|Screen Size||13.3 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1366x768 pixels|
|Processor||1.6 GHz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||4 GB DDR3 SDRAM|
|Hard Drive||128 GB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 3000|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||9 hours|
HP Folio 13-2000 13-Inch LED Ultrabook - Core i5 i5-2467M 4G RAM 128G SSD Windows 7 Professional
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- Intel Core i5-2467M processor 1.60GHz, 3MB L3 Cache
- 4GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory; 128GB solid state drive
- 13.3" HD BrightView LED-backlit display; HP TrueVision HD webcam
- Bluetooth; Dolby Advanced Audio; 6-cell lithium-ion battery, up to 9 hours battery life
- 1 x USB 3.0 port, 1 x USB 2.0 port, 1 x headphone-out / microphone-in combo port, 1 x RJ-45 Ethernet port, 1 x HDMI port
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At the time of this writing, Intel had recently announced that they would be beginning their "Ultrabook" laptop initiative to place systems on the market that would compete with Apple's thinner Macbook Air series. As a disclaimer, my years of experience with computer systems have been spent in a Windows environment, so this review will focus strictly on the HP Folio rather act as a side-by-side comparison with Apple's Macbook Air products.
In the original box and packaging, the Folio is held in place by two pieces of foam on each side, with space between the Folio and the cardboard box, which I suppose is a good thing in the event it were to come into contact with some blunt force. Aside from the Folio itself, a power adapter and packet of papers are included in the box.
Upon physical inspection, the Folio is very solid to the touch. Unlike my previous Asus netbook, the laptop casing is not flimsy at all and very resistant to bending. As shown on the Specifications page for the Folio on HP's website, the Ultrabook measures 8.67 inches in width, 12.54 inches in length, and 0.7 inches in depth. Needless to say, the Folio is extremely thin. On top of that, its weight at 3.3 pounds is noteworthy. The left side has the RJ-45 (Ethernet), HDMI, USB 3.0, and SD memory card ports; while the right has a USB 2.0 port and headphone jack.Read more ›
1. Windows 7 Professional. It's not Windows 7 Home or Windows 8 (which is horrible to run software or do usual business tasks). I was actually thinking of getting a MacBook Air but need to install Windows 7 Pro and Parallels into a Macbook Air that would set me $360.00 back.
2. It is superfast, boots up and shuts down super quick just like your smart phone (iPhone, Andriod or Blackberry). I hate laptops that that forever to boot up or shut down. Finally an Ultrabook that boots up like a Smartphone or iPad.
3. It has SSD instead of HD. I hate hard drives because it is noisy and breaks down. SSD is the way to go. Macbook Airs are all SSD.
4. Superlight. I hate heavy and bulky laptops.
5. Superlong lasting battery. The battery goes for 7++ hours!
6. Responsive mousepad and keypad. No need for external mouse. Some ultrabooks like Samsung and Acer has this problem.
7. Great Price. For $699.00 for a brand new Ultrabook, that is a $400.00 lower than a comparable MacBook Air 13 inch ($1,099.00).
8. This is an excellent Business Class laptop and even my old software such as Microsoft Office XP, works like a charm, no issues.
9. Wifi connection is easy and no problems. Some Samsung and Acer Ultrabooks has this problems.
10. Webcam works and sound is decent for a laptop this size.
11. Printing and scanning from this Ultrabook is easy.
12. Connecting to the network is a breeze.
13. Connecting to DVD drive/burner is is breeze, no issues.
14. It doesn't get hot or warm.
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The problem that we encountered was the additional HP installed software provided for customer support seems to have conflicts with the Windows 7 operating system. The result is a repeated blue screen and a system dump. The problem only worsened when we had to engage HP customer support (located in the Philippines). The agents were friendly but unlike Dell they did not really understand the configuration of the PC (e.g. Dell service tag) and as of this writing have not resolved the PC issues. After four sessions of trying to work with HP technical support and 12 hours of wasted time, I am beginning to lose interest in HP products. Their resolution finally was to send me a pre-paid box to return the PC to their repair service center with a promise that I would have it back in a week. Poor consolation for the amount of trouble that the HP product support has caused and a very weak comparison to the Dell support that we have received over the years.
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This computer came through with no drivers installed, receipts, or packing slips. Would have been screwed had I not had an IT person in the family!Published 15 months ago by Francis Brough
I have never had such an awful experience with an online purchase. I bought this computer about a month ago and about a week after receiving it I opened the laptop and a black... Read morePublished on November 1, 2013 by Franny Brogan
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It's light, thin, quick to startup, snappy performance in use. It would be nice if it had a VGA out, and I add a wireless mouse since I'm not crazy about touchpads, that's about... Read morePublished on May 17, 2013 by Joseph Matuscak
I love everything about this laptop except for the fan noise that many previous people have mentioned. Read morePublished on March 10, 2013 by binhta
A fantastic deal for the price - not the thinnest or lightest, but PLENTY thin and light, and great build quality, particularly the keyboard. Very pleased.Published on February 27, 2013 by Paul Cassell
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