I am satisfied as the seller was up-front about it's condition.
5 July 2015
Summary: The laptop arrived quickly and worked once I acquired a power adapter. I replaced the memory as it only came with 256mb, which made the unit extremely s-l-o-w. The battery was essentially dead and I bought a replacement.
i regrette buying this laptop it was junk needed to be thrown instead.
17 July 2014
Summary: that hp laptop I bought had many problems it had blue screen issues it would just go off whiles using it ,the key pad would go mad ,also the laptop would overheat really hot in minutes. I regretted buying the laptop if the sella is honest he would refund me all my money back.
I restarted it and the internet connected fine, after 5 times of reconnecting and connecting again
Tijan McClain, Amazon
5 July 2014
Summary: When I got it, the computer had scratches, and it took me 2 tries to turn it on. When it finally turned on, The internet was not working well. I restarted it and the internet connected fine, after 5 times of reconnecting and connecting again.
Great 'older' business computer. Enough power w/upgrades
3 July 2013
Summary: For a 2004 basic business notebook, this fulfills my needs perfectly. That's why I consistently have been buying various one for parts or repair. I currently have 4 working nc6230s and 3 for parts, LCDs, MBs, etc.
Summary: I've been using one for about 4 months now without any issues. I guess it depends what you expect from it. I spent about $150, I got a little more RAM (1gb)... it's perfectly fine for browsing, emailing and watching videos on youtube.
Summary: I have owned/used more than 4 of these computers. Every single one has had a major hardware failure within 6 months. This laptop is actually worse than HP's from a few years ago (if possible). The volume control doesn't even work. The case is flimsy and will crack easily.
Excerpt: HP COMPAQ NC6230 is most Powerful and Useful For us. Priced at $2,108 (as of March 2005) A 1.86GHz Pentium M 760 Sonoma processor, 512MHz of average-speed 400MHz memory, L2 Cache 1Mb. An ATI Mobility Radeon X300 graphics chip with a standard 64MB of VRAM.