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The dv7 is quite a deal when new (provided you can skip on some of the upgrade "options" and buy much cheaper later). Here, you're saving about $200 off a "new" one of same specification(A8 based).
Personally, I'd hold out for A10*, as seen here http://www.mwave.com/mwave/SKUSearch.asp?px=FO&scriteria=BE04863#.UPFXWG_oRh0 -- also a refurb, but hey there apples, there's oranges and then there's papaya. Notebookchek's take on the A10: http://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-A-Series-A10-4600M-Notebook-Processor.74065.0.html. You can also check out the A8 there, as well.
The best hing about these, though, are the screens. I love this screen. Yeah it's 1600x900 instead of 1080p or WUXGA, but its a nice, bright, clear display (as long as you're not outside, or in an overly bright office)
*Ivy Bridge notwithstanding.
What's the point of a signature? Everyone can see who wrote this, over there, to the left.
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loveitch wrote:ive had mine for a while and want to throw it as far as i can often piece of sh<>t
But no example of WHAT is the problem?
Sometimes the problem is located between the chair and the keyboard, so please be more specific.
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