HP Omnibook XT6050 Reviews
Product Type: Hewlett-Packard laptops
Description:Model ID F4506J#ABU / HP OmniBook XT6050 - C 1.06 GHz - RAM 128 MB - HDD 10 GB - CD - Extreme Graphics - Win XP Pro - 14.1" TFT 1024 x 768 ( XGA ) / A member of HP's essential line of notebook PCs, the HP Omnibook xt6050 combines outstanding portability with the latest in mobile ... more
HP Omnibook XT6050 ... technologies to keep you in business - both on and off the road. The powerful Intel processor and super-fast Intel graphics assure you of high performance, while an exceptionally flexible, expandable design guarantees that this notebook PC will keep up with your changing business needs.
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