|Screen Size||14 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080|
|Processor||2.1 GHz Intel Core i7|
|RAM||16 GB SO-DIMM DDR3|
|Hard Drive||240 GB flash_memory_solid_state|
|Wireless Type||802.11 a/b/g/n|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
HP ZBook 14 14" LED Mobile Workstation - Intel Core i7 i7-4600U Dual-core (2 Core) 2.10 GHz - Graphite F2R99UT#ABA
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However, as much as I love this thing, Houston, we had some problems (at first). Although the unit came from a vendor here in the US, it was, of course, shipped from China. This model, although a really recent HP offering, shipped with Windows 7 installed (specially "downgraded" from what should have been Windows 8. That was one of the selling points for me, as I was just now upgrading from my reliable old HP Windows XP laptop. I think everyone probably understands why! I figured it would be a much easier transition from XP to Windows 7 than straight to Windows 8.
The problem was that all the great hardware in this marvelous little laptop was apparently manufactured to run optimally on Windows 8. But some guys at the factory managed to get Windows 7 installed on it, obviously via a little "black magic". But the unit didn't ship with Windows 7 recovery/repair/installations disks, it instead shipped with Windows 8 disks, I guess in preparation for me to eventually upgrade my machine to Microsoft's latest OS.
Well, on my third day of proud ownership, I got a screen that said, "Windows failed to start". The only option I could get to was one that allowed me to restore the machine's OS back to it's factory settings (and, of course, wipe-clean any data that was on it).Read more ›
Lightweight, fast startup & processing, solid state
-arrived with defective battery, took a while to figure out what was causing hard crashes
-crashes regularly while in sleep mode still haven't figured out why...
-takes much longer than my old lenovo ideapad to connect to internet (wifi or LAN) after sleep
-randomly will not connect to external monitor via vga cable
-crashes during installation of software that installs fine on my old lenovo
-Unclear if these all problems are related to the fact that this machine was supplied with windows 8 running some sort of windows 7 patch.
This laptop is a huge disappointment considering the high cost. If you decide to return it, company keeps 50% of your $ unless you saved the box it came in and even then 15% restocking fee
if you want to use it with Verizon. The Gobi 5000 that HP sells isn't usable on VZW. Not sure why they sell it, but you
will save yourself a lot of time and headaches if you don't buy that!
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Major issues with the computer, the battery died and was replace. I got a new one that I've had 2 motherboards, multiple wifi adapters and more replaced on it and still can't keep... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Marcus P OMalley
Somehow I would think at this price the notebook would have a few business downloads included. Like Microsoft office ow even quick books. Disappointed.Published 18 months ago by Tammy C. Gardner
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