HP Pavilion 17.3" AMD Quad-Core Laptops

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HP Pavilion 17.3" AMD Quad-Core Laptops
Price: $379.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Friday, Sep 05 to Wednesday, Sep 10) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Time to learn all about the processor and check out the specs

Memory Support: DDR3-1600

Wikipedia: List of AMD accelerated processing unit microprocessors

I have an HP laptop from a few years ago that has a real problem with overheating (which is why I am in the market for a new laptop). From what I read, that was a common with the HP’s of that time as the fan and vent areas were poorly designed. Does this particular model have similar problems or have they resolved that?

Note, the previous laptop had an A4 processor.

How does this compare to today’s Computer Woot if i’m looking for a laptop with gaming capability?

Does anyone know the model number?

I just bought the same A84500m unit. It was delivered quickly. The unit is much better than I thought. No touch screen. My wife’s desk top has touch screen that we never use. No visible damage. Appears new. Maybe they are doing away with 17 inch laptops. Somehow my browser had smarterpower add-on. This will start popups that are hard to get clear. Google smarterpower to easily remove. Laptop is fast and cool to the touch in operation. Not as heavy as I thought, battery life just ok. Very pleased for under $400. Would recommend. Joe

Would like to connect this to my HDTV (often). I see it has an HDMI port; anyone know if it will work to connect it to a 1080p TV (at 1080p res), or will it give me trouble?