Compaq Presario V4000 Drivers download, Presario V4000 Chipset, Audio, sound, Graphic, Display, Wireless LAN, Network, Card Reader, Modem Drivers Download for Windows 7, Vista, Xp
Compaq Presario V4000 Driver Download
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Compaq Presario V4000 Note book Review
Compaq Presario V4000 is a quintessential mainstream value notebook despite its cool looks. It is best suited for a student or a home user who is looking for good performance and a complete set of basic features and connections as the Presario V4000 is a solid all round notebook. The Presario V4000′s black-and-silver case measures 14.0 inches wide, 10.3 inches deep, and 1.5 inches thick, though its rounded edges give it a thinner feel. The system has a big, comfortable keyboard with full-size keys and a great, large touch pad that measures 3.8 inches across, with an aspect ratio that matches the screen. While it lacks dedicated scroll buttons, it does have horizontal and vertical scroll zones.
Compaq Presario V4000 is capable of handling tomorrow’s digital demands with a PCI Express slot for high-speed expansion, though no cards are currently available. The standard pports and connections cover four USB 2.0 (two on either edge, a nice touch), one four-pin, unpowered FireWire, an S-Video output, as well as a traditional Type II PC Card slot. The memory-card reader on the left edge supports Secure Digital, Memory Stick, SmartMedia and even the latest xD module. The Presario V4000 is equipped with 100Mbps wired Ethernet, a V.92 modem, and both Bluetooth and an Intel 802.11b/g wireless; in our anecdotal test, we found the system had an excellent 150-foot Wi-Fi range.
A basic V4000 Notebook comes equipped with a Pentium M or Dothan Pentium-M processor with 2MB on-die L2 cache and a 533 MHz FSB, an Intel 915 chipset, an 80GB hard drive, and 1GB of 333MHz memory–the maximum amount of RAM the Compaq Presario V4000 can accommodate. Its 15.4-inch wide-screen BrightView display, with a 1,280×800 native resolution offers a good amount of screen real estate. With an integrated Intel 915 graphics accelerator that uses up to 128MB of system memory, the Presario V4000 is not suitable for high-end gamer who require dedicated video memory.
Like other Presarios, HP backs the Presario V4000 family with a one-year warranty, which you can extend to a more reasonable three years at some average cost.