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Pros: Good price & features.
Cons: Dead on arrival. Does not boot.
Other Thoughts: I'll try a replace. Have my fingers crossed.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very fast dual-core CPU and the best integrated GPU on market, full-featured with all types of connector, excellent screen, smooth build, keyboard & touchpad and buttons, light-weight for a full 14", runs virtual machines with perfectly hardware virtualization (after enable "virtualization" in BIOS), competent battery life, comes with Windows 7 Professional, max memory extensible to 8GB.
Cons: I wish they make "taller" screen instead of 1366x768. The laptop could've been made thinner (though 1.3" is pretty good for one with a DVD/RW).
Other Thoughts: This is an excellent laptop. All components are top notch. I've owned an IBM and an MSI and an Apple and other HP's before. I have to say this is the best deal I have had. It does everything fast, and it's full featured. It has beautiful and non-glossy non-reflecting screen.
When on battery and with power saving, the dual-core Phenom will top at ~1.8GHz and can run for up to 5 hours (depending on usage). When plugged in it runs at 2.8GHz and is blazing fast for all the mobile workloads that I have. The integrated GPU is much better than average and accelerates graphics very well. The build is great (and much better than HP's consumer lines). I love it!