Good laptop for travel, service and public access areas where losing it or damaging it would not break your heart or lose data
29 March 2014
Summary: I wanted a cheap, expendable Laptop for use on the road and on service calls. I use it primarily for web and email access and field service apps where everything is replaceable. I never store irreplaceable data on it and can use it from a Linux Live CD. It works well with the Tails Bootable CD version of Tor for use in public WiFi access areas and hotels. I downgraded it a star only on the basis of the battery which only has about a 1 hour life on it.
Summary: I bought this Lap Top Used. It looked dirty. Took it to a repair shop to be checked and serviced. I It is running very well and we have no complaints. I took it to Europe and worked as it should.
Summary: The item itself is in great shape. I was able to load my software without problems and software works well. I need to purchase a new battery. Battery does not charge while plugged into wall. Icon says "not charging". Disappointed but age has its problems. I don't recall if the ad said battery was or was not in working order. System has lots of speed.
Summary: Yep - a positive review on a refurbished computer. Simply Mahvelous! I waited a time before writing this review. I bought this laptop for traveling - AND because - at $200.00 - it was so Cheap! Whenever we get a REALLY good deal in the human society, there is serious cause for pessism. If you buy from a bear or a frog - no problem. Just take it home and use it. No need to ask any questions. You don't see them screwing each other over for a few dishonest dollars.
Summary: Modern Laptops have poor hinge design. This old model has the best hinge design, you can't push it back too far and is built to last. HP Compaq 6910p Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T7300 @ 2 GHz Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family Shared Memory: 358 MB 1280 x 800 (32 bit) (60Hz) Installed Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Upgraded to ADATA SSD S510 120GB hard drive and 4 GB RAM using Mushkin 2 GB PC2-5300 (333 MHz) SO-DIMM's