1) who are looking forward to remove their batteries and just plug it in and run.
the batteries are non removable.. although there is settings to lock the battery charge at 60 percent and then it will run directly on AC current, Is not a problem for me.
2) are looking forward for lan gaming and lot of typing...
the keyboard is very delicate.. i feel the keys are too good but they need to be taken care of..
There are shortcuts for everything , the navigation keys are same as a standard keyboard unlike nowadays where they shrink stuff, overall it does the job for me.
3) the display is great and viewing angles are good.. but i can see the pixels.. maybe i'm accustomed to 1080p monitors .. but anyway i wont complain.. overall its great.
4) The lid .. overall the whole laptop outer shell is a fingerprint magnet... it catches fingerprints easily and needs wiping now and then. Not a issue for me given that the internal gunmetal shade and looks steal the show.
1. Only one 3.0 USB port and 2.0 USB
2. Speakers in the bottom
3. No back lit keyboard.
Thanks for your valuable time...just last ques. Take a look at these two final choices of mine.z500 has backup of 2 hr some ppl are saying on there complain site.also it has no click mouse pad.pls choose 1 and i wil buy tomorow..z500 has 740m 1gb..whike this one has 7670 ati 2gb.
For a single 1080p monitor, you do not need more than 1GB of memory on your video card. There are only a couple of games that could potentially use more than 1GB at 1080p (Crysis 2, Metro 2033, Grand Theft Auto IV), but those games aside from possibly Grand Theft Auto IV will be bottlenecked by the speed of any given GPU before the amount of RAM becomes an issue. These games would only run over 1GB when run on maximum settings, with very high Anti-Aliasing. In the case of Crysis and Metro, there is no single GPU that can do that. GTA IV is just so poorly coded that it requires something like 1.4GB of video RAM in order to run maxed out.
For now 1GB is enough, only go for 2GB if you plan on gaming across multiple monitors, or you intend to keep your card for a very long time, in which case 2GB might be a little more "futureproof", though by the time games routinely start using more than 1GB at 1080p, most current cards would probably be obsolete.
Reasons why you should go for Nvidia 740M
Higher memory bandwidth 28.8 GB/s vs 14.4 GB/s 2x higher memory bandwidth
Better 3DMark06 score 1,873 vs 1,107.5 Around 70% better 3DMark06 score
Better 3DMark vantage graphics score 5,599 vs 3,384.5 More than 65% better 3DMark vantage graphics score
Slightly higher clock speed 810 MHz vs 775 MHz Around 5% higher clock speed
More render output processors 16 vs 8 Twice as many render output processors
Higher texture rate 25.9 GTexel/s vs 18.6 GTexel/s Around 40% higher texture rate
Wider memory bus 128 bit vs 64 bit 2x wider memory bus
Slightly more texture mapping units 32 vs 24 8 more texture mapping units
Slightly higher BioShock infinite framerate9.2 fps vs 5.49 fps Around 70% higher BioShock infinite framerate
I think due to some reasons you really like that HP pavillion if you do so just get it, There's no much difference
Thanks this is realy nice work u guys r doing...
I choose hp
Becoz i am inclined more towards ofice work than gaming..so i need batry backup and display..lenovo is gud too and better for gaming...hp is giving gud offer than dell...else i have chosen del 15r 5521..gud bye