It’s a new laptop by Compaq with 15.6-inch LED-backlit display (1366×768),AMD V-series single-core processor, Athlon II/Turion II/Phenom II dual-core processors; Phenom II triple-core processor ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics; 512MB ATI Mobility Radeon 545v optional and many more….
Without a fuss or worry, HP has added a new Compaq Presario CQ62 series laptop to its offering, the CQ62Z model which boasts a 15.6-inch (1366 x 768) display, makes use of an AMD platform and has a starting price tag of $379.99.
We won’t lie, the last time we bought a standard Compaq was in high school — approximately eight months before the LCD hinge broke — but it’s not everyday you find a notebook for a netbook price. (Okay, it might not last as long on a charge.)
This week, HP’s silently launched the Compaq CQ62Z, which comes with AMD’s new 2.2GHz V120 CPU, ATI Radeon HD 4250 graphics and a 15.6-inch LED-backlit display at a legitimately fantastic $380. 2GB of RAM, 802.11n Wi-Fi, a 250GB hard drive, DVD burner and a 6-cell battery round out the package, and you can grab a dual-core processor for a few ten-spots more.
Solid features :
1.A choice among AMD’s latest processors.
2.Simplified daily PC activities with genuine Windows 7 Premium.
3.A matte-black exterior finish for clean look that minimizes fingerprints.
4.A 15.6″ (diagonal) high-definition5 Brightview LED widescreen.
5.Built-in Wi-Fi2, microphone, and optional webcam.
6.USB ports for connecting devices..
7.6-cell (as compared with 4-cell) Lithium-Ion battery for longer life.
8.Optional HDMI 1.3 port for connecting the PC to an external monitor or HD TV.
9.Optional digital media card reader for transferring photos and other data.
Warranty and support :
1.Real-time chat and e-mail (with a response in about an hour).
2.Access to on-line support by clicking on the desktop icon.
3.Access to our on-line classes, FAQs, and other resources through HP Total Care.
4.60 days of complimentary live updates to Symantec Norton Internet Security 2010, which has been optimized for your PC.
Personally, we’re still hesitant, but it’s been years now… forgive and forget, right?