Excerpt: Using older-generation platform and hardware that just about meets the minimum system requirements is a common means adopted by most laptop manufacturers to churn out wallet-friendly offerings, and this is inevitable to stay in competition. It would have been nice if latest-generation models were available in the same price bracket, but nevertheless, the second-generation Intel platform has the muscle to handle Windows 8 and basic everyday tasks.
Summary: Before anyone scoffs at the specs of the HP 2000 notebook, it is important to note that this is a laptop that is catering to the budget market - the affordable machine that will either be the first laptop for a lot of users or the machine to buy when on a tight budget. Well built, which is a huge bonus. The excellent keyboard is the proverbial cherry on the proverbial cake. Performance is fairly acceptable, but the battery life is expectedly disappointing.
Pros: Very well built, Excellent keyboard, Bright and fairly sharp display, Windows 8 preloaded
Cons: Disappointing battery life, Touchpad is a tad inconsistent
Conclusion: 15.6 inches screen, Windows 8 64 bit OS and state-of-the-art features- HP has included just the right blend of functionality and capabilities into its quintessential. Both casual users and professional individuals will have fun in operating this device. Although the battery backup could have been a bit more efficient but that?s okay when you have a machine boasting truck laden features, it compensates well.
Conclusion: Overall, outfitted with piles of intuitive features and their functionalities, the new HP 2000-2202TU laptop is apt for those who would love to have one single device that meets all their personal and professional needs!
Pros: On its positive end, the laptop comes entangled with several intuitive connectivity ports including USB 2.0 ports, HDMI and many more. Not only this, but also you will locate SuperMulti DVD-RW drive with Dual Layer Support and HD webcam!