Hp Refurbished Hp 6460b-Corei5-14″ 320GB HDD-4GB RAM, Black
- Hp 6460b
- Intel corei5
- 4GB RAM
- 320GB hard disc
- DVD rewriter
- Metalic built
The hp 6460b, is an incredible magnificent budget business laptop computer which is fully equipped with undisputed excellent features.
It’s safe to say that this type of laptop is among the world’s best budget laptops on the market now.HP’s 6460b makes a pretty strong case for itself as a useful business box. The laptop has some speed where it counts, and doesn’t cost an exorbitant amount of money. Its display is still a bit of a higher, but I suppose something was going to get short shrift to keep the price low. The hp 6460b is equipped with the following features as listed below:
If you’re in the market for an affordable portable work system, the HP 6460b might deserve a place on your short list. This solid, standard-issue sells a very low price tag and houses a thoughtfully arranged software bundle that will quickly help you get down to business.
What does your money buy you, performance-wise? For starters, it buys Intel’s Corei5
2.26-GHz CPU and 2GB of RAM embedded in hp 6460b that’s more than enough power to carry you through the workday and yield reasonable performance.
The hard-plastic casing feels rigid enough that the machine should be able to withstand some punishment. I’d dare say that the 6460b even feels rubbery and ruggedized in the right places. For example, the spill-resistant keyboard has a great feel. It doesn’t match a ThinkPad’s buttery tactile response, but with its ample key spacing and good key travel, I didn’t break a sweat typing this review on it. Another thing that caught my attention: the backlit touch-sensitive buttons running along the top of the keyboard. At first glance they look like activity lights, but in reality they are subtle but effective shortcuts and toggles. The Wi-Fi toggle sits in the middle, volume controls are on the right, and handy business-friendly application shortcuts reside on the left. (One launches the presentation program of your choice, optimizes video output, and manages power settings.)
The touchpad is small and responsive, and the raised rubber mouse buttons feel substantial. One thing that feels a little odd–but good–is the wrist rest. Though it’s just a hard plastic piece, it has tiny textured grooves that are comfortable to lean on for extended periods.
A quick survey around the 6460b hows that while it isn’t quite a multimedia machine, it is perfectly suited for taking your presentations on the road. It has VGA and S-Video outputs on the back, and sports other staples such as four USB 2.0 ports, a four-pin FireWire port, an SD Card reader, and a PC Card slot. Connectivity is covered with Wi-Fi, modem, and ethernet jacks. I’d like to output, too, but that omission is not surprising since this laptop relies on wimpy Intel integrated graphics. The good news to counterbalance that is the machine’s upgrade bay . It gives you the flexibility and room to add another hard drive or optical drive. Speaking of which, good to see that it also has 3D DriveGuard technology — protecting the hard drive from getting knocked around.
The front-firing speakers are adequate for listening to audio notes you’ve recorded, but everything else, from music to movies, sounds horribly tinny and flat. Plug in some headphones, and you should be fine. But if you were eyeing the 6460b to hear multimedia-rich presentations, consider looking elsewhere.
Going for the corporate crowd, HP is setting its sights on of user-friendly and business-savvy applications (Lenovo’s apps handle everything from hard-drive recovery to Wi-Fi configurations). In this case, HP has succeeded in creating a well-targeted collection of software appropriate for the business traveler. In addition to doing a good job of gathering all the important tools you need for day-to-day business use, the company has brought in some interesting proprietary applications.