The Compaq Presario F700 was a notebook PC from the Hewlett-Packard Company through its subsidiary Compaq. It was notable for having the same specifications as the G6000 notebook PC, which was from the same company, albeit with the HP nameplate.
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Processors, RAM and Drives
Running the Microsoft Windows Vista Home Basic or Premium operating system, the Compaq Presario F700 used processors from the AMD Turion TL, Athlon TK or Mobile AMD Sempron series. Systems came with 512 MB, 1 GB or the maximum 2 GB of RAM. Drives consisted of 80/120/160 GB of hard drive space and a CD-RW/DVD±RW optical drive.
Audio/Video and Networking
The Compaq Presario F700 relied on an integrated controller with system-shared memory for its video and graphics, with up to 1280 × 800 WXGA resolution. It had high-definition audio courtesy of Azalia technology supporting its Altec Lansing stereo speakers, and it possessed a built-in web camera and microphone. Also featured in the Compaq Presario F700 was an ITU v.92 56k data/fax modem, a Realtek 10/100 network interface card, and 802.11a/b/g wireless connectivity.
Weighing about 3.18kg, the Compaq Presario F700 measured 14.07 inches in length, 10.13 in width, and 1.29/1.55 inches in front and rear height, respectively. Additionally, it had a 15.4-inch screen.
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