Tuesday, February 10, 2009

review of HP Pavilion3510nr

The HP Pavilion dv3510nr is one of the first two Best Buy Blue Label laptops. Blue Label is a new program where Best Buy takes input from its customers and then works with its vendors--in this case, HP--to create a laptop that serves up the features its customers want most. I always wanted longer battery life, a thin and lightweight design, but with a roomy screen, and a backlit keyboard--all backed with "superior" support. The HP Pavilion dv3510nr hits on all of these points, and it looks good doing it. Pavilion dv3510nr has listen not only mine but for all the customers. This $1,099 laptop is packed with bells and whistles but remains highly portable with its sub-five-pound weight and 13.3-inch display.

This outstanding feature set includes Centrino 2 platform, backlit keyboard and media control keys, fingerprint reader. The remote control of the laptop is very effective, and HDMI and eSATA ports are really great; great application performance and fair 3D performance.

This laptop is highly portable but still makes room for full-size keyboard; great battery life without needed bulky, extended-cell unit; LED-backlit display is crisp and bright and incredibly thin. Apart from that it has two-year warranty. But till now I didn’t face any sort of problem with this laptop.
The bad thing that I could notice in this laptop is that there is mo FireWire and it has glossy touchpad which is not providing best feel.I have reviewed my laptop.
Over all I liked this laptop too much and will highly recommend it for you

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