*HP Envy 15 Owners Lounge! PART 1*

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  1. sleey0

    sleey0 R.I.P. AW Side Topics

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    Notebook DDR3 RAM is always 204 pin.

    240 is desktop.
     
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    204 pin 1066mhz on all systems it seems
     
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    ninthparadigm Notebook Evangelist

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    Doing it in a bit.

    I'm running all the diagnostic tools from the BIOS to see if there's anything else wrong.

    I don't want to go to HP and be like, "Hey...i'm getting some blue screens and stuff..."
     
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    lancorp Notebook Virtuoso

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    Depends on who you define as the owner--the person who's credit card was charged, or the person who unwrapped the box for his 16th birthday? :D

    I definitely think that the AW line is really geared to the late teen/early 20's crowd.

    The only thing AW that I own is their mALX backpack. Best damn backpack ever. And yes, I am embarrassed about the Alien head stitched on the front! :eek:
     
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    Serg Nowhere - Everywhere

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    :eek::eek::eek:thanks
     
  6. sleey0

    sleey0 R.I.P. AW Side Topics

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    So, you are one of those people that cares what others think;)

    Me? I like what I like, others be damned:D
     
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    Serg Nowhere - Everywhere

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    I wonder what the market of the Envy is...any ideas? (lets see if I fit in haha)
     
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    Soccer moms and people who like the fruit without wanting a fruity price tag. I don't think it's meant for any tech savvy people at all considering the apparent cost saving measure via the ram/chipsets/bios. It's meant to be a show off without having people question it's legitimacy insomuch as you can say "16gb ram 1.9ghz quad core processor 1 gb video card etc"
     
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    lancorp Notebook Virtuoso

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    Well, for starters, since the Envy doesn't have an Alien's head plastered on it, and it's not glowing like a bucket of radioactive waste from all it's orifices, I guess I would have to put it in the "adult, classy, and professionally productive computing device" category.

    Do you fit? :)
     
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    cdodge Notebook Guru

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    well, i will admit my statement of 16 was a little exaggeration. I was just pointing out that the alienware is more for gamers and not for business people.

    everyones use is different.

    If i was bringing my machine to a lan party the alienware would have more of a wow affect than the envy would. if you brought the alienware to a business meeting some people might give you a funny look :)
     
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