HP Pavillion tx1420us

25 05 2008

I can tell HP’s trying to get compliments for design, and I think that they’ve just earned one right here. The HP Pavillion tx1420us has a great design, great weight, and amazing specifications. It is a tablet notebook, so you can use handwriting recognition to convert to text. The battery life is so-so, because you only get 2-3 hours. And, if you have it in tablet mode, the battery might get hot.

The HP Pavillion tx1420us also has many innovative features. It has a pretty high resolution for the size of the 12.1″ screen it has, which is 1280 pixels by 400 pixels. It has an AMD Turion 64 X2 processor, which is just AMD’s counterpart to the Intel Core 2 Duo central processing unit. The tx1420us also has 3 GB of memory to run its Wimdows Vista Home Premium Operating System. Vist is a memory hog, but 3 gigs should be plenty to run Vista well. If you don’t think 3 gigs is enough, you can upgrade it to 4 gigs. The HP Pavillion tx1420us also has a 250 GB Hard Disk Drive, which should be plenty for most people.

All in all, if you want a feature-filled stylish PC, this one might be perfect for you.


(Click here to buy this laptop)




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