Reviews and Problems with HP Pavilion dv2000t series
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HP Pavilion dv2000t
13 September 2006
Summary: The HP Pavilion dv2000t delivers an eye-catching case, a strong set of features, solid performance with the Intel Core Duo processor, and excellent battery life with the 12-cell extended battery.
Pros: Strong set of specs for the price; can be configured with AMD or Intel processor; bright 14.1-inch display; includes most of the ports and connections home users need.
Excerpt: Black has always been the color of status. Apple charges an extra $150 for a matte black MacBook . Fashion houses typically consider their “Black Label” the highest-end collection. Even Mercedes has joined the club with their SLK 55 AMG Black. The latest company to join this club is HP. Their entry? The HP Pavilion dv2000t. It features an all-new, scratch-resistant, high-gloss piano black finish that’s accented with a subtle wave pattern.
Pros: Stylish; solid keyboard; competitively priced; digital audio output, Stylish, Very good keyboard, Competitively priced, Digital audio output, Can be configured with a GeForce Go 7200
Cons: Poor trackpad buttons; lots of wasted pre-loaded software; battery indicator is not very informative, Battery does not report “minutes of life remaining”, Poor trackpad buttons, Preloaded software demos waste a lot of hard drive disk space