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Hewlett-Packard pavilion ZD8323EA

PC Laptop from Hewlett-Packard

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Hewlett-Packard pavilion ZD8323EAPublished on 01/11/06 at 01:46
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I use it for one week. What I like most is its screen 17 "BrightView.
It's really gnial to have a 17 "dial. You can have all his tracks in sight, and rllement mix without scroll. What is also nice trs is the remote control. It allows you to navigate through a DVD in your photos or mp3. ct is the media-center of ZD8323. I love the stability of the machine. You can r Ellement multitche do without risk of blue screen ...

What I like least is its weight (in 4Kg). It's more portable than a laptop. This is what I wanted, so I won, but if you walk often, must have a good case and good shoulders. Autonomy is also not for the true nomad (note that the transformer is also quite hefty...…
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I use it for one week. What I like most is its screen 17 "BrightView.
It's really gnial to have a 17 "dial. You can have all his tracks in sight, and rllement mix without scroll. What is also nice trs is the remote control. It allows you to navigate through a DVD in your photos or mp3. ct is the media-center of ZD8323. I love the stability of the machine. You can r Ellement multitche do without risk of blue screen ...

What I like least is its weight (in 4Kg). It's more portable than a laptop. This is what I wanted, so I won, but if you walk often, must have a good case and good shoulders. Autonomy is also not for the true nomad (note that the transformer is also quite hefty in-kind). The hard drive is a real "veal". HP has the unfortunate tendency to provide a portable disk 4200tr/min. Personally, I changed mine the same day for 7200 and the diffrence is standard. The original disk flange normment the machine.

I find the quality-price ratio good enough, even if I have an AIM DVI (not VGA), a 6-pin FireWire (and not 4 pin), a single strip 1GB (plutt that 2x512Mo) and at least one disk 5200tr/min.

With exprience of one week, I would do this choice. I see the long run if it is still true.
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  • Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
  • Model: pavilion ZD8323EA
  • Category: PC Laptops
  • Added in our database on: 12/09/2005

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