HP P4 2.6GHz Widescreen Notebook


#1

Welcome to the mini notebook Woot-off item #2 topic for Wednesday November 17, 2004. Please post your questions, experieces, or pricing comments for the Hp 2.6GHz Widescreen notebook here.


#2

Anybody here?


#3

Next Please


#4

BRAVE WOMAN!

8)


#5

Let me just stick this off-topic post in here:
[size=24:e729ff374d]$50 AB-TILT!!![/size:e729ff374d] :lol:


#6

went to site at 11:00 to 11:05 was not able to purchase. Please explain


#7

newbie wooter still here :smiley:


#8

good luck.


#9

wow, its really slow today :frowning:


#10

first page?


#11

slow because no one expected this.


#12

repost:

another suggestion to print or save the detail page for any item you buy for peace of mind on what you got.

[quote user=“Snapster”]well obviously that didn’t last as long as I wanted to… not enough inventory on each to do this as slow paced as I’d like

PLEASE SLOW DOWN AND MAKE GOOD BUYING DECISIONS! :o[/quote]


#13
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Today&rsquo;s item quantity: 10<br>Last Order time: 11:22:01 AM CST<br>Woot Member to blame: tweety<br>Order Pace: 0m 30.10s<br>Woot Wage: $119600.13 an hour.

#14

are these all 5400 rpm disks? 7200 rpm makes such a difference that it’s almost not worth it to get anything with a 5400, forget about a 4800.


#15

yes, all 60 and 80gbs I’m told are 5400 rpm.


#16

the 17" widescreen is pretty nice. same size as my lcd for my desktop. crazy.


#17
  • :oops: CRICKETS*

#18

Thing to remember is, these are laptops/notebooks, not desktops or desktop replacements. spining a disk up at 7200RPM is VERY expensive on power, so your battery’s life would be significantly reduced when it’s not running on AC.


#19

Is there someplace I can go, here or elsewhere on the web to see definitions of the various specs? For example, does DVDRW mean I can dupe DVD’s but not CD’s?


#20

[quote user=“Snapster”]repost:

another suggestion to print or save the detail page for any item you buy for peace of mind on what you got.

[quote user=“Snapster”]well obviously that didn’t last as long as I wanted to… not enough inventory on each to do this as slow paced as I’d like

PLEASE SLOW DOWN AND MAKE GOOD BUYING DECISIONS! :o[/quote][/quote]

People are buying these things faster than they can read all of the specs.
Good buying decisions? BAH! They will just complain later that it wasn’t what they were expecting.