HP 2010 Core i3-based Pavilion laptop Review

Year 2010 has started to develop in the field of new technologies, including a new laptop, now issued a new HP 2010 laptop that uses a traditional processor. At the Consumer Electronics Show, which begins January 7 to the PC manufacturer will debut a new laptop I3 printed using Core processors, as reported previously. I series processors based on Intel core microarchitecture Nehalem. In 2010, the chipmaker will move most of the lines of current processor technology, Core 2 Core i design.
I3 core processor, so perfect in the assembly, a system from HP is now posted on the online retailer price of $ 865. Gateway laptop retailers and listed on the Canadian Future Shop price $ 730 Canadian dollars or about $ 694 U.S. dollars. In addition to product specifications, one of the most anticipated laptop technology at CES this year is Arrandale, the code name for Intel Core i series mobile processors targeted at the mainstream laptop market.
Arrandale based Core I3 is the first major Intel laptop processor to combine two graphics processor cores and functions together in a single chip package resulting in power efficiency is better overall. Specifications : Processor: 2.13GHz Intel Core I3-330m Display: 15.6 Memory: 4096MB DDR3 Hard disk drive: 320GB 7200rpm Optical drive: DVDRW Operating system: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit Video card: Integrated Intel Graphics Media Accelerator HD Prices are listed by $ 864.99 The $ 694 Gateway system is the same screen size (listed with 1600 x 900 native resolution) and memory configuration as the HP laptop to a bet with a 500GB hard disk drive, and the most interesting, but not published using ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 graphics chip instead of Intel's graphics silicon.

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