The Hewlett-Packard NX9010 is a discontinued business laptop computer that was originally made by Compaq, an HP subsidiary, from 2003 to 2005. It was packed with highly configurable features for a relatively low price, but it did have some disadvantages and issues. Although it was a robust machine, users complained about slow performance, overheating and a heavy weight. There were various models, each with its own set of specifications.
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The NX9010 laptops came with an ATI Radeon IGP 345M (RS200MP) / ALI M1535+ chipset and 2.0 to 3.6 GHz Intel processors. P4 models had 512-KB L2 cache, while Celeron models offered 128-KB L2 cache.
NX9010s offered 256 MB (266MHz) DDR SDRAM (256 MB SODIMM in slot 1) or 512 MB (266MHz) DDR SDRAM (256 MB SODIMM in slots 1 and 2) as its standard RAM. Users have the ability to upgrade to a maximum 1 GB (266MHz) DDR SDRAM (512MB (266MHz) in slots 1 and 2).
Hard drives for NX9010 laptops ranged from 20 GB to 80 GB with 4,200 RPMs. They included a DVD/CD-RW, DVD, CD-RW, CD or optional disk drive.
Compaq NX9010 laptops came with either 14.1-inch or 15-inch colour monitors with up to 16.7 million colours. Resolutions ranged from 1024x768 to 1600x1200.
Not a lightweight laptop, the 14.1-inch NX9010 model weighs 3.18 Kilogram (3.2 kilograms) and the 15-inch model weighs 3.49 Kilogram (3.49 kilograms).
NX9010 models came with Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Microsoft Windows XP Home or Microsoft Windows 2000 driver support via the Web.
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