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HP Pavilion dv 1658

The HP Pavilion dv1658 is a laptop by HP released in 2006 with optional webcam and microphone and speakers by Altec Lansing or Harman Kardon. The recommended operating system for this laptop is Windows XP. The CPU is an Intel Centrino Pentium M family single core processor with virtualization. The RAM starting capacity is 512MB with possibility to upgrade to 2 GB. This Pavilion is part of the DV 1000 Series.

DV1000 Series

The HP Pavilion dv1000 series, equivalent to the Compaq Presario ze2000 and v2000 series are "thin and light" 14.1" widescreen laptops manufactured by Quanta and mass-produced under the HP name. There were several different models and revisions of the motherboard which include Intel single core, dual core, AMD, SATA and IDE hard drive models.

A common issue with some models of this series is a failure of the battery charging/internal power system in which the notebook will not detect DC power when plugged in.[1]

The hp dv1000 was marketed towards home and small business users. A notable feature included was "quickplay", the ability to boot into a dedicated environment for multimedia use.[2]

General

  • Width 13.1 in
  • Depth 1.2 in
  • Height 9.0 in
  • Weight 5.26┬álbs

Processors

  • Intel Pentium M and Celeron M Dothan and Banias (855 and 910 chipsets)
  • Intel Pentium dual core, Core Duo (later models with 945 chipset)
  • AMD Athlon x2

HP Pavilions

HP Pavilion (computer) are PCs produced by HP since 1995.[3]

References

  1. ^ http://getsatisfaction.com/hp/topics/hp_pavilion_dv1000_should_be_recalled_wont_somebody_help_us
  2. ^ http://h71016.www7.hp.com/html/interactive/dv1000_tour/index.html
  3. ^ http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/abouthp/histnfacts/timeline/hist_90s.html
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