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HP Pavilion Media Center TV m7680n (Intel Core 2 Duo, 2.13 GHz) Desktop - M7680N
(10 Epinions reviews)
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Highest Rated Consumer Review by the Community
Jan 6, 2007 by el_guapo
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Price, Performance
Cons: Cheap Video Card and Power Supply
Summary: INTRODUCTION My old HP just couldnt keep up with my needs anymore, and my spouse gave me the green light to upgrade. My normally meticulous nature was abandoned as I decided to make a quick purchase lest the eggnog wore off and she changed ... read more
Aug 7, 2007 by rikster1
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: Lots of bells and whistles. Multi-tasking was much improved over my 4yo system (Sony Vaio).
Cons: Computer & Customer Support suck. So far 35 days of downtime in 7 months.
Summary: I've owned this soon to be boat anchor for about 7 months. First of all, this m7680n was dead out of the box. Had to wait 23 days to get a set of recovery discs. Recovery discs worked that time. Two months later the wireless keyboard & mouse die. ... read more
Jun 14, 2007 by rockmoss
Rated a Helpful Review
Pros: Lots of hard drive space
Lots of RAM
Separate video card
Cons: TV card had hookup but no software for VCR
Summary: I had built my last few computers but I decided to go with a HP computer for a few reasons. I liked the value that they provided with software, great online help tech, and the Lightscribe feature on the DVD burner. I had tried another HP model but ... read more
Sep 25, 2006 by joecan
Rated a Very Helpful Review
Pros: Loaded with Features, Lightning-Fast, Cost/Value, HP Customer Service, Ultra-Quiet
Cons: Perhaps not for the hardcore PC gamer who would face a challenge upgrading graphics card
Summary: The HP m7680n is by far the best PC I have ever owned (I am on my 7th computer) for many reasons. I never thought I would buy a pre-configured PC again, but after a five-month nightmare with HP’s biggest PC rival (I’ll let you figure out who, but that ... read more
Express Customer Reviews
Nov 13, 2008 by lbesser
Pros: HP Media Center plugs into the frame for convenient backup (you'll need it)
Cons: Dismal reliability. Terrible "support" from India.
Summary: I bought two of these computers and had terrible experience with both. System Recovery was used at least a dozen times during the past two years and both machines were sent back to HP's Service Center. I had to re-install all my programs many times. Both ... read more
Jun 23, 2008 by krbtv
Cons: Hard drive, power supply, wireless mouse
Summary: This was a great PC for the first 18 months. After a year and a half the hard drive has to be replaced and the power supply was replaced yesterday. I have had problems with the mouse eating batteries like candy. I have to change batteries about once ... read more
Mar 27, 2008 by trackerdude
Pros: This was a great pc for the first year.
Cons: Beware Circuit City customer service - they won't talk to you without an extended warranty.
Summary: This was a great PC which I frequently bragged on...until now. 13 months after purchase the computer would not power on. I bought the pc at Circuit City and took it to their Firedog for diagnosis. Power supply failure. Since I have read that others ... read more
Dec 8, 2006 by krystlc
Pros: Fast, large hard drive and TV guide is soo cool.
Cons: Loading time is still boring, about 1-2 minutes.
Summary: Beautiful machine. This HP Desktop can do anything you throw at it. I'm running Windows Media Center OS, still a 32bit system, but so far everything is flawless. The machine does come with a lot of crap, but a good 30min of uninstalling and you're good ... read more
Oct 26, 2006 by katpiper
Pros: fast and quiet
Cons: lacks parallel and serial ports; wireless mouse is way too sensitive, hard to control.
Summary: I'm into my 2nd week on my new HP m7680n and I've got to tell you I'm surprised at 2 things this PC doesn't have: a parallel port and a serial port. Now, you may think such ports are obsolete with all the USB stuff around, but I sure didn't plan on ... read more
Aug 28, 2006 by rcjedavis
Pros: Great job of multi-tasking. I can run several apps while burning cd's or dvd's.
Cons: HP Support stinks. All they know how to do is reload the OS. Slow boot-up.
Summary: I bought this computer to replace a Dell 8400 that is just over a year old and out of warranty. I bought the HP from Circuit City for around 1200.00 and spent the next several days coping my files and applications over. After I completed the copy I tried ... read more
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