HP/Compaq :: NEWDV6 2010 User Review

May 31, 2010

Long time lurker finally decided to join, best to start of my post count with a lengthy review on HP's new DV6 line.

I’d like to give people interested in HP's new dv6 line a heads up. This came about mainly due to the lack of reviews anywhere on the internet. Anyone with a dv6, feel free experience on the dv6.

Last weekend i purchased a HP DV6 3032tx with specs found here:

HP Pavilion dv6-3000 Entertainment Notebook PC series Home & Home Office

I went into JB HI-FI Australia buying a 13" mac and ending up getting this mainly due to the value, at a similar price as the dv6 was purchased at JB's cost price.

This has been my experience with the product so far

The third generation of the dv6 line has been completely revamped by removing the numeric pad (I personally hate the num pads), and adding a nice chicklet keyboard with some quick launch buttons. One stand out factor is the thickness. It' still 30mm thick however the actually visible thickness is less than 1" thanks to some beautiful tapered edge design. The aluminium/magnesium shell with black keyboard is very mac like, and reminds me of HP's premium ENVY line of notebooks. On the i7 models only the palm rests and lids have a nice looking imprint finish which is very subtle and maintains its professional look. When the system is on, a HP logo glows white on the bottom left hand corner of the lid...

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HP/Compaq :: Mini User Review Of ThePavilion Dm3t With SP9300 + G105M Graphics

Jan 30, 2010

Prior to 2006, there was a distinct difference between Apple and the PC industry. Apple specialized in design, and still does, and the PC industry won over customers by wooing them with the best bargain available—features for the price charged—and almost always at the cost of a pedestrian design. In 2006, in an ambitious bid to gain market share, HP launched a massive and hugely successful marketing campaign known as, “The Computer Is Personal Again,” and redesigned all of its laptops with the extremely popular high-gloss Imprint finish. In less than 2 years, HP unseated Dell as the undisputed leader in PC shipments and maintains that lead today.

3 years later, HP is back again (perhaps) to change the game. Borrowing from design cues from Apple’s Macbook Pro line, HP launched the dm3 in late October and the tm2 earlier this month, with designs that feature a brushed aluminum finish. Is it successful? Read more to find out.

How this laptop was purchased

I had shopped for a while to look for a new computer to replace my aging dv6000t from back in the Windows XP days. My options were the HP Pavilion dm3t and the Sony VAIO CW. I visited a Best Buy to check out some of the laptops, and I can say that I was absolutely repulsed by the build quality of the Dells these days. They suck. Period. What really won me over from the Sony CW was the build quality of the dm3t. The aluminum finish really is outstanding. More on that later................

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Dell :: Latitude E6400 User Review

Nov 22, 2008

It's been over a full week that I use my Latitude E6400 in great depth and here is my review on it. Now, before I start, I would like to apologies for my English, mistakes found are not done by any means of disrespect among you, the reader. Another note, I believe reading several reviews which all says the same thing is kind of useless, so I tried my best to present thing that was not mentioned before. This explains the reason why I don’t show the usual benchmarks, temperature on the machine, etc…

If this is the first review you read, I suggest you to read other reviews on notebookreview.com before reading this one. You can see me as a critical person.

Latitude E6400 Review

I use my laptop to run Office 2007 suit programs to type notes in classes, Steinberg WaveLab 5 to record them. I also use the laptop to do my assignments (Java/C++) at school and anywhere I want to go, as well as my own programming projects (large Flash application). Obviously, I use my machine to check my e-mail with Thunderbird, listen to music, and surf the web, etc... Ah yes, and I do plan to perform some light casual gaming on it on rare occasion.

System selected:Intel Core 2 Duo P8500 (2.26 GHz)Vista SP1 Business edition 64-bitDual Channel (2 stick) 4GB of RAM 800Mhz DDR2 (6-6-6-12) Samsung 1440x900 LED backlit display (LG, I believe)Backlit keyboardIntel Wireless N 5100 cardPanasonic DVD-Burner Dell 9 cell battery (made by: Panasonic)Nvidia Quadro NVS 160MHitachi 160GB HDD 5200RPMSuper detailed system configuration [56K modem warning!]:

When I received my laptop two weeks ago, it was damaged, there was a dent, passing through the process of asking a new one and compensation was easy. I was never put on hold, service was great and in proper English speaking staff (possible location of service: U.S/Canada). I had fun trying all to call all the provided services offered, and the service was very good, one could say almost excellent. I negotiated the price of my machine when I originally ordered it (this was the only time I talked to someone potentially in India), and the service was fast, again no hold time, and negotiation on the price was easy. The sale representative didn't know his stuff on the laptop and claimed to me that it had Latitude ON. Obviously I don't have it, as it cannot be added to the machine, and I asked compensation for that as well. This was done without issue, and I got an apology from the sale representative and its supervisor and Dell customer service supervisor (note that I also got another apology from Dell customer service when I informed them of the damaged machine).

Returning the machine for a replacement was easy and fast. Dell sent me a UPS label via e-mail, which I had to print and put on the Dell box, and call UPS to come and pick it up.

Packaging of the laptop was excellent. The box properly protected the machine, and the size is not excessively big where it wastes uselessly space, and not too small like some laptops that you buy in store, which fells like it was made from paper masher. Moreover, putting everything back in the box was very easy. The packaging could potentially lose a full mark as the accessory box is pretty much empty and could make the box smaller. However, considering that more accessories could be added onto the box, and that the box layout is designed for all or almost all Dell laptops, I can't deduct marks for that.
I gave it a 10/10

Not much to say, I did get 4 disks with my laptop:
- Drivers and Utility disk
- Power DVD DX 8.0 disk
- Roxio version 9.0 DE disk
- Microsoft Vista 64-bit disk.
and 90W slim Latitude power adapter which I'll get to that later...........

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Acer :: Aspire AS5532 User Experience And Review

Dec 8, 2009

Hello every one, I am interested on the Acer Aspire AS5532 that is currently on sale at bestbuy, it have a single core AMD Athlon 54 1.6, with ATI video card, and also I am looking at the Acer 5517 from staples which have a 2ghz Turion II

I have used HP computers for the last 6 years and never owned an Acer, I know first hand that Acer quality wasnt the best a few years ago as I had to troubleshoot and fix my friend's Acer while in college, but now that my HP died I need a cheap and reliable laptop for the mean time. So I will like to know user experince with this models and if there is a review since I have search the forum and Cnet and theres is none.

Acer Aspire AS5532[url]

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
AMD Athlon™ single-core TF-20 1.6Ghz
3GB DDR2 memory
160GB hard drive
15.6" HD Widescreen Acer CineCrystal™ LCD Display
ATI Radeon HD 3200 graphics
8X DVD-Super Multi Double-Layer Drive
Built-in InviLink high-speed wireless LAN (802.11b/g/Draft-N)
Multi-in-1 media reader
6-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery
1 year warranty

Acer Aspire 5517[url]

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
AMD Athlon™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Processor L310
3GB installed memory
250GB hard drive
15.6" HD Widescreen Acer CineCrystal™ LCD Display
8X DVD-Super Multi Double-Layer Drive
Acer InviLink™ 802.11b/g Wi-Fi CERTIFIED
Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader
6-Cell Lithium-Ion Battery
Multi-in-1 Digital Media Card Reader
Dimensions 14.4 (W) x 10.8 (D) x 1.1/1.5 (H) inches (6.1lbs)
1 year warranty

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HP/Compaq :: Dv2000-when I Start It Up And It Gets To The User Selection Screen I Cant Find My Cursor To Select My User Account

Jan 15, 2009

i got a hp dv2000 and sometimes when i start it up and it gets to the user selection screen i cant find my cursor to select my user account. I keep moving my finger on the touch pad but cant find it. I have to hold the power button down it will shut off then i have to pull out the battery start it up and the cursor is now there this has happened like 5 times already what would cause this?

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HP/Compaq :: CES 2010 And Envy 17 Inch

Dec 27, 2009

Can we expect HP to be introducing updated laptops at CES? I am mainly intrested in the HP Envy 17 inch, think we will hear anything about it (if not when)? I want a new laptop (updating from my xps 1530), and will like a 17 inch screen instead of a 15 inch screen and thats why i am waiting for the envy to come out with a 17 version,

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HP/Compaq :: HP TX2March 2010 New N-trig Drivers

Mar 4, 2010

Looks like HP have come through with the new 4-point n-trig drivers on the HP support page, version 2.239A.

Upgrade was painless and it would seem at this point that the following errors and their fixes have been implemented under Windows 7 64bit.

- palm rejection fixed, dual mode works like auto now perfectly
- pen support is very accurate and has no lag (still no ps pressure support tho)
- 4-point multitouch working and very accurate
- no more hot spots
- no more random clicks
- can access start bar with touch on desktop now
- calibration when changing modes seems perfect

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HP/Compaq :: Service And User Manuals For Presario 1200XL500

Jun 29, 2009

I rescued an old laptop (Compaq Presario 1200XL500) from the recycling bin and would like to make it usable for a sixth grader. It boots with the base RAm but I would have to add one module. I need to find a user and/or service manual first so that I understand what this old laptop needs. No manuals seem to be available on the HP site. Are there other sites where I might find one?

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HP/Compaq :: New BIOS Of 2530p/2730p/6930p/6535b/6735b/8530p/8530w/dv8 (Jan 14th, 2010)

Jan 14, 2010

TITLE: HPQFlash for HP Notebook System BIOS (68PSU) - Microsoft Windows-Based

PURPOSE: Routine
SoftPaq NUMBER: sp46785
EFFECTIVE DATE: December 08, 2009

PRODUCT TYPE(S): Notebooks

HARDWARE PRODUCT MODEL(S): HP EliteBook 2530p Notebook PC

Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows Vista
Microsoft Windows XP


FIXES: - Fixes an issue where the computer is unable to boot from some attached USB

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HP Compaq 6710b Lockups :: User Profile Cannot Be Loaded Running Vista Business

Jul 28, 2011

I returned from a 2 week holiday to find that I could not logon to my laptop. During the time I was away the laptop was powered down. When I enter the correct password to logon I get: "The User Profile Service service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded." message. I tried powering the laptop for 3 hours then tried to logon again but without success. How do I get around this?

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HP/Compaq :: HP Review

May 27, 2009

i just bought a laptop [url] and i was wonderhing what you think? just lookin for some reviews on it!

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HP/Compaq :: HP DM4 Review

May 21, 2010

Read the DM4 review here...

HP Pavilion dm4 Review - A Review of the HP Pavilion dm4

Basically, it runs cool AND has great battery life, which is fantastic to here. I think HP finally turned their ship around. I had their previous 14in machines and they all suffered from crap battery life and very high temperatures. To hear that the machines run very cool and get 5 hours of battery life on the standard 6-cell battery is really great.

This bodes well for their other systems, as all HP designs seem to mimic one another. If one model has heat/battery issues, they all do, as I've read of similar horror stories in the DV6000 and what not.

They got 5 hours of battery life with the 6-cell, i5-520, and Intel graphics. That's really phenomenal as far as I'm concerned. They offer switchable ATI graphics, so you can opt for discrete graphics and still get the 5 hours...

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HP/Compaq :: CompleteEnvy 15 (2nd Gen) Review

May 11, 2010

HP Envy 15 (2nd Gen) Complete Review by dave.ladner
I was recently a proud new owner of an HP Envy 15 (2nd Gen) about a week ago. This was a pretty big deal to me, as not only do I live in Canada and cannot order the 2nd Generation version yet, but I bought it through Ebay so was a little skeptical. I've categorized the laptop into some sections below and made some comments based on what I have experienced so far.

Take it as you will. Questions are welcome if you have them.
*Please note: No pictures are currently attached because I am at work(oops!), but I can include them upon request if you'd like.

Appearance and Size
The Envy 15 is, for lack of a better comparison, a Macbook Pro, with a different finish. The engraved lid and casing has a sort of weird feel to it at first, but once you get over it (an hour maybe) its pretty cool. Doesn't offer anything besides looks obviously, but it holds its own on those. The laptop is also very thing, like about an inch. Not much more. It weighs in at 5.1lbs on my scale, but I'm not sure how accurate that is as its a bathroom scale.................

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HP/Compaq :: HP Dm4t Review

May 29, 2010

I recently purchased an Asus UL80VT-A2 in search of the perfect thin and light laptop for me. Hardware-wise the Asus was great for my uses; the SU7300 did not feel underpowered and the Nvidia Geforce GT 210M was fine for light gaming; but the build quality was sub-par at best so I wanted to get something new. After shopping around for a while I was about to wait for the Envy 14 to come out but then Bing had 25% CB at HP so I decided to go with the dm4t. The ATI 5650, backlit keyboard, and higher resolution screen would have been welcome additions but they are additions that I can live without and that would have cost a lot more. This configuration ended up costing me $710 after BCB and even right now cost only $830 after taxes and BCB. One might say that I settled but after using this thing they would not feel that way.

OS: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-430M Dual Core processor (2.26GHz, 3MB L2 Cache) with Turbo Boost up to 2.53GHz
RAM: 3GB DDR3 System Memory (2 Dimm)
Hard drive: 320GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive with HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection
Graphics: 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon(TM) HD 5450 switchable graphics
Display: 14.0" diagonal High-Definition HP BrightView LED Display (1366 x 768)............

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HP/Compaq :: HP G60-507dx Review *56K Warning*

Nov 29, 2009

I just picked up 2 HP g60-507dx laptops at Best Buy yesterday for $197.00 before tax (1 for me and 1 for the wife). I stood in line for 8+ hours in the cold with some friends and had a blast doing it. I'm really glad I got in line at 8pm the night before. I was the 9th person in line and the last person to get the laptop door buster deal.... and man was the door buster deal really slick this year. I've never bought a full laptop for under 500.00 before, and having 2 laptops with Windows 7 for 197.00 each was just too good to pass up. Even a license for Windows 7 alone costs over 120.00 so in reality you get a slick new system for roughly next to nothing.

Anyway back to the review! Last time I did a review it was for my Acer Aspire 5672 series 4 years ago - Link, and I'm happy to say that my old laptop is still going strong with Windows 7. The reason for this new purchase was because I was looking for something to take to work or on trips that I wouldn't be distraught over if I left it in a cab or it was damaged / broken / etc. That and a netbook just wasn't my style (too small, etc.)

Product Support Page: - Link

HP's Unoffical Windows XP Downgrade Guide: - Link

Specifications Overview:.....................

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HP/Compaq :: HP DV7T Quick Review

Jul 5, 2009

just bought an HP DV7T notebook, and thought I would post my initial thoughts and impressions of it for anyone interested.

DISCLAIMER! These are my own thoughts and opinions, anyone interested should check out the notebook first to see if it is what they want.

HP DV7T 2044CA Specs:

Espresso Black colour
Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 64 bit
Intel Core 2 Duo T6400 2.0GHz processor
4GB DDR2 memory
320GB 5400RPM hard drive
Lightscribe optical drive
ATI Radeon Mobility 4650 graphics card
17.3” glossy widescreen display (1600x900)
Intel Wifi 5100 A/B/G/N wireless card
Bluetooth, Webcam, included remote
8 cell battery

I bought this notebook as a desktop replacement, for entertainment (music, movies, games), photo & video editing, and general computer stuff like websurfing & word usage...

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HP/Compaq :: Dv3z Small Review

Feb 9, 2009

I have just received the HP dv3z. I have run some tests and I have a couple remarks to make. I also took some pics with a bad quality web-cam. Also, I'm a new to the forums, sorry if this is the wrong place.

Brief Intro: The HP dv3z is a 13.3 inch notebook, introduced at CES 2009. It uses AMD processors. I bought it online.

Stats: I ordered mine with
- HP Pavilion dv3z Entertainment PC
- Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (32-bit)
- AMD Turion(TM) X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor RM-72 (2.1GHz)
- 13.3" diagonal WXGA High-Definition HP LED BrightView Widescreen Display (1280 x 800)
- 3GB DDR2 System Memory (2 Dimm)
- ATI Radeon(TM) HD 3200 Graphics with 64MB Display Cache Memory
- 160GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive with HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection
- Webcam + Fingerprint Reader
- Full Size Backlit Keyboard
- Wireless-N Card
- Tray Load SuperMulti 8X DVD+/-R/RW with Double Layer Support
- 9 Cell Lithium Ion Battery
- Microsoft(R) Works 9.0
- HP Home & Home Office Store in-box envelope.........

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HP/Compaq :: HP Elitebook 8540w Review

May 5, 2010

I decided to go with a HP Elitebook this year because I got a great deal for a 8540w.

If you plan to do a clean install with your use the HP Support Assistent to install all the drivers, it's much more compfortable than using the SoftPaq INstaller or even install all by hand: Support Assistent Download

The magnesium case of the Elitebook is realy great. Hard as a rock, nothing is flexing and the cool feeling of the brushed aluminium is very exclusive. A Thinkpad T510, which by itself feels pretty solid (despite some keyboard- and palmrest-flexing), feels like cheap plastic compared to the Elitebook.

The display is completly covered by a magnesium case covered with a brushed aluminium surface and has the same great touch as the palmrest. The hinges keep the display tight in place, no bouncing at all, but you can open it by using only one hand. The Thinkpad needs two hands, because the base unit gets lifted too if you don't push it down....

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HP/Compaq :: HP Pavilion Dv6-1260se Review

Sep 7, 2009

I thought it would be nice of me to write a review for future potential buyers.


After one month of shopping around for a new laptop that had decent gaming capabilities but still retained some portability I eventually ordered a Studio 1555 from the Dell Outlet.

The notebook had the following specifications,
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P8600 (2.4GHz, 3MB L2 Cache, 1066MHz FSB)Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 4570 512MB GDDR3Operating System: Windows Vista Home Premium with SP 1 (64-bit)Screen: 15.6 inch High Definition+ (900p) Bright LED Display with TrueLife and CameraMemory: 4 GB DDR2 SDRAM 800MHz (2 DIMMs)Storage: 320 GB SATA Hard Drive (5400 RPM)Optical Drive: 8X Slot Load Super Multi (DL DVD+/-R Drive + RAM support)Wireless and Communications: Intel WiFi Link 5100 802.11a/g/n Draft Mini CardBattery: 9 Cell Primary Battery 85WHr Li-IonDimensions: 14.6" (W) x 10.0" (D) x 1.0" (min H)/1.5" (max H)Standard.......

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HP/Compaq :: HP DV2z Review, My Personal POV

Jul 16, 2009

This is what I ordered and arrived:

HP Pavilion dv2z Entertainment PC
•• Espresso Black
•• Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1 (64-bit)
•• AMD Turion(TM) Neo X2 Dual-Core Mobile Processor for Ultrathin Notebooks L625 (1.6 GHz,1MB L2 Cache)
•• 75% OFF!! 4GB DDR2 System Memory (1 Dimm) from 2GB DDR2 System Memory (1 Dimm)
•• FREE Upgrade to 320GB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive with HP ProtectSmart Hard Drive Protection
•• FREE Upgrade to 512MB ATI Radeon(TM) HD Premium Graphics 3410 - For L625 Processor and Vista Premium
•• 12.1" diagonal WXGA High-Definition HP LED BrightView Widescreen Display (1280 x 800)
•• Webcam Only.............

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HP/Compaq :: HP Pavillion Dv7t Review

Sep 22, 2009

I bought a Dell Inspiron E1505 which was and still is an incredible laptop. This semester at college, I have a Intro to Game Level Design Class. I thought my laptop could handle it with its mighty Core 2 Duo. I know my video card sucked, but with games the C2D usually pulled alot of weight so I was sure even if I couldn't run the game we were using (Unreal Tournament 3) I could still use the editor. I install the game and boom - the editor wont even work. I later found that it was indeed my video card. So I figured, hell I'll upgrade it. Well, come to find out the Dell doesn't even have a video card....its a crappy intel chipset on the motherboard. I didn't have any other computers for game work, so I figured, time for an upgrade. I didn't want to part ways with my Dell, but I figured if I was smart and did more research for my first laptop, I wouldn't be in this predicament (I literally did no research....I went to Dell and figured I wanted the middle setup. Yes, very stupid on my part.) So I did alot more research this time, and I found that I could get a HP Pavillion dv7t with a nice actual video card and a core 2 duo for the price I found was great, around $1500 (all the others were either too expensive or didn't offer as much). So, I went for the HP Pavillion dv7t. Sorry Dell, but with HP I have a choice for a video card, not a crappy intel chipset.


2.66 GHZ Intel Core 2 Duo Mobile
500GB SATA hard drive
1GB ATI Radeon 4650 Mobillity HD
17.3 Inch Widescreen
Built in webcam
Lightscribe DVD / DVD RW 8X
Windows Vista Home Premium SP1 with free upgrade to Windows 7...........

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HP/Compaq :: Anyone Got Review Fordv7-1023cl

Mar 19, 2009

Anyone know this type of machine ? is this a DV7t or other class of machine ? anyone got the review for this type ?

HP dv7-1023cl (C2duo 2ghz, 4gb ram, 320hdd, nvidia 9600, 17 inch with blueray reader, vista home pre 64bit)


Manufacturer: HEWLETT PACKARD dv7-1023cl
Mfg Part#: FF216UA#ABA

Tech Specs
Product Name dv7-1023cl
Product Number FF216UA#ABA
Microprocessor 2.00 GHz Intel Centrino 2 Processor Technology featuring Intel Core 2 Duo Processor P7350
Microprocessor Cache 3 MB L2 Cache
Memory 4096 MB Max Up to 8GB DDR2
Video Graphics NVIDIA GeForce 9600M GT
Video Memory Up to 2302 MB (512 MB dedicated)........

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HP/Compaq :: HP Bluetooth Laser Mobile MouseHDX Series [Mini Review]

Jan 24, 2010

Just had to share my experience with HP's Bluetooth mouse they currently offer because I can barely find any information regarding their mouse, just that they offer it and the specs. I just recieved it, I've gotten about an hour or two of full use with it after an awful installtion on Windows 7. So yeah my thoughts so far, pretty nice once you get it working.

Another thing, if you have EPP discount, or Academic discounts, and some other coupon codes you can get this at a nice deal. I was able to get it for about 44$ with a retractable mouse (20$) and free shipping at that point. So I got about 81$ (including shipping) worth of stuff for 44$, almost 50% off with all the discounts I had. Not bad I would assume for a nice looking mouse.

I'm just trying to provide an informational post with this mini-review. I hope it helps some people who are looking for a BT mouse.

In a couple words, pretty bad. Being bluetooth, I'd thought I'd fire up my bluetooth adapter, then just hit pair using native Windows, and let Win Update do it's thing if needed. Everything went through fine, choose no pairing code, and things installed, but things didn't work. Threw in the disc, followed instructions, no worky still. After a restart, and trying again, seemed to work....


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HP/Compaq :: Photodon Antiglare Film On A Dv4z Infinity Display Mini-review

Apr 9, 2009

The extreme glare of HP's Infinity displays and lesser glare of glossy screens in general has a cure: antiglare films, which also provide scratch protection. I found a very comprehensive review of the options here:

Screen Protector Shootout Results

Photodon LCD protector sheets were highly rated, and since Photodon is in my home state of Michigan I ordered from them. I went with a larger than normal custom cut for my HP dv4z's Infinity display, figuring (correctly) that I'd want the film to be a little larger than the LCD panel since there's no bezel. I got the width right, 310mm, but I guessed low on the height. 194mm should be about right. Being mechanically disinclined I did a poor job applying the film but it still looks good. Some pics:

Glare screen, no flash, creepy serial killer gloves from the Photodon installation kit

Glare screen, flash on

Photodon antiglare film, flash off

Photodon antiglare film, flash on

Photodon antiglare film, notebook on, flash off..................

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Dell :: New Xps For January 2010?

Dec 14, 2009

I'm planning to buy a dell soon, but I'm wondering if I should wait until January 2010 as it's generally the month where new laptops come out.

So do you guys have any information concerning the launching of new dell xps in January?

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Apple :: Office 2010 For Mac

Nov 1, 2009

Just a quick question:
has anyone seen what Office 2010 is going to look like? I know that it's suppose to have Outlook, but I haven't been able to find any legible screen shots or credible information on what the new program will contain or how it's different that 2008, etc. I don't know, maybe there's nothing out there except rumors, but I was just curious.

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Apple :: Macbook Pro Mid-2010 CPU & GPU

Apr 29, 2010

We have all been curious about exactly what is going on under the hood in the new Macbook Pros. It would appear that Apple is indeed underclocking the GPU a bit, at least as reported from GPUz:

I also fired up CPUz and was pleased to the see that the i5 turbo mode appears alive and well, at least in Windows 7:

This is all from the base model, off the shelf 15" Macbook Pro.

I would love to see this thread turn into results from other new machines so download CPUz and GPUz!

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Apple :: 2010 MBP With I7 And GT330m - Does It Get Too Hot

May 17, 2010

I am debating on getting the 15.4 version.... does it get too hot? and is it portable?
please answer the TWO questions...

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Apple :: Macbook Pro (2010) XD

Mar 6, 2010

Just a myth:

Let's wait 5-6 more months for Nvidia GTX 480M (mobile version) into Macbook Pro... xD with 3D support + glasses...


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Apple :: Office On Mac Is Getting Outlook In 2010

Aug 13, 2009


Microsoft better not be teasing me.

This is probably the biggest reason why I can't stand being a Mac only person. Outlook keeps me alive and isn't as nagging as a wife.

I might just start sacrificing small animals......

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