Released June, 2009
The Pros:Affordable price. Respectable battery life considering its size. Comes with Windows 7.
The Cons:Speakers aren't loud enough. Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics - cannot be used for any gaming whatsoever. Comes loaded with a ton of bloatware.
The HP G71-340US is a business notebook from the HP G70 series. It is in fact the most powerful unit in the series, as it houses an Intel Core 2 Duo processor capable of a 2.2GHz clock speed. The unit also hosts 4GB of RAM, but can easily be upgraded to over 8000MB — enough to power the most memory-intensive applications available on the market.
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As well as being handy for using various applications at once, the HP G71-340US is also especially friendly for users seeking to either utilize the power of the net or turn their computer into a multimedia portal. It hosts 802.11 Draft n wireless technology for enhanced Internet speeds, as well as standard Ethernet. And for the latter, it includes a large 17.3” screen coupled with a DVD drive. But perhaps most notable is the HDMI interface, which allows users to transmit Internet or DVD video content directly to a compatible HDTV set. For further details, please review NewEgg.
- G70 Laptop Series
- Intel Core 2 Duo
- 4GB RAM
- 320GB SATA HDD
- Altec Lansing Speakers
- DVD MultiDrive
- 17.3” WXGA+ Display
- HDMI Interface
- Wired/Wireless Internet
- Conferencing (Webcam/Mic)
- Kensington Lock Slot
- Product Number: VM114UA#ABA
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 (2.2GHz)
- Memory: 4096MB (8GB Max)
- Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 4500M
- Hard Drive: 320GB, 5400rpm
- Multimedia: DVD SuperMulti
- Display: 17.3” (1600x900)
- Modem: 56k
- Network: 10/100 LAN
- Wireless: 802.11b/g/n
- Sound: Altec Lansing
- Keyboard: 101-key
- Pointing: Touch Pad
- Communication: Webcam/Mic
- Security: Kensington Microsaver
- Battery: 6-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery
- 5-in-1 Media Reader
User Reviews (7)
respectable battery life considering its size
large 17.3 LED backlit display with 720p+ capable resolution (1600 x 900px)
ample RAM and drive space
16:9 aspect ratio is great for watching media
quality Intel WiFi (1000 BGN)
speakers aren't loud enough
Intel GMA 4500MHD graphics - cannot be used for any gaming whatsoever
comes loaded with a ton of bloatware
16:9 screen aspect ratio is not ideal for internet browsing, productivity software (too wide)
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