HP ProBook 6550b business notebook

An HP business notebook that's packed with features, performs well and is comfortable to use

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.50 / 5 (of 3 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 1,399.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Jimmy

4.0

1

Pros
Solid processing capability
Cons
Touch-sensitive buttons
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I received this as a work notebook and have to say for a first time (long-term) user of a notebook I'm overall impressed. It runs large excel files at a similar pace to my old desktop as well as graphic heavy powerpoint slides.

The only downside (minor) is the occasional delay or no response to hitting the touch sensitive buttons along the top. I like the concept - shortcuts to email and web etc. I don't find the lights bright as noted in the review, but I mostly use it in an office with plenty of light.

pey

3.5

2

Pros
graphic card
Cons
keyboard
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working with keyboard is awful as if they are expanded. the speakers and sound card are hopeless .other stuff are ok but not outstanding

Bya

0.0

3

Pros
Nothing worth mentioning
Cons
Performance, Hanging, Wireless
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This laptop is a huge disaster... one of the worst experiences i've had

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