Sony Ericsson TM506 Scarlet ( Click on the Picture )

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Sony Ericsson TM506 Scarlet ( Click on the Picture )

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  1. Andrew on August 3rd, 2012 12:21 am


    (Wireless Phone) The HP Mini 311-1037NR was sold to me by Verizon Wireless, my longtime ceualllr plot provider. I was talked into purchasing it by a very excellent salesman who admitted that he was attempting to win an in-store contest based upon who sold the most netbooks with 2-year contracts. With pricing promotions I got the machine for free in exchange for signing a two-year contract for mobile broadband service, which at $60 per month, meant I really paid $1,440, less taxes and fees. The HP Mini 311-1037NR is a excellent machine. It ships with Windows 7 Home Premium. My advice: Buy the machine but do not pay more than $300-$399 for it. Take it honest from the box to a trusted local computer service shop (GeekSquad is a reputable national PC service company based at Best Buy that I recommend; if not, question neighbors or coworkers for a excellent local tiny business to support). Question the computer tech to reformat the hard drive and reinstall Windows 7 Home Premium, update all the drivers and software from the HP website, and perform any other specific configurations you may need. Verizon had to provide me 4 of these machines before I learned this example. Each machine came preinstalled with tons of adware and memory-sucking, outdated programs, including Norton Internet Security 2009 (despite having bought the netbook in May 2010). Since the machine is more-or-less always connected to the Internet, or incisive for an Internet tie, I experienced repeat issues with driveby downloads, which would exploit the preinstalled adware that came on the HP Mini 311-1037NR. I also found that the machine’s recommended RAM memory was insufficient for running any other programs along with Windows 7 Home Premium. Avoid installing any mega software bundles like Microsoft Office. Stick with a tiny word processing program or suite; or better yet, keep installed programs portable and do not even install them onto the machine at all. Once I got rid of my Verizon broadband contract (after four machines I’d had enough and had to friend the company by letter to demand my covenant be voided), I uninstalled the Verizon software and it worked like a charm. If you run the HP Mini 311-1037NR the way HP built it to be used it is a fantastic substitution for your oversized mainframe or a logical alternative to your undersized smart phone. Bluetooth capability allows you to use the netbook like a speakerphone for your ceualllr device. But avoid any longterm mobile contract, particularly from Verizon. I found the service to be dicey and had distress receiving a excellent signal for Internet connectivity and I live in downtown Portland, Oregon.

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