HP Pavilion Zd8000 Specs

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HP Pavilion Zd8000 Specs
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The HP Pavilion zd8000 is a discontinued Hewlett-Packard laptop that was originally introduced in 2004. The notebook PC gave consumers several customisable options, such as their choice of CD/DVD drives, but most of the internal hardware remained the same for all models of HP Pavilion zd8000 laptops.

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Processor

The HP Pavilion zd8000 features an Intel Pentium 4 560 that runs at a clock speed of 3.6 GHz. The HP Pavilion zd8000 has a data bus speed of 800MHz and a Level 2 Cache size of 1 MB.

RAM

The HP Pavilion zd8000 uses DDR SDRAM technology. The HP Pavilion zd8000 supports RAM chips that are rated at a speed of 400MHz.

Memory

The HP Pavilion zd8000 includes an 80 GB hard drive that is rated at a speed of 5400 RPM.

Graphics and Audio

The HP Pavilion zd8000 features an ATI Mobility Radeon x600 graphics card. This card contains 256 MB of VRAM and supports a maximum widescreen resolution of 1680 x 1050. A generic audio card and built-in speakers are also included in the HP Pavilion zd8000.

Connectivity

The HP Pavilion zd8000 features a 6-in-1 digital card reader that is capable of reading and writing to the major media card formats. This includes MultiMediaCard, SmartMedia, Secure Digital, MS-Pro Memory Stick and Memory Stick. The wireless adaptor on the HP Pavilion zd8000 supports 802.11g, 802.11b and Bluetooth technologies, although a dial-up fax/modem is also included. Additional connections include four USB 2.0 ports, one FireWire port, one S-video TV out and one ExpressCard/54 slot for expansion cards. An internal infrared sensor allows for access by remote control.

Software

The HP Pavilion zd8000 includes Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 as its operating system. Drivers and utilities are also included.

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