HP Refurbished Laptops Are They O.k.?
They are, if you trust in HP products. The main idea is that any refurbished laptop is reliable or ok, since it is delivered by a factory or a certain provider, the tragedy starts with the transport. If they are not handled carefully, all laptops in this world no matter the brand, will suffer damage.
I visited a couple of forums, searching for opinions regarding HP refurbished laptops and it seems that most of the people using them are satisfied. One user affirmed that he prefers to buy a refurbished HP from the official outlet, rather than gathering money for a new one, another one stated that she bought a refurbished laptop for her little sister, in order to learn how to use it and finally the last admitted ironically that HP is better than any other attempt, because the brand has a long tradition in designing computers.
All in all, there are different reasons counting in one's decision of buying a refurbished item. If you are sure that you want a HP, let's see some examples on refurbishedhpplaptops.net, a site focused on HP refurbished laptops.
The bargain of the week includes HP Pavilion dm1-302us ($400) designed for entertainment thanks to its AMD dual-core E-350 processor and 320 hard drive; HP 6910P ($250) with an Intel Core 2 T7250 processor, 2GB RAM, 120GB hard drive and Windows XP Professional; business HP Compaq nc6400 ($240) with an Intel Centrino duo processor, 1GB DDR2, 60GB HDD and Windows XP Home or the ultimate HP Pavilion dv7-6175us ($830) with a second-generation of Intel Core i5-2410M processor, 6GB DDR3, 750GB hard drive, up to 10h of battery and Windows 7 Home Premium.
Other refurbished HP laptops, that might interest you, are the following: HP EliteBook 8460p ($600) with an Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB RAM and 320GB hard drive and HP 3105M E-350 ($600) with 2GB RAM and 250GB hard drive capacity.
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