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Date First Available
June 24, 2012
Warranty & Support
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Share videos and slideshows easily with the affordable HP 2000-2a10NR Notebook PC, which has an HDMI port that lets you connect to an HD TV. With all the essentials at a price that's just right, this HP laptop is an everyday notebook for everyone. Video chat over the Internet, capture short videos and take still photos using the integrated webcam and microphone. Plus, watch your favorite videos on the 15.6-inch diagonal high-definition LED-backlit display. The HP Imprint finish in black licorice looks great and shows off your sense of style. Built-in Wi-Fi lets you print and do more without using cables. Back up your photos and videos easily, too. Simply burn files onto DVDs using the HP 2000-2a10NR Notebook PC. Transfer photos from a memory card effortlessly using the digital media reader and store thousands of photos right on the hard drive. Also, enjoy online games in crisp detail using integrated AMD video graphics. Plus, get easy productivity with a full-size keyboard and touchpad with multi-gesture support. At 5.39 lbs, this HP laptop weighs just a little more than a ream of paper.
From the Manufacturer
Enjoy videos and music in crisp, full sound with the HP 2000-2a10NR Notebook PC. The affordable price and classic style make this laptop a great choice for students and for your whole family. Use it for everyday tasks like e-mail, web browsing and video chatting. With HDMI support, easily connect the HP 2000 to an HDTV to show off your favorite photos and videos.
An everyday notebook for everyone.
Count on the HP 2000-2a10NR Notebook PC for easy web browsing, e-mail, and video chat. Play games and watch movies on the brilliant display, too. This laptop also has an HDMI port, so you can share videos on an HDTV.
This Product Has
A faster, easier, and more organized Windows, only from HP
Keep running smoothly with automated help right on your PC
Find key Windows Live and HP Recommended apps grouped together on the task bar and a box to customize with your own
Large Full HD display Enjoy ultra-sharp 1080p video on a wide screen
Built-in Blu-ray player Enjoy razor-sharp playback of Blu-ray discs
Intel WiDi ready Wirelessly stream your photos, videos, and other PC content to an HDTV
Dedicated graphics card Plunge into ultra-realistic videos and games powered by discrete graphics
Built-in CD/DVD burner Watch DVD movies, load software and burn videos to media
Built-in memory card slots Transfer photos from your memory cards in seconds
10-key numeric keypad Crunch numbers fast with the separate numeric keypad
Solid state drive Run faster and lower your risk of data loss
HDMI port View photos, videos and files stored on your PC on your HDTV
15.6" diagonal HD BrightView LED-backlit display (1366 x 768)
4GB installed memory
AMD E1-1200 Accelerated Processor
6-cell 47WHr lithium-ion battery (up to 5 hrs, 30 mins of battery life)
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Weight and dimensions
5.39 lbs, 14.80"L x 9.72"W x 1.20"–1.41"H
HP Imprint finish in black licorice
AMD Radeon HD 7310 Discrete-Class Graphics with up to 384MB total graphics memory
SuperMulti DVD burner
1-year limited hardware warranty with toll-free support
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Everyday essentials Get the features you need for an affordable price
HD display Enjoy full-screen views of HD video
60 days Norton Internet Security Get peace of mind, right out of the box
Webcam Capture video or chat over the Internet
High-speed Wi-Fi Stay connected at home, at the office and on the go
HP Imprint finish Make an impression with stylish HP Imprint
HP Support Assistant Keep your PC running smoothly
HP MyRoom IM, chat, send files or share them in a room, easily
Like I've said this is the first actual laptop I've ever owned just for me! Of course I've used a few in my day but this one's all mine. Now I will quickly go into pros and cons and then sum it up with what I thought overall from the 3 or so days I've owned it.
PROS** ~Decent speed for surfing the internet and overall meets my needs ~Quick for downloading things (I haven't tried very huge files yet) ~Attractive laptop that looks more expensive than it was ~Plays movies with no fuss ~Easy set up ~Beautiful screen that's pleasant to look at when surfing and wonderful to experience while watching a movie in WMP. Ex: I was watching Spider-Man 3 yesterday and things look excellent. ~Youcam is simple AND addictive to use. ~Can use Skype (haven't yet but will when my aunt wants to) ~For you music heads like me the laptop has play/stop, skip forward, skip back, volume up, volume down and mute buttons so you don't need to go into iTunes or Spotify to adjust things. ~Comes with 2 months worth of Norton Anti-virus program free of charge (after it expires you can register with them for a price). Some say this is far from the best Anti-virus program though so maybe it's a con and when you get the computer you can uninstall it.
CONS** -Strong glare on screen from certain angles when there is any amount of light coming in through the window -The computer itself is a smudge-magnet. Fingerprints abound. -While the computer is pretty fast there are occasions when the loading isn't as fast as you think it should be -The max sound when watching movies/listening to music is slightly inadequate and you will require speakers to get a better volume.Read more ›
Sure there are better laptops out there, but not at this price. I'm your average laptop user and was looking for a product that is both reliable without a lot of "bells and whistles", HP offers this and more. Only down side is the high gloss case. While the case is beautiful, it is a finger print magnet. Aside from that, which is really no big deal, I highly recommend this to anyone who is looking for quality from a reputable manufacturer without breaking the bank.
Well knowing all the specs on this laptop i decide to buy it!! Surprise even when has a small processor is very fast, and the video is stunning!! Can reproduce a video from a MKV File at 1080p smoothly via HDMI in a 42" LED TV!! Has a 5+ hours battery that enhance time without energy connected!!
Pros: Almost every thing.
Cons: Medium Hard Drive and Glossy housing. This is a fingerprint magnet. Cpu is dual-core but sometimes barely speed like mono-core!
However i will buy another one for a family gift!!
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I bought this for myself and I really enjoy this computer. I have not had any issues with it and it was a great price. If you want/need a computer and don't want to spend too much money, I would suggest this product.
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After much deliberation, I finally decided which laptop to buy, and this HP was a great choice, as soon as i turned it on it connected to the internet which was fantastic! I didn't like that Norton was already installed though, I found it a bit annoying and deleted it and installed ESET virus protection instead. Windows 7 is so cool :-) I love it! The laptop is sturdy and everything it said it would be, and pretty!
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