As you can see they are all high quality components, with a processor that touches the top end of the range Core 2 Duo processor, a graphics card with 1 GB DDR3 which is without doubt the best market in the facia medium-high (excluding of course those of band enthusiast) and the gem of the hard disk from 320 GB (298 actual) 7200 rpm, regardless of the memory now "typical" 4GB.
The installed operating system is Windows Vista Home Premium 32bit, and like all Compuer purchased between June 2009 and March 2010 plans to send to the home of Windows 7, Windows 7 Upgrade through the program for free.
First start: the machine is just fine, both from the aesthetic point of view (with all those abstract designs), both in terms of performance, with a remarkable speed for preinstalled Windows Vista, which in its SP2 is not even that bad.
The screen is very bright, with a remarkable resolution, unfortunately it is not HD and it is not LED, but they are two shortcomings that the use does not even notice much. Performance in general: like all the laptops at home, HP preloaded three levels of energy use. There is an automatic HP, which almost never use because I do not think is very accurate in assessing the power required at any time.
High performance allows you to use the computer to the top and actually has no problem neither calculation nor processing, invariably proving agile and ready, the battery life is really very limited in this mode. Energy saving: the performance dropped by a lot (notice), but the battery gets to last up to 3 hours. It 'best to use this during word processing and internet surfing. In any configuration, the computer is always agile and performance, as well as Vista, which has managed to amaze me that demonstrates the fluidity of this machine.