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HP Laptop G62-340US AMD Athlon II Dual-Core P340 (2.20 GHz) 3 GB Memory 320 GB HDD ATI Radeon HD 4250 15.6" Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

Item #: 9B-34-157-423  |  Mfr. Part #: G62-340US  |  UNSPSC: 43211503
  • AMD Athlon II Dual-Core P340 (2.20 GHz)
  • 3 GB Memory 320 GB HDD
  • ATI Radeon HD 4250
  • 1366 x 768
  • Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit
  • DVD Super Multi

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    4 out of 5 eggs Based on 4 Reviews

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    • David H.

    5 out of 5 eggs Impressive for the price

    Pros: The size, shape, and design are mostly impressive. Unlike some glossy machines I've used, this one dosen't show dirt finger prints ect.

    I use mine for social sights, like facebook, and for some online gameing. This HP laptop blows my Frankenstine desk top out of the water for function. Much faster and easier to use.

    Cons: The sound quality is, in my opinion, lacking in in the bass range but so is every other laptop I've ever used.

    The biggest gripe I have is the touch pad "mouse". Although it works quite well, the problem is it is nearly invisable, there is little indicate its location. Furthermore the "mouse" buttons are combined into a rocker switch that is too stiff for its own good, not to mention its annorexic size, making it hard to operate. Nothing a plug in mouse wouldn't fix.

    Bottom Line: I am very happy overall with this machine, and would gladly recomend it to any of my friends in the market for a good deal on a good product

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    • Steven H.

    4 out of 5 eggs Great Pc

    Pros: Very Big Screen with vibrant colors, great HD VIDEO!

    Good performance! Can play Starcraft 2 and Dead Space 2 at medium settings with little to no lag at all. If you put the settings at low, there is no lag at all.

    Good quality speakers, not the best but for a laptop, it is great.

    Cons: Click pad is a little hard to get use to, double tapping to turn on/off touchpad does not work, no big deal.

    Bottom Line: Great computer that can run games pretty well.

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    • Steven O.

    5 out of 5 eggs It's Great

    Pros: Excellent looks, ample HDD for a budget notebook.

    Crisp, clear display with excellent color quality. Decent graphics capability.

    Soft key press style, full sized keyboard w/o keypad.

    Is not a fingerprint magnet.

    Cons: Stiff mouse button, rocker switch style, difficult to press down on, better off sticking to taps on the touchpad.

    Speakers lacking in bass and range.

    Would prefer 4GB of RAM vs the 3GB they give. It's a 2GB/1GB setup, with no free slots.

    Bottom Line: Bought as a compliment to my gaming desktop so I can work and play games away from home. It can play WoW on medium setting as of 11/2010, however I prefer smooth and sharp to flashy and laggy, low settings with max resolution and 2x multisample work better for me.

    The more I use this notebook, the more impressed I become with it. Experience is better with a mouse and headset.

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    • joseph m.

    4 out of 5 eggs Pretty Sweet!

    Pros: Sexy texture and overall design, ample HDD storage for most folks (320GB - software space), gorgeous screen, good WiFi antenna, speakers are crisp and clear, though they lack full-range.

    Solid construction and aluminum hinges set this 'top apart from others I've recently tried.

    Cons: Mouse button is a rocker switch, and is slightly small for large-fingered folks.

    Texture on mousepad area is identical to the rest of the hand rest, which takes (lots of) getting used to.

    Battery lifer could be a tad longer, but most laptops under $550 seem to pack pretty cheap batteries these days, not just this HP. I guess they had to skimp somewhere.

    Bottom Line: Compared to the horrid Toshiba I recently returned, this notebook feels very rugged, and had a sleek, modern look that won't ugly-up your office.

    It's only been in my office for a week, but I plan to keep this one, and I am FINALLY glad to have found a replacement for my tired Dell Vostro 1000 (which, in hindsight might be one of the best laptops I've owned, and was under $400).

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