Specifications of an HP Pavilion DV9000

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The HP Pavilion DV9000 notebook computer offers the Intel Core Duo or AMD Turion processor to handle extensive processing. It also has multiple ports to increase its capabilities and offers extensive multimedia capabilities for music and video. It runs Microsoft Windows XP Professional or Media Center Edition and weighs 3.54kg.


The HP Pavilion DV9000 series supports the Intel Core Duo T series processors ranging from 1.66 gigahertz to 2.0GHz or AMD Turion TL processors with operating speeds from 1.7GHz to 2.2GHz. The processor is responsible for carrying out all instructions sent through the system.


The DV9000 includes a 17.0-inch WSXGA widescreen LCD monitor with BrightView technology. It displays up to 16.7 million colours with a maximum supported resolution of 1680 by 1050 pixels. The S-video-out port provides the capability to connect the laptop to a television for a larger viewing size.

Hard Drive

The computer hard drive is responsible for holding all of the data in a computer, such as the operating system, programs and personal files such as music, photographs or videos. The 9000 series comes in various configurations with hard drives ranging from 80 gigabyte to 200GB.


Memory plays a large part in multitasking capabilities. The 512 megabytes of DDR RAM operates at 667MHz and can be expanded to 2GB if necessary by changing the RAM sticks to 1GB each.


Various options exist for connectivity. They include dial-up connections through the 56k modem or Gigabit Ethernet connections with the RJ-45 jack. Wi-Fi is easily accessible using the integrated wireless 802.11 a/b/g WLAN card.

Sound and Video

The DV9000 includes audio-in and audio-out ports to connect external speakers or a microphone. It also includes built-in speakers and an integrated 1.3 megapixel camera for video recording.

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