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HP slips out stylish, Core i3-based G62t laptop

Donald Melanson, @donmelanson
February 4, 2010
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It may be in the same family as HP's budget-minded G60 laptop, but the company's new G62t model has more in company with the high-end Envy 15 in terms of appearance, and that's certainly alright with us. Equally respectable are the laptop's specs, which include a standard Core i3 processor (upgradable to Core i5 or i7), 3GB of RAM, a 160GB hard drive, a 15.6-inch LED-backlit display, and a DVD burner (upgradable to Blu-ray if you like). The biggest downside is the non-upgradeable integrated Intel HD graphics -- but with a starting price of $699 (and plenty of HP coupons floating around), we're guessing plenty of folks will be willing to accept that slight drawback.

[Thanks, Thai Tan]

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