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HP G6065EA Notebook - 2GB Ram,160GB HDD, AMD Athlon 64 X2 TK57 - £359 .10 Delivered; less -5% Quidco - (£341.15 with Quidco)
HP G6065EA Notebook  - 2GB Ram,160GB HDD, AMD Athlon 64 X2 TK57 -  £359 .10 Delivered; less -5% Quidco - (£341.15 with Quidco)

HP G6065EA Notebook - 2GB Ram,160GB HDD, AMD Athlon 64 X2 TK57 - £359 .10 Delivered; less -5% Quidco - (£341.15 with Quidco)

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This is an upgraded version of the G6032EA for an extra couple of quid - was mentioned in that thread but was buried in the posts. Thought it now merited its own thread! Seems a good spec for the price...also comes with built in mic and webcam.

Listed at £399 but 10% discount and free delivery available, brings it down to £359.10, less 5% quidco - £341.15 (which I have just had tracked)

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Processor type
AMD Athlon 64 X2 TK57 Mobile Technology
?, Level 2 cache 512 KB, Up to 1600 MHz system bus running at AC/DC mode 35 Watt

Operating system installed
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium 32-bit

Standard memory
2048 MB

Memory layout
(2 x 1024 MB)

Internal drives
Internal hard disk drive
160 GB

Hard disk controller
SATA Hard Disk Drive

Hard disk drive speed
5400 rpm

Optical drive type
Super Multi DVD Writer ( /-R /-RW) with Double Layer support

System features
Modem
High speed 56K modem

Network interface
Ethernet 10/100BT integrated network interface

Wireless technologies
802.11b/g WLAN

External I/O ports
3 USB 2.0, 1 VGA port, 1 RJ11 modem connector, 1 RJ45 ethernet connector, S-video TV out, 1 headphones-out, 1 mic-in

Display size
15.4?XGA High Definition BrightView Widescreen

Display resolution
1280 x 800

Video adapter
NVIDIA® GeForce?7000M

Video RAM
Up to 336MB Total Available Graphics Memory

Webcam
Webcam with integrated microphone

Internal audio
3D Sound Blaster Pro compatible sound 16 bit integrated

Speakers and microphone
Altec Lansing® speakers

Keyboard
101 key compatible keyboard

Pointing device
Touch Pad with On/Off button and dedicated vertical Scroll Up/Down pad, volume control, mute button

Power supply type
65 W AC Power Adapter

Software
Software - Productivity

11 Comments

seems a good deal

Am I seeing this right. They're putting 32-bit Vista on a 64-bit system? Isn't that a waste?

Thank goodness a bit of sanity after the macbook deal.

Shambles;1913452

Am I seeing this right. They're putting 32-bit Vista on a 64-bit system? … Am I seeing this right. They're putting 32-bit Vista on a 64-bit system? Isn't that a waste?


There are hardly any 64 bit applications so without that Vista x64 is not worth the extra hassle for the average person.

dell vostro 1400 deal was miles better

The HP 530 c duo misprice was even better than the Vo 1400.

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Agharta;1916675

There are hardly any 64 bit applications so without that Vista x64 is not … There are hardly any 64 bit applications so without that Vista x64 is not worth the extra hassle for the average person.



well its more a problem with drivers. cause programs will run under 32bit if 64bit isnt supported.

lots of CPUs are 64bit capable like mine but there is no point having 64bit vista if my graphics card dont work!

imranmaz;1917393

well its more a problem with drivers. cause programs will run under 32bit … well its more a problem with drivers. cause programs will run under 32bit if 64bit isnt supported.!


The hassle I referred to is the driver issue. With regard to the lack of 64 bit applications, 32 bit applications don’t benefit from the advantages of a 64 bit Operating System in the way that 64 bit applications do, so when you combine the two issues it’s not appealing to use Vista x64 at this point.

It’s a chicken and egg situation with regard 64 bit Vista; if people don’t use it there’s little incentive for 64 bit apps to be released, if there are few 64 bit apps there’s little incentive to use it.

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Agharta;1917627

The hassle I referred to is the driver issue. With regard to the lack of … The hassle I referred to is the driver issue. With regard to the lack of 64 bit applications, 32 bit applications don’t benefit from the advantages of a 64 bit Operating System in the way that 64 bit applications do, so when you combine the two issues it’s not appealing to use Vista x64 at this point.It’s a chicken and egg situation with regard 64 bit Vista; if people don’t use it there’s little incentive for 64 bit apps to be released, if there are few 64 bit apps there’s little incentive to use it.




trust me the amount of issues i had with vista 32bit and 8800GTS graphics card that is "vista certified" and cost me £280! back to Xp and loving it! :w00t: (using vista inspirat with it...google it)

can you imagine what would happen if i tried 64bit!

imranmaz;1918456

trust me the amount of issues i had with vista 32bit and 8800GTS graphics … trust me the amount of issues i had with vista 32bit and 8800GTS graphics card that is "vista certified"!


Nvidia’s flaky Vista drivers have been very well publicised.

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Agharta;1918822

Nvidia’s flaky Vista drivers have been very well publicised.



and that sucks for me.....
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