HP 6735s Laptop £399.99 @ EXCLUSIVE TO Ebuyer.com!! AMD Turion X2 Dual Core RM-72 2.1Ghz, 4GB 800DDR2, 250GB 15.4" DVD RW LightScribe Writer, WLAN, Webcam, Bluetooth 2.0+, Onboard ATI Radeon RRP £499.99 @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Hello everyone,

Excellent laptop, even for games.
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/152233

Processor
* AMD TurionTM X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor
* 2.1-GHz

Memory
* 4GB
* 800DDR2
* 2DM (No Spare slots)

Drives
* 250GB SATA Hard Disk Drive
* 5400RPM
* HP 3D DriveGuard Protection
Graphics Card
* Intergrated Graphics ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3200 512MB
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#1
Looks even better than the £399 Argos one on here I just reserved...
#2
How do you choose from all these great laptop deals?
#3
Heat added.....placed order yesterday arnd 21:43 and got it delivered this morning...props to ebuyer.....plus the spec looks quite impressive for the price....
#4
As you may know HP acquired Compaq-one of the best laptop manufacturer. I would definitely go for HP rather than Samsung.
#5
iliko
As you may know HP acquired Compaq-one of the best laptop manufacturer. I would definitely go for HP rather than Samsung.


Well if wanting it for games then I would side with the samsung however I would most likely go with the HP too.
Just for info for people on the AMD RM chips. They are the best £ per performance that AMD have produced and compare very well on power consumption with Intel and performance. They do suffer from low cache but that is made back buy the dual bus architecture taken from the Ultra ZM series of processors.
banned#6
its actually 3GB of memory, poster please amend! :thumbsup:
banned#7
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well if wanting it for games then I would side with the samsung however I would most likely go with the HP too.
Just for info for people on the AMD RM chips. They are the best £ per performance that AMD have produced and compare very well on power consumption with Intel and performance. They do suffer from low cache but that is made back buy the dual bus architecture taken from the Ultra ZM series of processors.


why would you rather go for samsung?

also i have a little question, would i be able to play GTA IV on this or Prince of Persia? :w00t:

thanks
#8
jeremy_skate_777
its actually 3GB of memory, poster please amend! :thumbsup:


No it is still 4Gb:thumbsup:
#9
looks good...very tempted now!!
#10
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well if wanting it for games then I would side with the samsung however I would most likely go with the HP too.
Just for info for people on the AMD RM chips. They are the best £ per performance that AMD have produced and compare very well on power consumption with Intel and performance. They do suffer from low cache but that is made back buy the dual bus architecture taken from the Ultra ZM series of processors.


I think having 1 Gb more RAM and 256 Mb more video card it should handle games better than Samsung R505.
#11
iliko
I think having 1 Gb more RAM and 256 Mb more video card it should handle games better than Samsung R505.


As for the 1gb more of Ram the speed difference will be minimal. As for the extra graphics memory on the 3200 chipset with a screen this small it will have little effect. The difference in 3D benchmarks for a 3200 256mb and 512mb will be tiny. The only benefit will be if you are running an external monitor with it. The 3470 on the sammy is the better graphics chip of the two and for a screen of that resolution with the chip 256mb is fine.
But as I said before as I dont play games on a lappy I'd go with the HP.
suspended#12
Buy the 3gb one with Windows XP (Vista Business COA) for the same money.

Save yourself hell.
#13
#15


I don't know as they are close. I have my eye on both of them but one thing about the Dell is that it doesn't state what the graphics card is, just "integrated". Probably the standard ones that come with DELL so it probably isn't as good as the HP's graphics card - ATI Radeon HD3200.

In the processor rankings here: http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Processors-Benchmarklist.2436.0.html
The DELL's is 56th, whilst HP's is 76th.

You may just have to go on the smaller things and whether you want a DELL or an HP...
#16
rehydrated
Looks even better than the £399 Argos one on here I just reserved...


LoL.... I just picked up my Argos Samsung one yesterday :roll:

They are both cracking deals tbh :thumbsup:

One thing in the Samsungs favour is the HDMI output .... I can't see this on the HP ... but I may be wrong
#17
nadzzz
I don't know as they are close. I have my eye on both of them but one thing about the Dell is that it doesn't state what the graphics card is, just "integrated". Probably the standard ones that come with DELL so it probably isn't as good as the HP's graphics card - ATI Radeon HD3200.

In the processor rankings here: http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Processors-Benchmarklist.2436.0.html
The DELL's is 56th, whilst HP's is 76th.

You may just have to go on the smaller things and whether you want a DELL or an HP...


which is best the Dell or the HP only one way to find out.
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#18
What a shame they stuck an AMD Turion... Definitely not the best processor out there! I'd gladly pay more for an Core 2 Duo version... Apart from that, excellent specs, which makes it even more of a shame.
#19
thanks for the heads up
#20
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Well if wanting it for games then I would side with the samsung however I would most likely go with the HP too.
Just for info for people on the AMD RM chips. They are the best £ per performance that AMD have produced and compare very well on power consumption with Intel and performance. They do suffer from low cache but that is made back buy the dual bus architecture taken from the Ultra ZM series of processors.


AMD processors do not compete with Intel with regards to performance. Yes an onboard memory controller is AMD's forte but Core 2 processors have reduced predictive branch stack, shared cache allowing for much quicker single threaded applications and most importantly, a much higher amount of instructions processed per clock cycle. AMD cannot compete in terms of performance. The onboard HD3200 graphics isn't particularly suited for gaming either - my tests showed 13 fps in Crysis at 800x600 resolution at low detail settings.
#21
I saw this but went for the Argos deal at £399.99 - i think the Samsung spec and build is slightly better than this laptop at the same price.
#22
killer spec!
#23
Kiddson
What a shame they stuck an AMD Turion... Definitely not the best processor out there! I'd gladly pay more for an Core 2 Duo version... Apart from that, excellent specs, which makes it even more of a shame.


True still the AMD isn't toooo bad. They do actually have a similar one with a core 2 duo but a standard graphics card - "Next generation Intel integrated graphics" - what a let down eh....

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/151493 - HP 6730s, Core 2 Duo T5870 2.0GHz, 3GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 15.4" WXGA, DVDRW - LightScribe Writer, WLAN, Bluetooth, Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium

The Samsung laptop is out of stock and other similar ones have standard graphic cards. I don't know whether I should just buy this or wait for another deal to come along, a risky strategy.
#24
I also have one of the samsung reserved until tomorrow, so could with making a decision within the next 24 hours as to which of these to buy (if any).

Just a couple of things. My current laptop which is 5 years old has a firewire connection. None of the laptops in question do, is this because that with the advent of USB2 and given the fact that a lot of camcorders are recording to DVD or SDcards, that this interface is no longer necessasy.

Secondly it is a given that all laptops run cool these days. For me this is quite important. My current laptop (Dell Inspiron 510m) get very hot after quite a short while and can also be really quite noisy paritcularly when the fan kicks in.

What is support from HP and Samsung like as I have little or no experience of this.

Finally I use my laptop predonimately used for surfing the internet and sending email, so I need a laptop with good wireless connectivity preferably one with draft 'n'. A laptop that runs cool and has good battery life and is quick but not super quick. The display should also be good but not neccesarily stunning.

On this basis which one should I choose (if any), I am thinking the HP???

Any thoughts would be appreciated?

Simon
#25
Draft-N will make no difference on a "G" network (which most people have) - I have 2 laptops, an HP with an Intel G card and an eee with a 4965 Draft-N Intel card and one gets a few inches more range with a Belkin N1 router...
banned#26
I just bought the Sony Vaio AR71 M a couple weeks ago, should I return it for this?

Link to Sony Vaio -
http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5809785/Sony-VAIO-AR71-M-Core-2-Duo-T8100-2-1GHz-4GB-300GB-17-Blu-ray-Vista-Home-Premium-Laptop-Notebook/Product.html

I'm confused on now what to do as I have like a week left to return it..
#27
The graphics card isn't really one for games. In performance it's near to the Intel GMA 4500, 4700, Nvidia 8400M G, and the ATI 3450. Use this site for benchmark information on laptop graphics cards:

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Mobile-Graphics-Cards-Benchmark-List.844.0.html
#28
I purchased two HP Notebooks for last Xmas as gifts. They ran REALLY hot, but I assumed that notebooks generally do. Both have now developed faults with the AC adaptors (beeping) and one refuses to boot unless connected to mains (battery).
#29
I have the HP G70 and am very happy with it. Good build quality and a great keyboard :w00t:
#30
Why is this expired showing 100 in stock when I just looked
#31
Why's it listed as expired? Still have 99 in stock according to the site.
#32
eiamhere69
I purchased two HP Notebooks for last Xmas as gifts. They ran REALLY hot, but I assumed that notebooks generally do. Both have now developed faults with the AC adaptors (beeping) and one refuses to boot unless connected to mains (battery).


I recently bought a HP 6000 series which arrived with a faulty screen. I returned it and bought a Dell XPS
#33
sgrech
What is support from HP and Samsung like as I have little or no experience of this.


1st post here, but thought I'd post having recently bought this laptop and having experienced HP customer support.

My first laptop was a HP, they had problems with a few of the power supplies, so sent new power supplies to all the owners of the laptop with no messing about.

It developed a minor fault after about 8months, the customer service I got from HP was the best I've ever had from any company although they couldn't fix the fault so let me keep the laptop and refunded me in full.

I bought this laptop a few days ago, my second laptop and decided on a HP because of the excellent service I'd received in the past
#34
can only backup what has been said above about HP support - Really is a notch above others...
#35
yer does anyone noe about samsungs and reliabilty? i've had my hp 6125se for over 2 years, installed vista on it and its still almost as gud as new
#36
Can anyone give a review of the screens on any of these please? For example, the HP, is it ok or passable for photo-editing and photo-display? Some HP screen are matt and good for documents but not photos.
#37
Jakg
Draft-N will make no difference on a "G" network (which most people have) - I have 2 laptops, an HP with an Intel G card and an eee with a 4965 Draft-N Intel card and one gets a few inches more range with a Belkin N1 router...


Correct me if I am wrong, but don't I just need to upgrade my router to one that is 'g' compatible?
#38
ElliottC
AMD processors do not compete with Intel with regards to performance. Yes an onboard memory controller is AMD's forte but Core 2 processors have reduced predictive branch stack, shared cache allowing for much quicker single threaded applications and most importantly, a much higher amount of instructions processed per clock cycle. AMD cannot compete in terms of performance. The onboard HD3200 graphics isn't particularly suited for gaming either - my tests showed 13 fps in Crysis at 800x600 resolution at low detail settings.


Not sure you grasped where I was going with this. Maybe I could have put it better. But was aiming to explain for a cost value they were close on performance and from a multi core point the closest AMD have got to Intel.
As for the HD3200 then as I said not good for games thats why if games were my main option the I'd go with the Sammy.
#39
its still on ebuyer with 99 in stock
#40
karlak
can only backup what has been said above about HP support - Really is a notch above others...

I also have had very good service from HP support for my desk top PC,

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