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HP Pavilion G70-250US 17.0-Inch Laptop

HP Pavilion G70-250US Eliminate the black bars that appear when you’re watching DVD movies or HDTV content when you view them on the HP Pavilion G70-250us notebook PC, which has a 17-inch screen. Pared down to the essentials, HP’s G60 series is defined by minimalist lines. High-gloss reflective top cover and palm rest area surfaces contrast cleanly with matte surface everywhere else, and the streamlined look is enhanced with a color-matched keyboard and touchpad.

Chat face to face, or take pictures and video clips with the webcam and integrated digital microphone. Play games and enhance multimedia with the Intel GMA 4500M with up to 1309 MB of total available graphics memory. And enjoy movies or music in seconds with the external DVD or music buttons to launch HP QuickPlay (which bypasses the boot process).

HP Pavilion G70-250US 17.0-Inch Laptop Key Features

  • 2.0 GHz Intel Pentium T4200 Dual-Core Processor
  • 3 GB RAM (4 GB max)
  • 320 GB Hard Drive, LightScribe Dual-layer DVD Drive
  • Windows Vista Home Premium (32-bit, SP1)
  • 17-inch display, Intel GMA 4500M Graphics

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6 Responses to HP Pavilion G70-250US 17.0-Inch Laptop

  1. C. Nirmal on September 28, 2009 at 8:16 am

    I am just writing this review because the price is shown as $99,999. This seems to a system problem.

    The laptop needs to be made from pure gold for this price.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. S. Mantha on September 28, 2009 at 8:17 am

    Worked well for a month and then the USB ports stopped working, followed by a dead webcam. Keyboard area is made of cheap plastic and not sure how long that will last.

    Spent hours with HP tech support but so far no luck. Reco is to wipe out and re-install the OS & software. I may have to spend a lot of time with no guarantee if the problems will be fixed. SUX!!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. Jeff S. Connell on September 28, 2009 at 10:14 am

    I had a similar problem with one of the other reviewers here. HP would not service my laptop due to “customer related damage” which it was obviously not. There is a reason they are dead last in all customer service polls. God forbid if you need actually service. Between dealing with people in India, which most barely speak English, and zero warranty support, take your money elsewhere. HP is the worst service experience I have ever had.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. W. Bills on September 28, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    I bought this computer in April 2009 from Staples. It worked fine until about a month ago. I turned it on & there were a few dead (black) pixels across the bottom. Every time I turn it on there are more dead pixels — now the longest stretch of dead ones is over 8″ long with 4-6 more rows of dead pixels that are 4″ long.

    I spent a long time chatting with “customer service” (there’s an oxymoron….). They want me to ship it back to them for “service”. I said, “No — I did not pay for a refurbished computer. I bought a NEW computer.” After reading these dismal reviews on Amazon (for which I am very grateful) I realize that working with HP is a hopeless venture.

    They have told me that it has been escalated to a manger who will call me back within 48 hours. I’ve read time & again online that others have been given that song & dance & have never been called.

    We had also just bought two other HP’s over the summer along three HP printers. If they don’t make it right, i.e., replace this with a brand new computer (since that’s what I paid for!) I will never, ever buy another HP product & I will make certain that everyone I know hears of my experience with HP “quality”.

    It just seems to me that once a company outsources, their customer service goes down the toilet. We are dealing with persons who are reading off of a script & who cannot “think”. Very frustrating for the consumer!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. an appreciative reader on September 28, 2009 at 2:56 pm

    I have had nothing but problems getting service for my HP. I get different answers from different people who can’t understand me.

    If you run into a problem, they stink at trying to help. The extra money for a different company is sure to be worth the sloppy job they do on their computers. A mother board they replaced has a problem six months later and they want me to pay them to diagnose the problem that I already have identified. They want me to buy a new motherboard because its “out of warranty.” ?? Too much money to not stand by your product.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  6. Canister Set · on November 4, 2010 at 9:21 am

    refurbished computers might be based from an old technology but you can buy them in bargain prices “

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