HP 6735s Laptop, 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 HD3200 Windows Vista Home Premium, 60 day Office trial £399.97 @ ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Hi, Just after the cheapest laptop with dual core and at least 15.4 inch display to surf the net. I came accross this. Can anyone advise if there is a better spec laptop for the same price ?..... After all we all want the best for our buk these days !

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Financially Smart. AMD Business Class solutions, WLAN options and an impressive combination of mobile office features make the newly-designed HP Compaq 6735s Notebook PC an affordable productivity tool.

For your ease we have now included Microsoft Office 2007 on many of our new products (qualifying products will say "Office 2007 Ready" in the description). This is included as a 60 day or 25 uses trial* so that you can test and try out the software at your leisure.

Having tested the software all you need to do to continue using Office 2007 is purchase one of the following license keys listed with our quick find codes:-

GE316T HP Microsoft Office 2007 Basic quick find 127128

GE317T HP Microsoft Office 2007 PRO (MLK) quick find 128922

GE318T HP Microsoft Office 2007 Small Business quick find 128487

* If you no longer wish to use this software then it will automatically expire at the end of 60 days or 25 uses from startup.

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


(The hard drive is mounted directly to the notebook frame, reducing the transmission of shock to the hard drive. Uses three-axis digital motion detection with intelligent sensitivity to help protect the hard drive during normal use from shock and vibration. The digital accelerometer temporarily halts all data transfer and parks the hard drive when abrupt motion is detected.)

DVD RW LightScribe Drive

Software Operating System
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium
Display
15.4-inch diagonal WXGA
Audio
High Definition Audio support
Integrated stereo speakers
Integrated microphone
Stereo headphone/line out
Stereo microphone in

Networking
Broadcom 802.11b/g
56K Modem 10/100 NIC
Bluetooth 2.0
SD Card Reader

Input Devices
Keyboard 101/102-key compatible keyboard
Integrated numeric keypad
Touchpad with scroll zone
Two pick buttons
Webcam

Power
External 65-watt Smart AC adapter, 6-foot (1.8 meter) power cord included.
Total length including external AC adapter is 12 feet (3.66 meter).
HP Fast Charge*

*HP Fast Charge recharges your battery up to 90% within 90 minutes when the system is off. Warranty
1 year standard warranty
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#1
This a very good spec for a £400 Laptop. Don't be taken by the 512MB graphics card though, it won't play Crysis well. But for everything else, the 4GB RAM, the 250GB HDD and the processor seem to be as good as you can get sub £500.
#2
Does anyone know if this laptop is better than one previously posted http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149335/show_product_overview

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#3
tubby20076
This a very good spec for a £400 Laptop. Don't be taken by the 512MB graphics card though, it won't play Crysis well. But for everything else, the 4GB RAM, the 250GB HDD and the processor seem to be as good as you can get sub £500.


Couldnt agree better:thumbsup:
#4
Looks good for yhe money. Would have preferred a 17" screen, but the rest of the specs look good:thumbsup:
#5
purchased one of these last week. nice looking laptop but the amount of bloatware on it from HP really does slow it down. so iwould advise fresh install of vista when you get it.
#6
Hi - can only advise to stay away from HP laptops. My dad has had 2 go faulty and my mum 1 faulty. When he took his back for the 3rd time to John Lewis he asked the guy who repairs or sneds them back, which is most reliable and he quoted Toshiba. He also said HP are notorious for going wrong!:thumbsup:
#7
will this play football manager 2009 without lag
#8
A slightly pricier but newer alternative: http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/5890964/-/Product.html?searchstring=dv5-1000ea&searchsource=0
[LIST]
[*] Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo P7350 (2 Ghz)
[*] Memory:3GB
[*] HD Capacity:320GB
[*] Display:15.4"
[*] Graphics Card: Nvidia Geforce 9200m GS[/LIST](475 with 5% voucher)
#9
would this be any good for cad, adobe, 3d software??
#10
ianshona
Hi - can only advise to stay away from HP laptops. My dad has had 2 go faulty and my mum 1 faulty. When he took his back for the 3rd time to John Lewis he asked the guy who repairs or sneds them back, which is most reliable and he quoted Toshiba. He also said HP are notorious for going wrong!:thumbsup:


all i am going to say is simply not true, hp are one of the most reliable manufacturers out there as are toshiba. There was a problem with some hp machines that had dedicated nvidia chip that dented their reliability reputation but come on these machine have 2 year warranties for £38 so you have to be pretty confident they are not going to break as that will barely cover the cost courier, never mind the labour and parts.
#11
would this laptop be good for webdesign?
#12
also when i go on the site it show that it is £419.97 :S
#13
Price went up... Soooo like Ebuyer
#14
You know that game where you fire bubbles out of a little thing at the bottom of the screen and when you get a few of the aforementioned bubbles in a chain the bubbles go pop? Well would this laptop be good for that?
#15
Dont touch HP go for something else. The after care service is diabolical.
1 Like #16
I would suggest avoid HP DV6000 series because there have been known to have motherboard/graphics issues.
HP have acknowledge the fault and are offering free repairs but only to some of the models.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&lc=en&cc=us

o btw I have a DV6820ea
#17
j_o_h_n
You know that game where you fire bubbles out of a little thing at the bottom of the screen and when you get a few of the aforementioned bubbles in a chain the bubbles go pop? Well would this laptop be good for that?



LOLL
#18
j_o_h_n
You know that game where you fire bubbles out of a little thing at the bottom of the screen and when you get a few of the aforementioned bubbles in a chain the bubbles go pop? Well would this laptop be good for that?


You mean Bust-A-Move? Sure it'll handle it fine, it's not the most demanding game out there...
#19
tsimehC
You mean Bust-A-Move? Sure it'll handle it fine, it's not the most demanding game out there...


Hmm, not sure, there are about 5 different coloured balls in that game.

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#20
flexsingh
purchased one of these last week. nice looking laptop but the amount of bloatware on it from HP really does slow it down. so iwould advise fresh install of vista when you get it.


I have just bought one as well. How would I do a fresh install of Vista?
#21
I bought this machine a few weeks ago when it was last posted. My opinon? Well it looks ordinary but feels solid. The grqaphics cards is integrated into motherboard but this means it takes up less energy so battery life lasts longer. When you switch it to powersave the batter can last over 2 hours which is ok for word processing and office stuff, but slows down performance for graphics and games). Not payed many games on it yet but I did install Medieval Total War and it ran it perfectly well including battles. Overall a good all round performer.
#22
vcdragon2k
I would suggest avoid HP DV6000 series because there have been known to have motherboard/graphics issues.
HP have acknowledge the fault and are offering free repairs but only to some of the models.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c01087277&lc=en&cc=us

o btw I have a DV6820ea


Thanks for that info, rep added :thumbsup:
#23
tsimehC
You mean Bust-A-Move? Sure it'll handle it fine, it's not the most demanding game out there...


LOL

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