HP is new line of entertainment notebook not only delivers in features, but also goes the extra mile to redesigning the chassis to appeal in those with unconventional tastes. Laminated scratch-resistant body; discrete graphics card option; Integrated Webcam; HP QuickPlay function; stylish touch-sensitive buttons. Notebooks with 14.1-inch screens seems to be gaining popularity, with other entertainment models like Dell Inspiron 640m and Samsung X11 sporting similarly sized displays.
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owroom gloss chassis aside, the HP Pavilion dv2000 offers a full suite of features which should leave most users satisfied. Billed as an entertainment system, the dual-core platform offers sufficient processing power for work and play. For those requiring even more perks, an optional discrete Nvidia GeForce Go 7200 graphics card is available on some models for greater versatility.
Connectivity-wise, the Pavilion dv2000 offers three USB 2.0, one spring-loaded ExpressCard slot and a mini-FireWire port. Networking is handled by the Ethernet and modem ports, with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi radios for wireless communication. The memory card reader can handle SD/MMC, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro and xD-Picture Card flash formats. External video displays can be jacked into the VGA or S-video ports with an expansion port for the optional HP xb3000 docking station (which costs an extra S$399 (US$253.85) and includes a wireless keyboard and mouse) for more connectivity options and better speakers.
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