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VOODOO PC Laptop Guide

Post  ADOR on Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:39 am

(here is the basic cut and paste, I will have to see if I have my word document with me at work and it I have any updates for it) (It's also time to do a basic spec break down of the models)

Voodoo Laptops

Envy M:50 / Asus M5N

Envy F121

Envy 133

Envy I222

Envy M-151

Envy M-152

Envy M-172

Enby A-228

Envy M:380 / Sager 3790

Envy M-350

Envy M:355 / Compal CL50

Envy M:360 / Compal CL56

Envy M-370 / Mitac 8050

Envy M-380

Envy m-460 / ECS

Enby M-505

Envy M-515 / Asus Z71V

Enby mn532

Envy ma538 / Arimia W622-DK8X

Envy A538 / Arima W622-dk8x

Envy M-550

Envy M-600

Envy M-700

Envy hu703

Envy hu709

Envy mu732

Envy mu734

Envy M-750 / Sager 4780 / Clevo

Envy M:780 / Sager 8790 / Clevo D870

Envy M:790 Sager 9860

Envy M-855 / mitac 8355

Envy M:860 / Arima W730D-K8 / eMachines m6809

Envy M-800 / Arima w730k8

Enby M-858 / Asus Z80K

Envy M-860

Envy U909
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Re: VOODOO PC Laptop Guide

Post  killerwill on Wed Nov 07, 2012 12:17 pm

I can cover nearly all the information on the envy 133. Model numbers and part numbers and such. I can also giveinfo about pulling them apart which can't be found anywhere. How would you like it put up here? A word doc or in a post?

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Re: VOODOO PC Laptop Guide

Post  ADOR on Wed Nov 07, 2012 7:20 pm

Either way will do. I was thinking each model would get it's own post. It's OUR guide so we can do it the way we want, lol.
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Re: VOODOO PC Laptop Guide

Post  killerwill on Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:28 pm

Sounds cool. I'm gonna start on the 133 tonight since I got info on it ready to go.

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Envy 133

Post  killerwill on Wed Nov 07, 2012 8:57 pm

The Voodoo Envy 133 basic specs and information as from HP were as:

Mobility and functionality
•Thin and light – One of the thinnest, lightest systems in its class, starting at 3.373 pounds,(1) 0.70 inches thin, 9.04 inches deep and 12.65 inches wide (with SSD and battery).
•Durable – A carbon fibre casing with custom microweave design gives this little wonder surprising strength. The 13.3-inch diagonal backlit LED screen is covered with a durable fused composite glass.
• Voodoo IOS – Boot up in seconds. Unique to the Voodoo Envy 133, this feature giveroad warriors quick access to Skype and Internet browsers.(2)
• Voodoo Adapter – The Envy 133 recognizes the reality of the wired world. Even whwireless isn’t available, the Voodoo Adapter lets users roam free from the wired connection. Users can plug an Ethernet cable into the jack located on the power brick. A point-to-point Wi-Fi connection is automatically established, between the RJ45 and the notebook.(2)
• Multiple gesture touchpad – More than a standard touchpad, the Envy 133 features chiral scroll and pinch options.
• Replaceable battery – The fully-replaceable battery gives the Voodoo Envy 133 approximately 3.45(3) hours of battery life between charges.
•Integrated webcam – standard with every Voodoo Envy 133.
•External ODD – An ID-coordinated external optical drive is included with every Voodoo Envy 133. HP engineers took the time to provide the ODD and other peripheral devices with the same external styling and attention to detail given to the system chassis.
•Wireless connectivity – Every Voodoo Envy 133 includes integrated wireless 802ABGN(4) and Bluetooth®.
•Ports – For extensive usability, Voodoo Envy 133 systems come with a variety of I/O ports, including headphone/microphone, HDMI, USB 2.0 (1x) and a shared e-SATA/USB (1x).
•Professional backlit keyboard – The system features a keyboard reminiscent of old-school tactile desktop keyboards with just enough “click” to get even the most die-hard tech enthusiast smiling.
•Proximity sensor – This system recognizes when fingers are on the keyboard and turnoff the touchpad to avoid any accidental movement of the cursor.
•Dolby Sound Room – The Envy 133 offers a stunning personal surround sound listeexperience with a suite of technologies designed to provide an enveloping entertainment experience from any pair of speakers or any set of headphones – ideal for environments where using surround sound speakers is not practical.
Design and personalization
•Classic Voodoo style – The clean lines and square edges that define the entire Vooproduct line are epitomized in the Voodoo Envy 133.
•Coordinated peripherals – All external peripherals – including the Voodoo Adapter external ODD and HDMI-VGA adapter – are ID-coordinated to complement the Envy 133 notebook.
•Backlit keyboard – The backlit keyboard adds to the Voodoo Envy 133’s aura of sophistication.
•LED display – The impressive 13.3-inch diagonal LED WXGA (1,280 x 800) screen is covered in high-quality fused composite glass that runs from edge to edge, elimseams and giving the system a streamlined look.
•Ambient sensors – The Envy 133 includes an ambient sensor that adjusts the display brightness according to its surrounding environment.
•Color – Personalization is part of the Voodoo Envy 133 experience. Customers can choose from a full palette of classic Voodoo Allure paint finishes.
•Custom finish – Customers can choose the custom carbon fibre casing with custom microweave design in black, or choose from a full palette of classic Voodoo Allure paint finishes.
Security
•Lojack recover software – Every Voodoo Envy 133 includes pre-installed ComLojack anti-theft software. When activated (activation purchase optional), customers
can use it to disable and track missing systems.
•Grisoft AVG Professional – Each Voodoo Envy 133 comes pre-installed with Grisoft AVG Professional (one-year base standard).

There were Eleven Envy 133 models of varying internal and software configurations, Which fell under three levels each:

Casual User
NV4010NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7500 (1.6 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•80G HDD 4200RPM
Nv4015NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7500 (1.6 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•80G HDD 4200RPM
•Microsoft® Office Basic 2007
NV4020NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7500 (1.6 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•64GB Solid State drive
•Microsoft® Office Basic 2007

Power User
NV4065NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7700 (1.8 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•80G HDD 4200RPM
•Microsoft® Office Basic 2007
NV4070NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7700 (1.8 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•80G HDD 4200RPM
•Microsoft® Office Basic 2007
NV4075NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7700 (1.8 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•64GB Solid State drive
•Microsoft® Office Small Business Edition 2007
NV4080NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7700 (1.8 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•64GB Solid State drive
•Microsoft® Office Pro 2007

Road Warrior
NV4040NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7500 (1.6 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Business 32-bit
•80G HDD 4200RPM
•Microsoft® Office Small Business Edition 2007
NV4042NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7700 (1.8 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium 32-bit
•64GB Solid State drive
NV4045NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7700 (1.8 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Business 32-bit
•64GB Solid State drive
•Microsoft® Office Small Business Edition 2007
NV4050NA
•Intel® Centrino® Processor Technology featuring Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7700 (1.8 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
•Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Business 32-bit
•64GB Solid State drive
•Microsoft® Office Pro 2007

NOW! Important infor for the Envy 133 user/modder in 2012
The Voodoo Envy 133 was built specifically for itself for Vooodoo which basically means it was all custom built and nearly all parts are impossible to find. The guys at Fort Collins do have some parts and other misc. stuff for it but it will be nearly impossible to source any of the other parts from anywhere else except for other machines.

So upgrade items that can be performed to the Envy 133 are faily limited:
•Ram may be able to be upgraded to a faster speed but size is limited to 2 GB
•The Hard Drive can be updated but it is a ZIF HDD/SSD, currently there are few reliable ZIF drives that are reliable imo, (NOTE Voodoo techs have discussed with me that they are unsure of the actual size limit of storage the motherboard can handle so be safe to say that the limit is 128 GB)
•No possablity of upgradiing the processor due to the fact that it is soddered to the Motherboard. (Also replacing the mobo is out as well since No motherboards are out to my own knowledge that can fit the same area as the 133s)

Taking apart the Envy 133 can be a bit challenging at first and you must know what will come up. Once you have the screws out you must make sure to remove the black tape, unplug the keyboard wire, and un clip the brackets for the keyboard back in the battery compartment, then proceed to lift the palm rest up ward slowly. You will notice that there is a thin white wire connecting the trackpad on the palm rest to the mother board remove it and pay attention to the black line on the white line for when you put it all back togehter.

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