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HP Pavilion HDX9000 series

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T7500, Intel Core 2 Duo T8100, Intel Core 2 Duo T9300
Graphic card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT, NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS
Screen: 20.10 in
Weight: 7kg, 7.1kg
Price: 1500, 1800, 1900 euros
Rating:85.25% - Good
Average of 8 ratings (from 9 tests)

 

HP Pavilion HDX9095EA

Equipment / data sheet

Notebook:HP Pavilion HDX9095EA
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo T7500
Graphic card:ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT
Screen: 20.10 inches, 16:10, 1680 x 1050 pixels
Weight: 7.1kg
Left:HP homepage
Pavilion HDX9000 (Series)

price comparison

Rating: 80% - good

Average of 2 ratings (from 3 tests)

 

Foreign test reports

80%HP Pavilion HDX9095EA laptop Review
Source: Pocket LintEN → DE
When it comes to releasing a large screen notebook, HP has been a little slow off the mark. After all, both Acer and Dell have been selling theirs for close to a year now. However, the HP Pavilion HDX9095EA is well worth waiting for and certainly lives up to its name as an "Entertainment Notebook". HP feels so confident about this machine, they’ve even dubbed it "The Dragon". From the moment you receive this machine you know you've got a luxury product, as even the box it comes in has been designed. No simple brown box, no, unpacking the Dragon is supposed to be impressive. And so it is, the 20.1-inch screen sits on a pivot akin to those found on an external TFT monitor. This means instead of just opening the screen as you would a normal notebook, you can pitch it to exactly the angle you require. This is an important feature as there is a lot of screen to get to grips with. The quality of the panel is amazing and is easily as bright as that of your television.
8 out of 10, display good, equipment mediocre
Single test, available online, short, date: October 29, 2007
Rating:total: 80% Equipment: 60% Screen: 80%
80%Review: HP Pavilion HDX9095ea notebook computer
Source: vnunet.comEN → DE
HP refers to its HDX9095ea as the Dragon, a nickname we're inclined to use too since "desktop replacement" really doesn't sum up just how big it is. It's an 8.2kg beast (including power adapter) that boasts a 20.1in widescreen LCD. The display is a joy to use, being slightly brighter that Rock Xtreme 770 while retaining a similar reflective coating to increase contrast. The dragon reinforces its name with scaly artwork across the chassis. A double-jointed spine lets you angle the screen is various ways, including pulling it forward for better movie viewing. The screen has a 1,680x1,050 pixel resolution, which is enough to deal with 720p content but can't handle 1080p footage - this is a minor complaint, since high-definition content looks great on it anyway. HP has included an HD DVD drive (read only, but with DVD writing capabilities) to boost its high-definition credentials, while the graphics are provided courtesy of ATI's Radeon Mobility HD 2600XT chip, which has the same excellent video processing abilities as its desktop counterpart.

(out of 5): 4, equipment 5, performance 4, price / performance 4, display good, mobility bad
Single test, available online, short, date: 10/10/2007
Rating:total: 80% Price: 80% Performance: 80% Equipment: 80% Mobility: 40%
HP Pavilion HDX9095EA
Source: PC ProEN → DE
After the impressive show it made with its TouchSmart series earlier in the year (web ID: 106397, 107883), it's clear HP is taking to the consumer entertainment market in a big way. And it doesn't come much bigger than the HDX9095EA - a notebook we first spied at CeBIT in March, when it was known simply as "The Dragon". Now we've bagged a look at the first one in the UK. Open up the subtly patterned lid and you'll be greeted with the sight of its gargantuan 20.1 in widescreen TFT. With a weight of more than 7kg, HP really is taking the desktop replacement concept to its practical limit. This is no ordinary chassis either, with HP adopting the Intel-originated "stalk" lid design first seen on Dialogue's Flybook VM HSDPA (web ID: 110686). At this scale it needs some reinforcement, resulting in a large protuberance on the lid that contains mechanics to lock the hinge between certain angles. It feels solid enough, but is prone to some disturbing crunching sounds if shut in a hurry.
Price / performance moderate
Single test, available online, medium, date: 08/24/2007
Rating: Price: 60%

 

HP Pavilion HDX9130EG

Equipment / data sheet

Notebook:HP Pavilion HDX9130EG
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo T7500
Graphic card:ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT
Screen: 20.10 inches, 16:10, 1680 x 1050 pixels
Weight: 7kg
Price: 1800 euros
Left:HP homepage
Pavilion HDX9000 (Series)
Pavilion HDX9130EG (Model)

price comparison

Average Score: 85.67% - good

Average of 3 ratings (from 3 tests)

 

88%Brief review of the HP Pavilion HDX9130EG notebook
Source: Notebookcheck
The HP HDX 9130EG performed passably in almost all tests. Especially in terms of its use as a desktop replacement notebook, it is in no way inferior to such a notebook. In terms of price, it is well above a similarly equipped desktop PC, but offers a minimum of mobility despite its impressive dimensions. The design is impressive, with particular attention being paid to the innovative display folding mechanism. Nevertheless, the practical test showed that the hinge solution in particular could use a number of improvements. The input devices meet the demands that are made of them; there is also space for a number pad due to the space available on the base unit.
(out of 100): 88, processing 84, ergonomics 87, mobility 41, display 88, performance 94, emissions 91
Single test, available online, medium, date: 02.03.2008
Rating:total: 88% Performance: 94% Screen: 88% Mobility: 41% Housing: 84% Ergonomics: 87% Emissions: 91%
90%HP Pavilion HDX9130EG - HD 2600 XT
Source: Notebook Journal
A very good that is truly deserved. The Pavilion HDX9130eg is a convincing desktop replacement whose concept was able to convince our testers in all respects.
Hewlett-Packard continues to claim the high quality workmanship of its Pavilion series. The TFT arm in particular was impressive. The 20.1-inch panel can be straightened up by 135 degrees without moving away from the eye (typical for a notebook). Gaming is no problem with the HP Pavilion HDX 9130eg. With games that are very hardware-hungry, such as Crysis or World in Conflist, the user has to accept graphical losses for smooth gaming enjoyment. Laptops with an Nvidia GeForce 8600M GT or 8700M GT graphics card have to do that too.
very good, (out of 5): equipment 2.5, display 3.5, ergonomics 3.5, performance 3.5, mobility 2.5, processing 4.5, emissions good
Single test, available online, long, date: 11/28/2007
Rating:total: 90% performance: 70% equipment: 50% screen: 70% mobility: 50% housing: 90% ergonomics: 70% emissions: 80%

Foreign test reports

79%HP Pavilion HDX9130
Source: PC ActualES → DE
Single test, available online, very short, date: May 14, 2008
Rating:total: 79% Price: 71%

 

HP Pavilion HDX9270eg

Equipment / data sheet

Notebook:HP Pavilion HDX9270eg
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo T9300
Graphic card:NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS
Screen: 20.10 inches, 16:10, 1680 x 1050 pixels
Weight: 7kg
Price: 1900 euros
Left:HP homepage
Pavilion HDX9000 (Series)
Pavilion HDX9270eg (Model)

price comparison

Rating: 91% - very good

Average of 2 ratings (from 2 tests)

 

92%HP Pavilion HDX9270eg (Notebook)
Source: Chip.de
With the Pavilion HDX9270eg, HP has created an excellent PC replacement notebook. No other looks so gorgeous and at the same time offers such an excellent display, very strong performance and great features. The price may seem high, but the giant notebook should be worth it to you.
(out of 100): 91.5, mobility 83, equipment 86, performance 97, ergonomics 89, display 96
Single test, available online, short, date: 08/08/2008
Rating:total: 92% Performance: 97% Equipment: 86% Screen: 96% Mobility: 83% Ergonomics: 89%
90%HP Pavilion HDX9270eg - 8800M GTS
Source: Notebook Journal
A very good that is truly deserved. The Pavilion HDX9270eg is a convincing desktop replacement whose concept convinced our testers in all respects. Hewlett-Packard continues to claim the high quality workmanship of its Pavilion series. The TFT arm in particular was impressive. The 20.1-inch panel can be straightened up by 135 degrees without moving away from the eye (typical for a notebook). For gamers, the HDX9270eg is a real alternative to previous laptops with an Nvidia Geforce 8800M-GTX. At the moment, almost all of them come in the Clevo M570RU chassis and were noticeable negatively in tests due to their loud fan noises. This is significantly reduced in the HDX9270eg with the Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTS. The gaming performance is excellent and a Call of Duty 4 or Collin MC Rae DiRT looks just great with maximum settings on the high-contrast and bright 20-inch display (contrast 950: 1 - luminosity 228 cd / m²).
very good, (out of 5): equipment 3, display 4.5, ergonomics 3.5, performance 2.5, mobility 3.5, processing 4.5, price / performance good, emissions very good
Single test, available online, long, date: 02/28/2008
Rating:total: 90% Price: 80% Performance: 50% Features: 60% Screen: 90% Mobility: 70% Housing: 90% Ergonomics: 70% Emissions: 90%

 

HP Pavilion HDX9320EG

Equipment / data sheet

Notebook:HP Pavilion HDX9320EG
Processor:Intel Core 2 Duo T8100
Graphic card:NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS
Screen: 20.10 inches, 16:10, 1680 x 1050 pixels
Weight: 7.1kg
Price: 1500 Euro
Left:HP homepage
Pavilion HDX9000 (Series)
Pavilion HDX9320EG (Model)

price comparison

Rating: 83% - good

Average of 1 ratings (from 1 tests)

 

Foreign test reports

83%HP Pavilion HDX9320EA
Source: PC ProEN → DE

Fastest, lightest, smallest, these are all superlatives that laptop manufacturers are keen to see associated with their products. Strange, then, that HP's latest 'portable' is the largest and heaviest laptop we have ever seen. At 7kg in weight, even without the beefy 1.2kg charger, it's a struggle to lift this behemoth. HP's latest desktop replacement proves that big can indeed be beautiful.


5 of 6
Single test, available online, short, date: 08/01/2008
Rating:total: 83%

 

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HP: Founded in 1939, the company is a major server and printer manufacturer and one of the leading IT companies worldwide. Until 2015 the company was called the Hewlett-Packard Company. After a split, the computer division was renamed HP Inc.

According to the market researcher IDC (Q2 2008), HP is the world's largest manufacturer of personal computers with a market share of 18.9% (Dell 16.4%, Acer 9.9%, Lenovo 7.5%). For laptops, HP was the world's largest manufacturer with a 20-21% market share from 2014-2016, but recently only slightly ahead of Lenovo. HP is not present in the smartphone sector (data 2016).


These cards can only display very old and very undemanding 3D games smoothly. However, applications such as Office, surfing the Internet, image processing or (SD) video editing are possible without major restrictions.

ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2600 XT: DirectX 10 suitable upper middle class graphics card from ATI with excellent video functions (Avivo HD) and very good performance after the first tests.

This class is still able to display the latest games smoothly, only not with all details and in high resolutions. Particularly demanding games only run in minimal levels of detail, which means that the graphic quality often suffers significantly. This class is only recommended for casual gamers. The power consumption of modern graphics cards in this class is lower and also allows better battery life.

NVIDIA GeForce 8800M GTS: The Nvidia GeForce 8800M GTS is based on the desktop G92 chip and offers better performance than the GeForce 8700M GT thanks to the 256 bit memory bus and significantly more shaders.

»Further information is available in our comparison of notebook graphics cards and the benchmark list.


Intel Core 2 Duo: Core Duo successor with longer pipeline and 5-20% speed increase with 0.5-3 watt more power consumption.

The notebook Core 2 Duo is structurally identical to the desktop Core 2 Duo processors, but the notebook processors are operated with lower voltages and a lower front side bus clock. In terms of performance, notebooks with the same clock rate therefore (and also because of the slower hard drives) lag behind desktop PCs by 20-25%.

T7500: The T7500 was a fast Core 2 Duo of the Merom series with 4 MB level 2 cache. Later it was listed in the middle class at Core 2 Duo P7570.

T9300:

The Core 2 Duo T9300 is a fast middle class processor with 2.5 GHz and 6 MB level 2 cache. Compared to the slightly faster T9400, the T9300 offers a lower clocked FSB.

T8100: Former middle class Core 2 Duo based on the Penryn core with VT-x virtualization functions.

»Further information is available in our processor comparison comparison of mobile processors and the processor benchmark list.


»Check our DPI list to see which displays are resolved and how fine they are.


7 kg:

Some extremely large desktop-replacement laptops weigh as much. They are not intended for any mobile use and rather rare.

7.1 kg:


85.25%: This is an above average rating. However, it should not be overlooked that 10-15% of all notebook models receive a better rating. The percentage corresponds most closely to the verbal evaluation of "good". But don't forget that magazines rarely give really bad reviews.

»Also read our notebook purchase advice.