HP Pavilion ZE4300 Specs

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HP Pavilion ZE4300 Specs
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The HP Pavilion ze4300 is a notebook computer produced by Hewlett-Packard. The notebook was available in a number of configurations, largely depending on the central processing unit, display, video adaptor and the pre-installed operating system. The laptop received positive reviews, though there were some complaints about the battery life of the computer.

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The CPU of the HP Pavilion ze4300 came in different configurations. There were three kinds of processors installed in the laptop: Mobile Intel Pentium 4-M working at speeds of 1.8, 2.0, 2.2 and 2.4 gigahertz; Intel Celeron with speeds of 1.8, 2.0 and 2.2 GHz; and AMD Athlon at speeds of 1.47, 1.53, 1.67, 1.8, 1.87 and 2.0 GHz.


The computer was pre-installed with at least 128 megabytes of SDRAM. The maximum memory capacity of the HP Pavilion ze4300 is 1 gigabyte.


The HP Pavilion ze4300 came with either a 15.0-inch XGA display with a resolution of 1024 by 768 pixels, a 15-inch SXGA+ display with a 1400 by 1050 pixel resolution, or a 14.1-inch XGA display with a resolution of 1024 by 768 pixels. All displays were based on the active-matrix TFT technology.

OS and Power

The computer came with either the Windows XP Professional or Windows XP Home operating system. The laptop had four power states: On, Standby, Hibernate and Off.


The HP Pavilion ze4300 was equipped with all the necessary ports one would expect from a laptop. It had two USB ports, one parallel port, one serial port, one PS/2 or keyboard port, one RJ45 and one RJ11 port, a microphone-in and audio-out port and one S-video TV-out port.

Other Specifications

The HP Pavilion ze4300 weighs 3.04 Kilogram. The notebook measures 12.95 inches wide, 10.71 inches tall and 1.61 inches deep. It comes with an eight-cell lithium-Ion battery.

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