In regards to HP lptops; what is the difference between quad core and intel i5
It’s somewhat confusing. The i5 is a quad core processor. In fact, there are several quad core processors on the market. If a computer (desktop or laptop) is advertised having a "quad core processor," you need to dig deeper and find out exactly what processor it is.
It gets even more confusing. Not all i5 processors are quad cores.
My suggestion–if you find a computer you like, determine the processor, then do an online search for performance or comparison to see how it stacks up against other processors. Or, if you’re looking specifically at HP products, compare the performance of the different processors in the laptops.
One final observation–there are more factors involved in computer performance than the processor. Graphics, sound, motherboard, memory speed all factor into the equation. My experience is, unless you’re into high-end gaming or professional-grade video editing, go with a laptop with at least an i5 processor and the most RAM you can afford. If you can afford an i7 processor, go for it.
I own one and the HP Printer and I have no clue! Maybe I can read the box the HP Pavilion came in.
I know we have a lot more tech savvy people here. :smileyhappy:
I better leave it to the experts. I am an expert when it comes to using it. Well this week I became
one. Good luck with your question.:womanhappy:
I hope more people see it:smileyhappy: I will be watching because now I am curious.:womansurprised:
If the AL prenatal program upsets anyone, the solution is very simple……just don’t buy anymore of his products! Or, return what you have already purchased assuming it’s within the 30 day return policy. Carlos is correct, AL has always been upfront
about his company, and the solar powered plant. But, I am puzzled as to why the solar plant is such an issue? Aren’t we all
concerned about the environment? Not being political at all, I just don’t understand why this seems to be upsetting some
HSN customers. Oh, one more thing, a lot of supplements contain questionable additives, trust me, I did my homework on this! AL’s are pure, at least the ones that I have taken. Happy Shopping!:womanhappy:
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01.13.14 4:00 PM