Reviews and Problems with HP Pavilion tx1000z series
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HP Pavilion tx1000
16 April 2007
Conclusion: The HP Pavilion tx1000z stands strong as an entry-level notebook, especially for those who are looking for a touch screen and tablet features. The specs and features are beefed up sufficiently to make for a strong computing and multimedia experience. The notebook feels speedy and is good looking. At $1,125, it should attract student, business users and first time tablet PC users but graphics artists who require an active digitizer.
Pros: Sleek design with the imprint finish. Small and light. Good performance in most tasks except 3D graphics. Integrated optical drive. Nice Altec Lansing stereo speakers and HP QuickPlay for your DVD pleasure. Integrated web camera is great for Skype users and the fingerprint scanner enhances the security and user experience. Support for ExperessCard to work with 3G cellular networks. Price is great for the product you get.
Cons: Digitizer requires a heavy touch and could be more responsive. The notebook runs hot (like many AMD processor powered machine). Battery life is short. As with most notebooks these days, there's plenty of bloatware installed.