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HP G62-105SA Laptop PC (15.6-inch LED Widescreen Display, Windows 7 Home Premium, Intel Core i3 Processor i3-330M, 3 GB RAM, 320 GB HDD, 802.11 b/g/n, Intel HD Graphics)

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  • Stylish and functional laptop PC, packed with great features
  • 320 GB hard drive, 3 GB DDR3 RAM and state-of-the-art Intel Core i3 processor
  • 15.6-inch High-Definition LED HP BrightView Widescreen Display, HDMI output
  • Webcam with integrated microphone
  • 5-in-1 memory card reader
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandHP
Product Dimensions48 x 37.6 x 17 cm
Item model numberVY364EA #ABU
SeriesG62-105SA VY364EA
Form FactorPortable
Screen Size39.6 inches
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeCore i3
Processor Speed2130 MHz
Processor Count2
RAM Size3 GB
Hard Drive Size320 GB
Graphics Card DescriptionHD GPU
Operating SystemWindows 7 Home Premium
Lithium Battery Energy Content55 watt_hours
Lithium Battery Packagingbatteries_packed_with_equipment
Lithium Battery Weight390 Grams
Number Of Lithium Ion Cells6
  
Additional Information
ASINB003BYRCNK
Best Sellers Rank 95,721 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 Kg
Date First Available6 Mar 2010
  
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Product Description

HP High-Definition LED HP BrightView Widescreen 39.6 cm (15.6)notebook is your mobile entertainment partner. Enjoy sophisticatedelegance and the power to multitask and get the most out of yourmultimedia content with Intel Core i3-330M Processor. VY364EA#ABU

Box Contains

  • Notebook PC
  • Power adapter
  • User manual
  • Warranty information

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    Customer Reviews

    3.5 out of 5 stars

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    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Marcelle on 14 July 2010
    I've had my HP G62-105SA for a few weeks now and I'm delighted with it. It is very stylish looking, light as a feather (well almost) and has a great screen picture. It connected to my wireless router as soon as I started it up with no problems at all. I would highly recommend it - a bargain at the price!
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    35 of 39 people found the following review helpful By P.Vineaux on 24 July 2010
    I bought this as a replacement for an old Toshiba laptop that I'd had for 2 and a half years. I'm used to budget laptops and average specs, and I thought this one would be one of the better ones, but there are some HUGE problems with it that I wanted to warn potential buyers about.

    Pros:

    i3 processor - multitasks and runs big programs fast.

    fast hard drive - never mentioned in reviews, but this is something that really boosts the performance of this laptop.

    responsive touchpad

    build quality - despite what you may have read about hp, the build quality seems very solid. I reckon this is the kind of laptop that will as a few years, although having said that, one of the four 'nubs' on the bottom came off after only a few days (easy to glue back on).

    great design - has a pattern over the lid and the inside which is quite stylish I think. Also takes some design cues from macbooks with some nice lines, not as ugly and clunky-looking as your normal laptop.

    Cons:

    speakers - they're not that bad, but the bass levels are almost non existent. If you listen to a lot of music on your computer then you will notice this, sometimes it's like listening to song mixes with the bass completely removed. This is something I'm sure you can correct with settings though, as the speakers are apparently of a good make.

    awful keyboard - the keys feel like they've already been worn out, squishy, almost no click. Imagine typing on your tv remote. Personally I like a solid, responsive keyboard, but some people might prefer the softness I suppose.

    display - I've tried on all settings for three days now, and the colours, contrast, and black levels on the screen are always horrendous.
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    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By P. French on 12 Jun 2010
    Had the G62 a few weeks now and really like it.

    Its great looking - textured silver finish all over, slim and nice looking simple design.

    The 2.13Ghz Intel i3 chip gives great performance as does the 7200rpm HDD (nicer than the typical 5400rpm drives you find at this price point)

    Its fast, nimble, quiet and cool-running with a very nice screen to boot.

    A great all-round notebook!
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 20 Feb 2012
    I bought a HP G62 Laptop on the 11th February 2011
    It has been a nightmare.. Over heats all the time so had to buy a Logitech Laptop Tray with Fan underneather to cool it down.
    Keyboard ... I touch type, the calculator key and print key are at the left hand side, so you end up touching them all the time.
    It keeps locking keys on the keyboard, so you are forever having to delete things
    Mouse just does not work properly, had to buy a USB mouse

    Then on the 14th February 2012, it would not start up correctly, just the welcome screen
    Took it to my local Computer shop only to be told the HARD DRIVE had gone!!! 187.00£ for a new one!!!!

    Rang HP they said sorry we cannot send a hard drive to France?

    Rang WD and they sent it straight away, cost 56,00£ and to France no problems.

    So bought my own hard drive installed it..

    When you buy a HP Computer YOU have to make your own Recovery Disk, which I did,
    This did not work on installing it. Rang HP to be told.. I would be charged for a recovery disk!! £32.00

    NEVER AGAIN. Save your money and buy a DELL, my last dell I had for 7 years and still going strong, but has windows XP on it, So new using my DELL until my recovery disk comes in 3 WEEKS TIME!!!
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    5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By I. Overend on 13 July 2010
    I've had the G62-105SA for a few days now and I've been very impressed with it so far. The speed at which it manages tasks is awesome compared to my seven year old Dell. I can have multiple screens open, music playing, etc and there's no visible lag in performance. Straight out of the box it 'found' my wireless router and I was on the internet right away. Web pages open instantly which is a joy compared to what it used to be like on my Dell. I even had a quick look at the HP Support Centre on the laptop (not that I've needed it, but it's good to know it's there) and that seems very good to me.

    I also like that the laptop is a lot lighter than my old one, so for me it's a delight to move it about. The battery life seems great and it charges up relatively quickly.

    I did have a few niggles with the touchpad as sometimes it's hyper sensitive and the cursor goes everywhere all over the screen, then other times it freezes and won't budge at all. But the last couple of days it seems to have been fine, I've not noticed this issue at all. In choosing my new laptop I was told by someone techy to look for the Intel i3 processer and the 64 bit Windows operating system as a minimum, and for this money (£431 on Amazon recently) this was the laptop for me. The ability to upgrade the RAM to 8GB was also an important consideration to future proof the laptop. You could spend a LOT more money on laptops, but I don't see why you would need to - this one offers excellent spec for the price and I'm very happy with it.
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