HP launches Pavilion 2000 budget notebook
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HP is no stranger to the budget-friendly notebook lineup. The company’s latest offering comes in the form of the Pavilion 2000 and is now available in certain online retailers.
The 15.6-inch notebook comes with a 2.13GHz Intel Pentium P6200, 3GB DDR3 RAM, a 1366x768 resolution LED screen, 320GB HDD, integrated Intel HD graphics, DVD burner and runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. Connectivity options include the usual 3x USB 2.0, VGA-out, 802.11n, Bluetooth and multi-card reader. For everyday word processing or browsing tasks, the specs listed should be sufficient enough for the user. Overall, expect the 5.5 pound (2.49kg) notebook to last 4.5 hours on a single charge.
The notebook is actually quite similar to the HP 630 that launched back in May, but lacks an extra 1GB of RAM and an HDMI port.
The Pavilion 2000 is now available online for $399 after rebates.