Hewlett-Packard G62T Notebook

HP launches quietly a new laptop – G62t with a 15.6-inch 1366×768 LED-backlit display and Intel Core i3 processor  (upgradable to i5 or i7).

The 15.6-inch laptop (16:9 display aspect ratio) offers  matte surface that minimizes fingerprints, up to 500GB 7200RPM SATA Hard Drive,  up to 8GB of DDR3 memory, integrated HD graphics( no upgradable option), 8X DVD-RW burner or Blu-ray drive, 5-in-1 card reader, HDMI port, built-in Altec Lansing speakers and 6 Cell Lithium Ion Battery with starting price of $700

HP G62T

Hewlett-Packard G62T Notebook

Specs:

Ports 3 USB 2.0, 1 Headphone Out, Microphone In, RJ-11 (Optional)
Additional Ports VGA, RJ-45, HDMI (Optional)
Hard Drive Protection N/A
Audio Altec Lansing stereo speakers
ENERGY STAR Qualified Yes
Adapter 65W AC
Dimensions 14.72″(W)x 9.70″(D)x 1.25″(min H)/1.44″(max H)
Thinness 1.25″
Weight 5.5 Ibs
Network Card Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)
PC Card Slot N/A
Webcam Optional
Security SW Norton Internet Security 60-day subscription
Multimedia and Entertainment Cyberlink Youcam,HP Games by WildTangent
Warranty 1-year limited hardware support
Support 30-Days Free Limited Software, 1-year limited hardware


Source:
HP

Related posts

Intel talks about new chips, Ivy Bridge-E

Intel has shed some light on its upcoming CPU release plans including the new Ivy Bridge-E processors and cheaper Haswell models. According to the company all these chips will arrive in Q3 2013. The first representatives of the Ivy Bridge-E family – the Core i7-4960X (six...

First benchmark results of the GTX 1080M

First benchmark results of the GTX 1080M

Mobile gamers eagerly expect the launch of the first mobile GPUs and more precisely the GeForce GTX 1080M graphics card. But how much performance will they get? It turns out that NVIDIA will not disappoint gamers on the go once again. According to the first benchmark results of the GTX 1080M...

Intel preps new SSDs

A slide, which seems to belong to Intel Corporation, has been leaked online by a Chinese web site. If the information is correct then the US company is currently working on a number of new solid-state drives that will soon hit the market. Most models will be based on MLC...

Leave a comment