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HP Compaq 6005 Pro Review

April 26th, 2010 No comments

The all new HP Compaq 6005 Pro is a small form of PC that takes your business with you wherever you may be. With a svelte 13.3 x 14.9 x 4 inches dimension, one would be surprised at how big this small package really is.

It is powered with the microATX motherboard, 3GHz AMD B95 CPU and an AMD  785G chipset. Hence, it offers theHP Compaq 6005 Pro imagesame business-class CPUs that you need to handle all basic operations and commands you need. Although it is not quite powerful to use on gaming purposes, it offers a decent performance for light-duty business applications.

When it comes to your choices of ports and connectivity options, there are a lot available for HP Compaq 6005 Pro such as I/O ports, 12 USB 2.0 ports, VGA, Ethernet cable, DisplayPort, and RS-332 serial port, among others.


*It comes with a very compact design that users like about their netbook such that it is very easy to carry around wherever you go.

*It is backed by a three-year warranty to ensure that you can enjoy post-sales support.

*It is equipped with all the essential accessories that will enable you to enjoy its use, whether for official or entertainment purposes.

*It offers a solid software build, which helped propel the HP Compaq 6005 Pro rise up above the usual industry benchmarks. Its use of an ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics, AMD 785G chipset, and operational unit of Window’s 7 Aero mode all combine to deliver a powerful device.

*It offers powerful storage capacity through a 64GB SSD, 320GB, 7,200 RPM rotating media hard drive. Hence, there is enough space in here to contain all your essential files for everyday use.


*There is a persistent problem of the hard drive space being filled up with the data upon initial use of the system until that storage space is used up and it starts to become a bit sluggish. Thankfully though, this is the only notable drawback with this laptop model.

The Bottom Line

The HP Compaq 6005 Pro is a highly competitive model in the netbook industry. It offers a utilitarian design that is an interesting preview of its efficient and functional features. Overall, it also delivers the decent performance you have come to expect from such a trusted brand name as HP. There might be a few mishaps from the laptop at some point, but it is not too big of an issue to hamper its overall efficiency and convenience of its use. Definitely a great purchase!

Sanyo PLV-Z60 LCD Home Theater Projector Review

January 20th, 2009 No comments

Last updated on May 27, 2011.

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Sanyo offers a three year warranty on their projectors. Most repairs are completed within 24 to 72 hours. The company pays shipping in both directions. Sanyo’s warranty is one of the best in the business.

The Z60 has two HDMI 1.3 ports and two component video inputs. The Z60 will allow you to connect more devices directly to your projector, before being forced to run your video signals through your A/V receiver.
Final Thought
Sanyo’s PLV-Z60 is an nice projector. It gives a vibrant, pristine image with accurate color. Its 2x zoom lens, extensive lens shift, and HDMI and C video inputs make it easy to install. If you’re looking for a new projector for your light-controlled home theater, this can be suitable for you.

Technical Specifications

ANSI lumens: 1200
Contrast (full on/off): 10,000:1
Light Engine: 1280×720, native 16:9, 0.7″ 3LCD powered by a 145W UHP lamp.
Lamp life: Unspecified. Lamp replacements are $295.
Connection Panel: 2x HDMI inputs, one VGA input, two sets of component YPbPr inputs, one S-Video input, one composite input, one service port, one Kensington lock point, hardwired power on/off switch.
Lens and Throw Distance: 2:1 manual zoom/focus lens with manual H/V lens shift. Throws a 100″ diagonal 16:9 image from 10.1′ to 20.1′
Warranty: Three years.

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