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HP PROBOOK 450 INTEL CORE I3 2.4GHZ, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW, WIFI, W/C, B/T, F/P, 15.6TFT, WINDOW 7 PR0 /WINDOW 8 PRO

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HP PROBOOK 450 INTEL CORE I3 2.4GHZ, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW, WIFI, W/C, B/T, F/P, 15.6TFT, WINDOW 7 PRO / WINDOW 8 PRO


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    Posted by Ionut on 28th Dec 2015

    , I'm not a gamer, nor do I run heavy software like Photoshop and video <a href="http://dyormhqu.com">edtiing</a>. If I was, this laptop would probably show its limitations. I'll probably look at upgrading the hard drive at some point in time to something faster but it's okay for now.Build quality is particularly good, with the aluminium frame keeping it sturdy. If I hold the 15.6 laptop by the edge while open with my finger and thumb, not only is it too heavy to carry but it also feels like it's about to bend over on itself neither is true of the Vivobook. It looks and feels like a quality laptop.With the Vivobook, you get three years free of Asus Cloud Storage (32GB worth). While it's nice to have extra cloud space, it seems to take forever to upload. It's not going to replace Dropbox, or Box, or any of the more mainstream cloud services but it is 32GB free for three years.If there are any negatives, they have more to do with Windows 8 s incompatibilies with some software and hardware (given that I come from Windows XP, so that's what all my stuff runs on) and the way Windows 8 works differently, but that's all part and parcel of a new OS.For battery life, I did a test with WiFi on, screen at lowest brightness, and the Vivobook compressing MPG2 files to DivX. It lasted 3h 10m before reaching 5% and shutting down. In normal use, it's probably going to last longer.I've not had any issue with fan noise . It comes on occasionally, but it's not exactly noisy. When on battery power, the CPU will throttle back to half-speed (viewed through Task Manager) when necessary which probably reduces the need for the fan while extending battery life.Beware that there are different configurations of the Vivobook. PC World are currently selling it at a3399 but that's with a dual-core Pentium CPU, not the Core i3.Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0


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    Posted by Ionut on 28th Dec 2015

    , I'm not a gamer, nor do I run heavy software like Photoshop and video <a href="http://dyormhqu.com">edtiing</a>. If I was, this laptop would probably show its limitations. I'll probably look at upgrading the hard drive at some point in time to something faster but it's okay for now.Build quality is particularly good, with the aluminium frame keeping it sturdy. If I hold the 15.6 laptop by the edge while open with my finger and thumb, not only is it too heavy to carry but it also feels like it's about to bend over on itself neither is true of the Vivobook. It looks and feels like a quality laptop.With the Vivobook, you get three years free of Asus Cloud Storage (32GB worth). While it's nice to have extra cloud space, it seems to take forever to upload. It's not going to replace Dropbox, or Box, or any of the more mainstream cloud services but it is 32GB free for three years.If there are any negatives, they have more to do with Windows 8 s incompatibilies with some software and hardware (given that I come from Windows XP, so that's what all my stuff runs on) and the way Windows 8 works differently, but that's all part and parcel of a new OS.For battery life, I did a test with WiFi on, screen at lowest brightness, and the Vivobook compressing MPG2 files to DivX. It lasted 3h 10m before reaching 5% and shutting down. In normal use, it's probably going to last longer.I've not had any issue with fan noise . It comes on occasionally, but it's not exactly noisy. When on battery power, the CPU will throttle back to half-speed (viewed through Task Manager) when necessary which probably reduces the need for the fan while extending battery life.Beware that there are different configurations of the Vivobook. PC World are currently selling it at a3399 but that's with a dual-core Pentium CPU, not the Core i3.Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0


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    Posted by Ionut on 28th Dec 2015

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  7. (Personal Computers)

    Posted by Felicia on 26th Dec 2015

    (Personal Computers) I'm not good at reviews so here is a list of thgins about this Netbook that may help:*Samsung NCC110P version of this Netbook as far as I can tell the P version is the one with the Atom Cedar Trail N2600.*Even though it doesn't mention it on the Amazon webpage this does come with HDMI out.*Memory upgradable via a trapdoor expansion slot opened using a small philips style cross headed screwdriver (I personally went with 2gb memory part CT25664BC1339), from what I gather 2GB is the most amount of memory the cpu supports. For any other old gits out there, changing the memory exactly the same way you would change some 72pin memory back in the days of the 486 and on an Amiga A1200 trapdoor expansion card, very simple indeed.*The screen has an antiglare coating that does affect the brightness of the screen but is a small price to pay for no reflections. For reference it's as strong as the coating on a Dell U2410 monitor. For Glossy lovers check out the Acer models based on this same cpu.*Currently no hardware accelleration for adobe flash, waiting for them to release an update so it supports the N2600 cpu (hopefully this wont be too long.) In a nutshell this means smooth HD content via Youtube etc is currently a no go. You can download (using downloadhelper for example) this content and play back using the likes of Media Player Classic fine though. This not a problem with the unit, just Adobe being lame.I bought this unit personally for emulators when I'm off on crappy long car journeys (Spectaculator, Mame, Winuae and Dosbox all work fine) and for my mrs to watch itv player, bbc iplayer, 4od, demand 5 and lovefilm. Lovely bonus being able to watch these on a big screen aswell (both VGA and HDMI output will allow 1920 1080 resolution via the tv).Hope this helps someone, really can't fault the unit at all


  8. (Personal Computers)

    Posted by Felicia on 26th Dec 2015

    (Personal Computers) I'm not good at reviews so here is a list of thgins about this Netbook that may help:*Samsung NCC110P version of this Netbook as far as I can tell the P version is the one with the Atom Cedar Trail N2600.*Even though it doesn't mention it on the Amazon webpage this does come with HDMI out.*Memory upgradable via a trapdoor expansion slot opened using a small philips style cross headed screwdriver (I personally went with 2gb memory part CT25664BC1339), from what I gather 2GB is the most amount of memory the cpu supports. For any other old gits out there, changing the memory exactly the same way you would change some 72pin memory back in the days of the 486 and on an Amiga A1200 trapdoor expansion card, very simple indeed.*The screen has an antiglare coating that does affect the brightness of the screen but is a small price to pay for no reflections. For reference it's as strong as the coating on a Dell U2410 monitor. For Glossy lovers check out the Acer models based on this same cpu.*Currently no hardware accelleration for adobe flash, waiting for them to release an update so it supports the N2600 cpu (hopefully this wont be too long.) In a nutshell this means smooth HD content via Youtube etc is currently a no go. You can download (using downloadhelper for example) this content and play back using the likes of Media Player Classic fine though. This not a problem with the unit, just Adobe being lame.I bought this unit personally for emulators when I'm off on crappy long car journeys (Spectaculator, Mame, Winuae and Dosbox all work fine) and for my mrs to watch itv player, bbc iplayer, 4od, demand 5 and lovefilm. Lovely bonus being able to watch these on a big screen aswell (both VGA and HDMI output will allow 1920 1080 resolution via the tv).Hope this helps someone, really can't fault the unit at all


  9. (Personal Computers)

    Posted by Felicia on 26th Dec 2015

    (Personal Computers) I'm not good at reviews so here is a list of thgins about this Netbook that may help:*Samsung NCC110P version of this Netbook as far as I can tell the P version is the one with the Atom Cedar Trail N2600.*Even though it doesn't mention it on the Amazon webpage this does come with HDMI out.*Memory upgradable via a trapdoor expansion slot opened using a small philips style cross headed screwdriver (I personally went with 2gb memory part CT25664BC1339), from what I gather 2GB is the most amount of memory the cpu supports. For any other old gits out there, changing the memory exactly the same way you would change some 72pin memory back in the days of the 486 and on an Amiga A1200 trapdoor expansion card, very simple indeed.*The screen has an antiglare coating that does affect the brightness of the screen but is a small price to pay for no reflections. For reference it's as strong as the coating on a Dell U2410 monitor. For Glossy lovers check out the Acer models based on this same cpu.*Currently no hardware accelleration for adobe flash, waiting for them to release an update so it supports the N2600 cpu (hopefully this wont be too long.) In a nutshell this means smooth HD content via Youtube etc is currently a no go. You can download (using downloadhelper for example) this content and play back using the likes of Media Player Classic fine though. This not a problem with the unit, just Adobe being lame.I bought this unit personally for emulators when I'm off on crappy long car journeys (Spectaculator, Mame, Winuae and Dosbox all work fine) and for my mrs to watch itv player, bbc iplayer, 4od, demand 5 and lovefilm. Lovely bonus being able to watch these on a big screen aswell (both VGA and HDMI output will allow 1920 1080 resolution via the tv).Hope this helps someone, really can't fault the unit at all



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