The popular Hewlett-Packard G62 series of laptop computers consists of more than 50 models that offer powerful performance and a strong line of features. The HP G62 series offers an integrated web camera and powerful Intel processor, and weighs less than six pounds. A 15-inch LED display monitor features HP Brightview technology that provides vibrant colours. At the heart of the HP G62 is a motherboard with impressive specifications capable of handling the needs of even the most advanced users.
The HP G62 motherboard can support the Intel Arrandale i3, i5 and i7 dual-core processors, providing users with processing power to meet virtually any needs.
The HP G62 motherboard is built around the Intel HM55 Express chipset.
High-quality graphics performance is accomplished using the Intel HD Graphics Media Accelerator and the ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5470 graphics card.
The motherboard has two upgradeable SO-DIMM memory slots that use DDR3 1066MHz dual-channel memory. The memory slots are customer accessible. The HP G62 motherboard supports up to eight gigabytes of total system memory when configured with one, four-gigabyte memory module in each memory socket.
The motherboard supports SATA interface hard disk drives with capacities of 160 gigabytes to 750 gigabytes. The hard drive is user accessible.
The HP G62 system board supports SATA interface optical drives including DVD and Blu-ray devices.
A 56K V.92 data/fax MDC modem is built into the HP G62 motherboard, providing users with dial-up connectivity capabilities.
An on-board 10/100 Ethernet port and integrated wireless connectivity are built into the motherboard, allowing users to easily connect to cabled or wireless networks.
The HP G62 motherboard is equipped with integrated audio-in and audio-out ports, three USB ports, a VGA port for an external monitor and one high-definition multimedia (HDMI) port. Multiple peripheral devices can be connected to the laptop through these ports.
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