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HP Pavilion dv2082ea Entertainment Notebook PC

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A notebook, also known as laptop, is a portable computer. When you are looking for the right notebook, it is important to know where you are going to work with it. Do you want to use it on the road? Choose a model with a special energy-saving \'mobile\' processor, a good battery and a reasonably small display. This will allow you to work longer with the same battery and saves you the trouble of carrying around a large display that consumes a lot of precious battery power. Or will you be using you notebook mainly in places where you will have access to a power outlet? Then choose a desktop processor (more processing power for less money) and an ordinary battery. This will save you a lot of money, which you could then spend on a bigger screen. You\'ll work faster because you can view more information at once and it\'s great for multimedia!
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Reviews
Updated:
2014-08-22
Testseek has collected 75 expert reviews for HP Pavilion dv2082ea Entertainment Notebook PC and the average expert rating is 71 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
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hardwaregeeks.com
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2014-08-22
Winner of Best of Show at the 2009 CES both AMD and HP are proud of the HP Pavilion dv2 and they have plenty of reasons to be proud. The dv2 in my opinion has the best design of any notebook available and for a person who wants the portability and powe...
100%
techgage.com
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2014-08-22
At Techgage, we tend to visit a fair number of trade shows throughout the year, but it's a rare occurrence when I leave a meeting utterly impressed with a product I was just shown. But that was me after our meeting with AMD at January's CES show, afte...
Bottom line As I mentioned on the first page of this article, the first time I saw the dv2 from HP, I was stoked. So stoked, that I vaguely remember trying to steal it from the meeting I was at. Either I don't remember completely because AMD beat me down, or I ha...
95%
about.com
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2014-08-22
Good Dedicated Graphics Capable of Full HD Video, Well Prices, Includes External DVD Burner...
Bad Battery Life Is Much Shorter Than Netbooks and CULV Laptops, Thicker Than Most Netbooks and Ultraportables...
Bottom line Sep 14 2009 - While $600 might seem like a lot for a netbook, the HP Pavilion dv2-1110us provides so much more and bridges the gap between a netbook and a full laptop. Performance is better, particularly in the graphics that can run full HD video. The...
80%
v3.co.uk
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2014-08-22
The thin DV2 range of notebooks is an attempt by HP to create a computer that doesn’t skimp on power but is still light enough to carry around.While it’s not as thin as the Apple Macbook Air, it’s still considerably slimmer than most laptops, and it do...
Good Decent screen; looks great; powerful enough for most home tasks...
Bad Noisy fan; annoyingly shallow keyboard...
Bottom line There’s a premium for the looks but this is still an impressive computer Good points Decent screen; looks great; powerful enough for most home tasks Bad points Noisy fan; annoyingly shallow keyboard...
80%
notebookcheck.net
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2014-08-22
Many have a hard time classifying the HP Pavilion dv2. The reason is primarily the employed AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 processor, which is seen from many as AMDs answer to the success of Intels Atom range. Therefore, it seems obvious to compare it with m...
Good Chic, noble styling, Good connection distribution, Low temperature emissions, Good keyboard, Ultrabright display, Hardware switch for the touchpad and network, Stable chassis...
Bad Noise emission under load, Touchpad needs getting used to, Very careintensive case surface, Merely basic interfaces, Meager supply array, Current high price...
Bottom line The HP Pavilion dv2 with an AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 CPU and ATI X1270 graphic falls exactly into the aimed for gap between netbooks and subnotebooks, in regards to performance and configuration. Slim, chic and target group-orientated, HP presents us a thoro...
79%
computershopper.com
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2014-08-22
The first notebook to employ AMD’s new Athlon Neo MV-40 CPU, the HP Pavilion dv2-1030us is somewhat of a notebook hybrid. Its slender, lightweight chassis and affordable price are common characteristics of today’s netbook systems, but its d...
Good Affordable; stylish thin-and-light form factor; discrete graphics; sizable hard drive...
Bad Loud; no internal optical drive; cramped function keys; weak ultraportable performance...
Bottom line The HP Pavilion dv2 delivers full notebook functionality in an attractive thin-and-light frame, and it’s very affordable. Multimedia buffs will appreciate this system’s dedicated ATI graphics solution, but its overall performance more closely...
71%
absolutegadget.com
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2014-08-22
While the DV2 is a better bet, performance-wise, than an Atom- or Nano- based netbook, for the money you would be able to get a dual-core laptop that would run rings around this. The laptop was sourced from PC World.Rating: 7/10 << Prev - Next Tag it...
70%
Computerpoweruser.com
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2014-08-22
Relatively speaking, HP’s dv2 goes above and beyond what most netbook-like portable PCs offer. It excels at storage (320GB), OS support, and overall good looks, even though it may lack in extended battery power and high-end gaming performance...
70%
pcmag.com
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2014-08-22
The HP Pavilion dv2 (1030-us) is as close to a netbook as youll see with an AMD processor. Though it was made clear that the semiconductor company had no interest in competing in the netbook category, this 12-inch beauty says otherwise. The dv2, wh...
Good Thin form factor. More horsepower than an Intel Atom processor. 4GB of memory. 3D-capable graphics chipset. Very travel friendly. One of the cheapest 12-inch ultraportables. HDMI-Out port.
Bad Parts run really warm. Fan noises are a direct result of the heat. Battery life needs improvement.
Bottom line The HP Pavilion dv2 (1030-us) is a more powerful and louder version of the Dell Inspiron Mini 12, and its aimed at the frugal shopper...
70%
Bit-Tech.net
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2014-08-22
Netbooks have been one of the big crazes (in computing at least) over the past 20 months or so and they were the cause of a massive spike in laptop sales last year. It's amazing to think how far we've come in such a short space of time when you lo...
Bottom line If ever there was a tale of two halves, then the HP Pavilion dv2-1030ea notebook is exactly that. The design, build quality, feature set and application performance are all top notch. Admittedly, there are a few minor complaints with the keyboard, trac...
60%
Laptopmag.com
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2014-08-22
More affordable than a traditional ultraportable notebook and more powerful and stylish than your typical netbook, the HP Pavilion dv2-1030us has a lot to offer for a reasonable $749. This 12.1-inch machine is the first laptop powered by AMD’s new Ath...
Good Good performance for the price, Above-average graphics power, Sleek design, Great display and loud speakers...
Bad Short battery life, Keyboard not full size, Display sits higher than other 12.1-inch notebooks, Runs very warm...
Bottom line In terms of design and performance, the HP Pavilion dv2-1030us represents a step up from most netbooks. Also, the LED display is sharp and the notebook handles high-definition content well both on the screen itself and when output via HDMI. You can eve...
60%
HEXUS.net
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2014-08-22
The second half of 2009 is panning out in such a way that consumer notebooks can be sub-divided into four main categories. The nascent phenomenon that is the netbook - a small, cheap computer, usually powered by Intels Atom chip, shipping with 10...
Bottom line We like the HP Pavilion dv2 a lot. We dislike it a lot, too. Makes sense? The laptop looks absolutely fantastic and has excellent build quality to boot. Its very thin, relatively light, and the dv2-1030ea model ships with a Mobility Radeon HD 3410 5...
57%
Geek.com
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2014-08-22
With all the talk about affordable 12-inch computers lately, it made sense to revisit HP’s dv2. This, as you probably remember, is HP’s not-a-netbook, thanks to the use of AMD processors and discrete graphics. Starting at $579 it’s a compelling option...
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geardiary.com
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2014-08-22
As many of you know, two different MacBook Airs in a row have performed as my main computer for over a year. I can get away with using what others have called an “oversized netbook” because I don’t do a lot of processor-intensive computing beyond ba...
Good Extremely portable; looks great; priced well when compared to other similarly featured laptops; excellent screen size for doing just about everything; 4GB RAM and 320GB hard drive – wow!...
Bad Battery life could be better; the keyboard may seem a bit cramped; the shiny trackpad is a nightmare at first, but it does get easier to use; I wish that the keyboard was backlit; HP really should copy that magnetic power cable Macs use; and seriously...
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techworld.com
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2014-08-22
The HP Pavilion dv2 is the first laptop to use AMD's Athlon Neo processor, delivering reasonable power, in a tiny notebook frame, for a moderate price.Some think that the netbook category will gradually disappear as the division between mini and regul...
Bottom line There’s a promising compact laptop at heart here, with better than netbook performance, a slightly bigger and higher resolution screen, and great keyboard. Sadly it’s let down by very poor battery life, in a laptop that ought to run cooler and longer...
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gearlive.com
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2014-08-22
The HP Pavilion dv2 Entertainment PC aims to fit into the gap between full-featured notebook, and ultra-portable netbook. In fact, depending on your needs, the dv2 could be the best of both worlds. It’s very thin, weighing just under four pounds, and...
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techcrunch.com
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2014-08-22
When HP and AMD pitched the idea of a laptop with price and capabilities between those of netbooks and regular notebooks, I was intrigued. Although many have been seduced by the netbook’s siren song, I’ve always been put off by their micro keyboards an...
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Techreport.com
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2014-08-22
Although netbooks certainly arent for everyone, theres no denying that this new breed of budget ultraportables has taken the market by storm. According to market research firm iSuppli, netbook sales jumped a stunning 2000% last year and are expected...
Bottom line Whether the Pavilion dv2 is classified as a netbook, notebook, or budget ultraportable matters little. The system is certainly small enough, light enough, and thin enough to be considered an ultraportable, in my view. With an optical drive, a proper pr...
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notebookreview.com
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2014-08-22
The newest 12-inch notebook from HP is no ordinary ultra-portable laptop. Featuring the new AMD Athlon Neo processor, the promises to bridge the gap between low-performance netbooks and higher-priced ultra-portable notebooks. This thin and light lap...
Good Excellent value, Impressive graphics performance, Good speakers (see below), Optional Bluray drive works extremely well, Lots of RAM and storage ... and easy to upgrade, Thin, light and well built...
Bad Battery life is OK but not the best, No eSATA or ExpressCard for highspeed expansion, Bad location for speakers, Processor performance good but not great at multitasking...
Bottom line I started this review with an important question, "at a price of $750, will consumers buy this instead of a $300 netbook?" The answer is, yes ... or at least I hope so. The satisfies an important need that low-cost netbooks never could. When netbooks ori...
0%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
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2014-08-22
Clear a space between what you consider a netbook and a notebook, because the Hewlett-Packard Pavilion dv2 defies simple categorization. Its combination of processor, price, and diminutive size finds that happy middle ground between a mini-laptop and a...
Good Slim, smart profile; great touchpad, Flexible and affordable...
Bad Tinny sound, Keys could be a bit bigger...
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