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HP 15 INTEL CELERON 2.1GHZ, 2GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW, WEBCAM, B/T, WIFI, WINDOW8

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HP 15 INTEL CELERON 2.1GHZ, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW, WEBCAM, B/T, WIFI, WINDOW8


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  1. (Personal Computers)

    Posted by Daikon on 28th Dec 2015

    (Personal Computers) I believe that this is currtnely the cheapest laptop of it's type on the market, it is a good looking laptop that is well specified for the price.Pros:. Light, slim and good looking laptop, similar in style to an Ultrabook but a little thicker.. The touchscreen enables Windows 8 to be used as it was intended.. It has an Ethernet port and VGA connector which set it apart from most slim laptops.. Great for basic web surfing, email and word processing.Cons:. This isn't a particularly powerful laptop (PC Pro magazine give it an overall Real World Benchmark score of 0.48 which is similar to a full size budget laptop) but changing the internal hard drive for an SSD will improve performance.TIP: If you buy this laptop you can create a recovery USB memory stick (16GB memory stick required) to recover the computer if the hard drive fails Insert the USB memory stick, Open Control Panel, choose View By Large Icons, click Recovery then click Create Recovery Drive (be sure to tick Copy The Recovery Partition From The PC To The Recovery Drive). http://vtgfnnl.com [url=http://zcommt.com]zcommt[/url] [link=http://atecppwbn.com]atecppwbn[/link]


  2. (Personal Computers)

    Posted by Daikon on 28th Dec 2015

    (Personal Computers) I believe that this is currtnely the cheapest laptop of it's type on the market, it is a good looking laptop that is well specified for the price.Pros:. Light, slim and good looking laptop, similar in style to an Ultrabook but a little thicker.. The touchscreen enables Windows 8 to be used as it was intended.. It has an Ethernet port and VGA connector which set it apart from most slim laptops.. Great for basic web surfing, email and word processing.Cons:. This isn't a particularly powerful laptop (PC Pro magazine give it an overall Real World Benchmark score of 0.48 which is similar to a full size budget laptop) but changing the internal hard drive for an SSD will improve performance.TIP: If you buy this laptop you can create a recovery USB memory stick (16GB memory stick required) to recover the computer if the hard drive fails Insert the USB memory stick, Open Control Panel, choose View By Large Icons, click Recovery then click Create Recovery Drive (be sure to tick Copy The Recovery Partition From The PC To The Recovery Drive). http://vtgfnnl.com [url=http://zcommt.com]zcommt[/url] [link=http://atecppwbn.com]atecppwbn[/link]


  3. (Personal Computers)

    Posted by Daikon on 28th Dec 2015

    (Personal Computers) I believe that this is currtnely the cheapest laptop of it's type on the market, it is a good looking laptop that is well specified for the price.Pros:. Light, slim and good looking laptop, similar in style to an Ultrabook but a little thicker.. The touchscreen enables Windows 8 to be used as it was intended.. It has an Ethernet port and VGA connector which set it apart from most slim laptops.. Great for basic web surfing, email and word processing.Cons:. This isn't a particularly powerful laptop (PC Pro magazine give it an overall Real World Benchmark score of 0.48 which is similar to a full size budget laptop) but changing the internal hard drive for an SSD will improve performance.TIP: If you buy this laptop you can create a recovery USB memory stick (16GB memory stick required) to recover the computer if the hard drive fails Insert the USB memory stick, Open Control Panel, choose View By Large Icons, click Recovery then click Create Recovery Drive (be sure to tick Copy The Recovery Partition From The PC To The Recovery Drive). http://vtgfnnl.com [url=http://zcommt.com]zcommt[/url] [link=http://atecppwbn.com]atecppwbn[/link]


  4. First off, let me st

    Posted by Prajakta on 28th Dec 2015

    First off, let me start my saying that I was in the<a href="http://vbghplfol.com"> meakrt</a> for a new next generation console and for me, the console had to be an HD console, since I thought it would go very well with my Sony Bravia HDTV that I've had for over a year now. Now of course, my main concern was hardware reliability. I've heard way too many stories of RROD on the Xbox 360, including online reports saying that it had the highest failure rate out of all the three consoles. The Wii was out because it's not HD. The choice was obviously Sony, given that Sony hasn't failed me in the past (My PS2 and PSOne still work to this day). However, after receiving this bundle, I realize I had paid too much. Despite the good reviews about Little Big Planet (it got 9. 0 and 9. 5 from Gamespot and IGN respectively), Little Big Planet didn't interest me. Maybe I thought it was too kiddy or whatnot, but these are my own opinions and do not reflect the opinions of everyone else. If you're interested in LBP, you might still want to skip out on this bundle. Keep reading, I'll explain more. The next thing I realized was that I didn't NEED 250 GB. Not ever. Why did I think I needed 250 GB? Well, I have an external hard drive that contains LOADS of HD movies. But when I tried plugging it into the PS3, guess what? The PS3 couldn't read it! I spent 5 minutes looking like a dummy trying to find it on the PS3 user interface. I did some research online and found out that the PS3 only reads FAT32 formatted hard drives, and not NTFS formatted hard drives, which was what I had. For those of you who don't know, FAT32 has a transfer limit of 4GB. That means you can't transfer any file that is more than 4 GB. 99% of my HD movies were more than 4 GB in size. Thus, I wasn't going to format my external just for the PS3. And I'm not going to pay for any movies on the Playstation online store. I already have all my movies on my external, so why would I pay for them again? Point is, the majority of the people out there who are cheap like me won't need 250 GB. The last complaint I have is important. The bundle did NOT include the new CECH-2101B model. It actually included the old CECH-2001B model. The difference between the two is that the old model sports a 65nm RSX graphics chip, whereas the new model sports a 40nm RSX chip. The chip with the lower nm is better because it does the same as the higher nm chip, but it does so using less electricity, and thus produces less heat. So, you will benefit by having a quieter system, cheaper electric bill, and having a lesser chance for your PS3 to YLOD (system failure from overheating). People will say that it doesn't make a big difference, but I say that with a 350 dollar console (the most I've ever paid for a console), I'd rather have peace-of-mind. Now, I probably wouldn't be complaining about this if I had bought my PS3 months ago. But since the new model came out in March 2010, and it is now June, I expected that I would get the new model. If you bought the 120 GB version on Amazon, you will get the new model, as many people have confirmed. Overall, I'd highly recommend getting the 120 GB version and an HDMI cable separately. I would've gotten the Sony HDMI cables anyway, but the total price would still have been less than that of this bundle. Also, with the 120 GB version, I would've gotten the newer model (remember, my main concern was hardware failure). Good things about the PS3: it's great, upscales DVD's to 1080p, has a wireless adapter, can play blu-ray, can play PSOne games (though on an LCD HDTV, it looks ugly), the user interface is very easy to use, and Final Fantasy XIII looks absolutely gorgeous in all of its 1080p glory.


  5. First off, let me st

    Posted by Prajakta on 28th Dec 2015

    First off, let me start my saying that I was in the<a href="http://vbghplfol.com"> meakrt</a> for a new next generation console and for me, the console had to be an HD console, since I thought it would go very well with my Sony Bravia HDTV that I've had for over a year now. Now of course, my main concern was hardware reliability. I've heard way too many stories of RROD on the Xbox 360, including online reports saying that it had the highest failure rate out of all the three consoles. The Wii was out because it's not HD. The choice was obviously Sony, given that Sony hasn't failed me in the past (My PS2 and PSOne still work to this day). However, after receiving this bundle, I realize I had paid too much. Despite the good reviews about Little Big Planet (it got 9. 0 and 9. 5 from Gamespot and IGN respectively), Little Big Planet didn't interest me. Maybe I thought it was too kiddy or whatnot, but these are my own opinions and do not reflect the opinions of everyone else. If you're interested in LBP, you might still want to skip out on this bundle. Keep reading, I'll explain more. The next thing I realized was that I didn't NEED 250 GB. Not ever. Why did I think I needed 250 GB? Well, I have an external hard drive that contains LOADS of HD movies. But when I tried plugging it into the PS3, guess what? The PS3 couldn't read it! I spent 5 minutes looking like a dummy trying to find it on the PS3 user interface. I did some research online and found out that the PS3 only reads FAT32 formatted hard drives, and not NTFS formatted hard drives, which was what I had. For those of you who don't know, FAT32 has a transfer limit of 4GB. That means you can't transfer any file that is more than 4 GB. 99% of my HD movies were more than 4 GB in size. Thus, I wasn't going to format my external just for the PS3. And I'm not going to pay for any movies on the Playstation online store. I already have all my movies on my external, so why would I pay for them again? Point is, the majority of the people out there who are cheap like me won't need 250 GB. The last complaint I have is important. The bundle did NOT include the new CECH-2101B model. It actually included the old CECH-2001B model. The difference between the two is that the old model sports a 65nm RSX graphics chip, whereas the new model sports a 40nm RSX chip. The chip with the lower nm is better because it does the same as the higher nm chip, but it does so using less electricity, and thus produces less heat. So, you will benefit by having a quieter system, cheaper electric bill, and having a lesser chance for your PS3 to YLOD (system failure from overheating). People will say that it doesn't make a big difference, but I say that with a 350 dollar console (the most I've ever paid for a console), I'd rather have peace-of-mind. Now, I probably wouldn't be complaining about this if I had bought my PS3 months ago. But since the new model came out in March 2010, and it is now June, I expected that I would get the new model. If you bought the 120 GB version on Amazon, you will get the new model, as many people have confirmed. Overall, I'd highly recommend getting the 120 GB version and an HDMI cable separately. I would've gotten the Sony HDMI cables anyway, but the total price would still have been less than that of this bundle. Also, with the 120 GB version, I would've gotten the newer model (remember, my main concern was hardware failure). Good things about the PS3: it's great, upscales DVD's to 1080p, has a wireless adapter, can play blu-ray, can play PSOne games (though on an LCD HDTV, it looks ugly), the user interface is very easy to use, and Final Fantasy XIII looks absolutely gorgeous in all of its 1080p glory.


  6. First off, let me st

    Posted by Prajakta on 28th Dec 2015

    First off, let me start my saying that I was in the<a href="http://vbghplfol.com"> meakrt</a> for a new next generation console and for me, the console had to be an HD console, since I thought it would go very well with my Sony Bravia HDTV that I've had for over a year now. Now of course, my main concern was hardware reliability. I've heard way too many stories of RROD on the Xbox 360, including online reports saying that it had the highest failure rate out of all the three consoles. The Wii was out because it's not HD. The choice was obviously Sony, given that Sony hasn't failed me in the past (My PS2 and PSOne still work to this day). However, after receiving this bundle, I realize I had paid too much. Despite the good reviews about Little Big Planet (it got 9. 0 and 9. 5 from Gamespot and IGN respectively), Little Big Planet didn't interest me. Maybe I thought it was too kiddy or whatnot, but these are my own opinions and do not reflect the opinions of everyone else. If you're interested in LBP, you might still want to skip out on this bundle. Keep reading, I'll explain more. The next thing I realized was that I didn't NEED 250 GB. Not ever. Why did I think I needed 250 GB? Well, I have an external hard drive that contains LOADS of HD movies. But when I tried plugging it into the PS3, guess what? The PS3 couldn't read it! I spent 5 minutes looking like a dummy trying to find it on the PS3 user interface. I did some research online and found out that the PS3 only reads FAT32 formatted hard drives, and not NTFS formatted hard drives, which was what I had. For those of you who don't know, FAT32 has a transfer limit of 4GB. That means you can't transfer any file that is more than 4 GB. 99% of my HD movies were more than 4 GB in size. Thus, I wasn't going to format my external just for the PS3. And I'm not going to pay for any movies on the Playstation online store. I already have all my movies on my external, so why would I pay for them again? Point is, the majority of the people out there who are cheap like me won't need 250 GB. The last complaint I have is important. The bundle did NOT include the new CECH-2101B model. It actually included the old CECH-2001B model. The difference between the two is that the old model sports a 65nm RSX graphics chip, whereas the new model sports a 40nm RSX chip. The chip with the lower nm is better because it does the same as the higher nm chip, but it does so using less electricity, and thus produces less heat. So, you will benefit by having a quieter system, cheaper electric bill, and having a lesser chance for your PS3 to YLOD (system failure from overheating). People will say that it doesn't make a big difference, but I say that with a 350 dollar console (the most I've ever paid for a console), I'd rather have peace-of-mind. Now, I probably wouldn't be complaining about this if I had bought my PS3 months ago. But since the new model came out in March 2010, and it is now June, I expected that I would get the new model. If you bought the 120 GB version on Amazon, you will get the new model, as many people have confirmed. Overall, I'd highly recommend getting the 120 GB version and an HDMI cable separately. I would've gotten the Sony HDMI cables anyway, but the total price would still have been less than that of this bundle. Also, with the 120 GB version, I would've gotten the newer model (remember, my main concern was hardware failure). Good things about the PS3: it's great, upscales DVD's to 1080p, has a wireless adapter, can play blu-ray, can play PSOne games (though on an LCD HDTV, it looks ugly), the user interface is very easy to use, and Final Fantasy XIII looks absolutely gorgeous in all of its 1080p glory.


  7. August 7, 2011 Throw

    Posted by Moonok on 26th Dec 2015

    August 7, 2011 Throwing Style: RHBHYears Playing: 2Average Distance: 250 Buzzz, Roc, now the Core. The Core is a do everything midnrage. It is stable and will fly dead straight on 250+ drives from a slight hyzer. The core will hold upshot hyzer lines as well as anhyzer lines, but will need some power to hold the anhyzer lines.The disc has a good amount of glide as it always fades forward when it slows down. The fade on this disc is minimal, which makes it great for pinpoint upshots and short drives up to 250 feet. You shouldn't have any problem with the disc turning and burning, but it will show your form flaws when you do mess up.The only drawback is the run consistency. There are some cores that have a small dome, huge pop top dome only in the middle of the disc, and ones that have a big gradual dome. All of these runs have slightly differing stability, but still close enough to get the job done. I personally have two different cores of differing runs in my bag, one that is stable and one that is slightly less stable.Well-loved.


  8. August 7, 2011 Throw

    Posted by Moonok on 26th Dec 2015

    August 7, 2011 Throwing Style: RHBHYears Playing: 2Average Distance: 250 Buzzz, Roc, now the Core. The Core is a do everything midnrage. It is stable and will fly dead straight on 250+ drives from a slight hyzer. The core will hold upshot hyzer lines as well as anhyzer lines, but will need some power to hold the anhyzer lines.The disc has a good amount of glide as it always fades forward when it slows down. The fade on this disc is minimal, which makes it great for pinpoint upshots and short drives up to 250 feet. You shouldn't have any problem with the disc turning and burning, but it will show your form flaws when you do mess up.The only drawback is the run consistency. There are some cores that have a small dome, huge pop top dome only in the middle of the disc, and ones that have a big gradual dome. All of these runs have slightly differing stability, but still close enough to get the job done. I personally have two different cores of differing runs in my bag, one that is stable and one that is slightly less stable.Well-loved.



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