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HP Pavilion 9720

HP Pavilion 9720
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alaTest has collected and analyzed 5 reviews of HP Pavilion 9720. The average rating for this product is 1.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. Reviewers really like the price.


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HP Pavilion 9720


A fast, loaded, user-friendly power system at a reasonable price.

The Pavilion 9720 is a great family or home office system for just about anyone--even serious power users. But its inviting design will also appeal to technophobes.

Dec, 2000

Expert review by : Don Collins (

Editing Computer Review: HP Pavilion 9720


The term turnkey editing computer is quickly becoming redundant. Many consumer-oriented computers are fully loaded editing systems. Microsoft's simple editing program MovieMaker now ships with all Windows Me operating systems and both USB and FireWire...

Inexpensive ; Extremely powerful with an extensive memory ; Multimedia capabilities ; Beginner-friendly

Advanced video producers will need to install more sophisticated editing software ; No analog in/output

Most computers out of the box today are fully capable of editing video. However, once they're out of the box, they can start to develop a myriad of maladies which will cause them to never be as fast or as smooth as that first day. Here are some things...

Jun, 2001

Expert review by : Don Collins (

HP Pavilion 9720 Editing Computer


Inexpensive, Extremely powerful with an extensive memory, Multimedia capabilities, Beginner-friendly

Advanced video producers will needto install more sophisticated editingsoftware., No analog in/output

Jun, 2001

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HP Products are CRAP, lied to about system - found years later ”


I bought this PC back in the last 90's when it was top of the line and you could build your own system at Circuit City for about $3500.  I basically was lied to and discovered this recently when I made enquiries about the Max RAM I could have in the...

Apr, 2009