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[FS][US] HP DV7-3085dx Core i7 Laptop

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i got this for school last year but it's a little too big for me (7.5lb) i was looking more on the line of 3lb max

this computer is a DV7-3085DX

comes with:
17.3in LED Screen
Core i7-720QM,
8GB 2x4GB DDR3 1333MHz,
Nvidia GeForce GT 230M 1GB dedicated GDDR3
Full sized keyboard
HP Mobile Remote Control

1x 120W Power Supply (NEW)
2x 8-Cell Lithium-Ion battery (BOTH NEW - the one came with the computer got lost somewhere in the house so i ordered 2 more and never took it out of the house)

ALSO!
Full 3-YEAR GEEKSQUAD WARRANTY - one of those if you break it they'll fix it kind of thing + unlimited tech support now

here is another thing why i am selling it :banghead:
everytime i am on it doing homework somehow i'll end up playing games with it
it plays Call of Duty Black Ops just great, and Resident Evil 5 with no prob at all

http://reviews.cnet.com/HP_Pavilion_dv7_3085dx/4505-3121_7-33776108.html
PLEASE PM WITH OFFER

ASKING PRICE $950 + SHIPPING

http://www.heatware.com/eval.php?id=72945
 

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Put a price on it Kiki...:p
 

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#6
I'll start the offers rolling at $100 shipped ;)
 
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#7
^ SOLD! :laugh: jk...I know kiki, good fellow. :toast:
 
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thank you ricks :)

i can't really remember what the price i got it on anymore it was like 1200/1300?
the asking price for the computer + the insurance will be 949 + shipping and insurance

need to buy new books for my classes so selling what ever i can to get cash :D
 
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#10
I've got a dv7-1285dx. The build is very similar to this laptop, just a different coloration/design, and using a 16:10 aspect ratio. Same keyboard, media buttons, ports, etc...

Mine only has a C2D/Geforce 9600M GT/6GB RAM, so I can only speak for the build & feature similarities. I can say that the build quality is really pretty great for a consumer-grade notebook. It feels allot more solid than some other consumer notebooks do, and the keyboard is decent + easy to adjust to. If his is like mine, there's also a second HDD bay and multiple mini-PCIe slots for upgrades. Ports wise, you get rarities like ExpressCard/54, 1394, modem, and eSATA; really great. The remote also fits into the ExpressCard slot when not in use. Use compressed air on the fan from time to time, but that's the same with any notebook.

All in all, I'm pleased with mine.
 
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