February 10, 2011 by USA Post
HP 6910P, HP Notebook latter cases, the thin and light Compaq 6910p, seems poised to attract corporate users away from their ThinkPads. It offers many of the same features as the Lenovo ThinkPad T61, including the latest Intel Centrino Duo platform, the enterprise-level security via a Trusted Platform Module and optional WWAN – at a much lower price. The Compaq 6910p and 1850 also limits the same configuration Dell Latitude D630 and nearly 100, making it a good choice for business users who need the latest features business travel at an affordable price.
Price as reviewed / starting price and 1,850 / $ 1,199
2.0GHz Intel Core 2 Duo T7300
2 GB of 667 MHz
Hard Drive 120 GB 5400 rpm
Graphics 128 MB ATI Mobility Radeon X2300
Intel 965GM Express Chipset Mobile
OS Windows Vista Business
Dimensions inches 13×9.5×1.4
Screen size (diagonal) 14.1 inches
System Weight Weight with AC adapter 5.1/6.2 pounds
Thin and light category
The HP Compaq 6910p features the square shape and moderate gray and black colors found throughout the line of HP business laptop. The screen hinges solid construction probably appeal to computer buyers who want their laptops to last over the long term. Its dimensions are fairly typical for a thin and light laptop and virtually identical to those of the Dell Latitude D630. The Compaq 6910p weight of 5.1 books is in the middle of the range of thin and light category, making it a highly mobile machine on its own. Unfortunately, its 1.1-pound AC adapter brings the total weight to a level, which, while continuing to manage, is far from ideal for frequent travel.
The roomy keyboard on the HP Compaq 6910p, but not full size, you can book on lengthy documents without cramping your fingers. For navigation, HP offers both a pointing stick and a touchpad, each with its own comfort, the mouse buttons, rubber. To the bottom right of the keyboard, there is a small fingerprint reader, which saves you from having to remember your Windows and Web passwords. Above the keyboard is a row of buttons that lean should be familiar to anyone familiar with HP Pavilion laptops. In addition to a mute button and volume control, there are buttons to launch HP’s configuration tools, turn the wireless radio on and off, and adjust display settings for presentations. Although similar controls lean on Pavilion models make an annoying beep that must be manually switched off, the buttons on the HP Compaq 6910p is perfectly silent.
The thoughtful design extends to 14.1 inches widescreen laptop, you can customize with either HP BrightView glossy finish or an antiglare finish. While the BrightView promises to make colors pop, it is also prone to distracting reflections; arrival antireflection (including our review unit had) makes it easier to work on spreadsheets and documents for long periods of time without straining your eyes. With a native resolution of 1280 x 800, text and icons looked crisp without being too small, and the video looked sharp,
Having a manageable size of 14.1 inches and weighing 2.3 kg, the HP Compaq 6910p is an expert mobile office made by the U.S. producer Hewlett-Packard laptop. Aspects particularly important for sales agents are numerous communication modules provided, for example, Bluetooth, WLAN standard n, Gigabit Ethernet, and integrated UMTS.
What can you expect from an “office-to-go laptop, ie, a mobile laptop like the HP 6910p?
Is a matter that is sufficiently robust to handle harsh on the movement, user-friendly input devices, which allow you to work several hours without external input devices, and particularly many interfaces for use in travel important?
Of course, also the display must be bright enough to allow for outdoor use. Not to mention an extended battery, which can work without being connected to a power source for an extended period.
If these are your requirements for HP Compaq 6910p might be your preferred choice. The following article deals with the details.
The case is well known chassis used Compaq, which is also used for other models of the Compaq Business. The black case with gray-blue reflecting elements is designed for businessmen. In collaboration with key part blue prints and blue track point of the overall design looks good.
But HP has not only care about looks, but also the haptic. The plastic tray and composite materials of palm rest areas, and of course the cover of magnesium score points because of their surface texture, which emphasize the high quality printing of the case.
The latter criterion, the manipulation with the computer also checks the robust and stables this notebook. The base unit and the screen are almost insensitive to applied forces. In addition, the Compaq 6910p handles being taken on the edges with ease. We hardly heard any crackling in our tests.
The two hinges of the screen support any position of the 14.1-inch display with ease. Except for a small scale, they allow precise control of the opening angle.
The transport hook, a double hook in the display of the laptop, also works with precision. It ensures the display if it is closed. However, the release mechanism on the front edge of the screen is not easy to use. Sometimes, using nails hopefully not too long is necessary.
As a solution for mobile office of the Compaq 6910p offers a number of ports, which are distributed on the flanks of the notebook. The most important is perhaps the docking port on the low side of the base unit. It can quickly and easily integrate the laptop in an office environment exist. If asked, you can quickly install and remove the notebook without having to plug and unplug all cables – which is ideal. Of course, you’ll also need a solution compatible docking, while HP offers a number of models.
Because of an option host is available, it is sufficient that the Compaq 6910p provides only the most important ports directly to the case. On the left side there are two USB 2.0 ports, a FireWire port, and jacks for headphones and microphone. The location of the two audio ports on the left side is so useful, because a position at the front would soon be awkward if you work with the laptop on top of your tower.
At the edge of the HP 6910p, there are stereo speakers and the middle player SD card. This may, for example, be used as additional security feature, but we will cover this aspect later.
Immediately behind the optical drive on the right side, there is another USB port, a LAN and a modem port.
The rear is occupied by a Kensington lock, VGA and S-Video output. The power connector is also on the back of the box. In addition, the order of ports is very handy for mobile use. The two USB ports on the left side are more suitable for righties, because the DVD drive on the right side labor law guarantees the free space of the laptop.
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