Average
My main reason for buying Hewlett Packard HP620 was it's dual core CPU, Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit and 3GB of DDR-3 RAM.
But now there are more laptop models in the market with better specs and competitive pricing.
The first thing you notice is its build quality. With tough, textured plastics, it is pleasingly resilient to scuffs and scratches. This makes it a great choice for family use, as it is a machine built to last. Despite its large 15.6-inch screen, it's light enough to carry.
Unfortunately, graphics performance is less capable and falls well behind it's competitors.
However, the storage is quite impressive. The 500GB hard drive provides ample storage, while the DVD rewriter provides support for HP's LightScribe technology, letting you create CD/DVD disc labels with ease. The dual-core Intel Pentium processor proves suitably speedy for this low price, running office software with aplomb and even allowing entry-level photo-editing software to run with ease.
Overall, a good system in this price segment.
Summary: Overall, good system in this Price Segment
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