All About Hp Pavilion
The Hewlett Packard Company was found in a Palo Alto garage by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard, the two classmates from Standford University in 1939. Originally the company was involved in manufacturing a wide range of electronic products for industry and even agriculture, but from 1940s to 1990s it spun-off its operations focusing on making signal generators, voltmeters, oscilloscopes, counters, and other test equipment. In 1995, Hewlett-Packard introduced a line of personal computers known as HP Pavilion (applied to both desktops and laptops product range). It is unusual because most manufacturers treat their desktop and laptop products as separate product lines.
The Pavilion comes with a CD-RW drive and a DVD drive. The drives have automatic doors that open and close when you push a button on the hardware box. Their operation is very smooth although the doors consist of flimsy plastic bits. The keyboard is a bit smaller than others but functional. The mouse has two buttons and a scroll wheel, and it is fairly generic. Windows is preloaded on the computer and consumers get a Wordperfect, for word processing which claims to be compatible with MS Word. There is some additional software from HP to manage photos. This is a great machine which is fast and handles programs well and is really a great experience, especially considering the price.
HP Pavilion has all the features as in any desktop and is the perfect choice for daily needs. Configuring dedicated graphics card, loading multiple web pages and streaming video, all without slowing the hard drive. And yes, it gives the great convenience of wireless mobility and Imprint finish for style and durability. The innovative design enables consumers to enjoy the best entertainment and productivity experience. The hp pavilion notebooks are available in the following series. They are dv8000 series, dv5000 series, dv2000 series and dv1000t.
Processor: Intel Pentium M Processor 740A
Operating System: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
Display: 14.0" WXGA High-Definition BrightView Widescreen (1280 x 768) Display
Memory: 1024MB 333MHz DDR System Memory (2 x 512MB) Max Supported 2048MB
Hard Drive: 80GB 4200 Hard Drive
Multimedia Drive: DVD±R/RW and CD-RW Combo Drive with Double Layer Support
Video Graphics : Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900- up to (128mb shared)
Network Card: Integrated 10/100BASE-T Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 connector)
Sound : Altec Lansing
Keyboard: 101-key compatible & 2 Quick Launch Buttons
Pointing device: Touch Pad with On/Off button and dedicated vertical Scroll Up/Down,QuickPlay Music and DVD buttons
Multimedia: Sonic Digital Media Studio, InterVideo WinDVD Player, InterVideo Home Theater, HP Quick Play, Muvee AutoProducer DVD Edition with Burning, Microsoft Windows Media Player, Image Zone Plus photo and imaging software, Apple iTunes Music Store.