Written on: 06/03/2008
Has been with me since 2004 and still ticking no complaints
Overall can do almost what a desktop can, well recommend the HP Compaq NX 7000 laptop. Infact the only bad thing I have to say about it is there is not enough memory on the graphics end but adequate for minimal gaming. (read more)
Written on: 16/12/2003 by Stephen B (1 review written)
I've received 2 of these HP Compaq NX 7000 laptops. Number 1 machine had a duff keyboard (wobbly keys top left hand corner & a nasty "clacking sound")and poorly moulded bezel around the mouse pad (dips, bumps etc. in the plastic. Number 2 arrived with a dent in the aluminium lid and a stuck red pixel. The machine cost nearly £1400 ( I think around $1700) and the retailer gave me a rebate of £100 in compensation. Well, I suppose that's ok - but I never really felt that I had a perfect new... (read more)
Written on: 09/12/2003 by msvirick (1 review written)
I have used over the years Tosiba's IBM and Sony's, but this is what a laptop should be. The HP Compaq NX 7000 is both beautiful and a functional computer. I love the touch pad. The scroll key is very useful.
I would give the HP Compaq NX 7000 9.7 of 10 (read more)
Written on: 22/09/2003 by spinaltap19 (1 review written)
The HP Compaq nx7000 is the latest of a new generation of widescreen laptops, ideally suited to multi-taking and working with multiple documents.
Many of these laptops are either very expensive (Sony) or have poor build quality (Dell). On some such as the Evesham Cinebook, the screen resolution is limited.
By contrast, the nx7000 is beautifully built. The chassis has minimal flex and is solid. The keyboard is well laid out, with a double-height Enter key. The trackpad works well enough... (read more)