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Post  HooPoo on Fri Oct 22, 2010 12:19 pm

I am a hp/voodoo refugee and got pointed here to look for folks who might be interested in my Envy 133.

I have two, one of which is in original packaging, has all accessories and sleeve - and I believe all docs and original disk. Was used lightly, but my wife didn't like it - she had trouble with her nails Shocked It's been on my shelf unused for a year and half.

Times are tight so I'm looking for offers from the community here before I hit ebay. I still have another, so this one is on block.

PM me if you have interest. I can send pics/details.
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Post  mrblur on Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:37 pm

HooPoo wrote:I am a hp/voodoo refugee and got pointed here to look for folks who might be interested in my Envy 133.

I have two, one of which is in original packaging, has all accessories and sleeve - and I believe all docs and original disk. Was used lightly, but my wife didn't like it - she had trouble with her nails Shocked It's been on my shelf unused for a year and half.

Times are tight so I'm looking for offers from the community here before I hit ebay. I still have another, so this one is on block.

PM me if you have interest. I can send pics/details.

Can you please post pics and price, also when you post a pic please have your screen name on sheet of paper beside it.

I recently sold My gaming laptop and looking for a replacement.

Thanks,
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Re: Looking for good home for Envy133

Post  HooPoo on Fri Oct 22, 2010 2:52 pm

mrblur wrote:

Can you please post pics and price, also when you post a pic please have your screen name on sheet of paper beside it.

I recently sold My gaming laptop and looking for a replacement.

Thanks,

Remember the Voodoo Envy 133 is NOT a gaming system. Small, beautiful yes. Nice features, and very very cool. But a Gaming system no.

I will post pics later -
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Re: Looking for good home for Envy133

Post  Seamaster on Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:02 pm

Careful. Blur gave you some awsomeness. He might trying to butter you up for a deal.

Looking forward to the pics. In addition to posting price, can you also please post some specs (e.g., if it has a flash drive or an SATA drive)?


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Re: Looking for good home for Envy133

Post  mrblur on Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:08 pm

HooPoo wrote:
mrblur wrote:

Can you please post pics and price, also when you post a pic please have your screen name on sheet of paper beside it.

I recently sold My gaming laptop and looking for a replacement.

Thanks,

Remember the Voodoo Envy 133 is NOT a gaming system. Small, beautiful yes. Nice features, and very very cool. But a Gaming system no.

I will post pics later -

yes I do know that the envy 133 is not a gaming device, I actually sold my gaming laptop to stop playing games. I need to write a dissertation and I travel quite a bit so this will be fine. One thing I can't get rid of is my PS3 nooooooo.
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Post  mrblur on Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:08 pm

Seamaster wrote:Careful. Blur gave you some awsomeness. Hi might trying to butter you up for a deal.

Looking forward to the pics. In addition to posting price, can you also please post some specs (e.g., if it has a flash drive or an SATA drive)?


I like butter, vaseline is so over rated.
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Re: Looking for good home for Envy133

Post  Seamaster on Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:11 pm

mrblur wrote:I like butter, vaseline is so over rated.


BAG


Dissertation? What are you studying?
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Post  HooPoo on Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:14 pm

Seamaster wrote:Careful. Blur gave you some awsomeness. Hi might trying to butter you up for a deal.

Looking forward to the pics. In addition to posting price, can you also please post some specs (e.g., if it has a flash drive or an SATA drive)?

Will post full specs as well - wasn't sure if their would be interest here so thought I'd poke my head in. I'd like this to go to someone who has the history and understands the Voodoo love I love you

But money talks these days.

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Post  HooPoo on Fri Oct 22, 2010 3:15 pm

mrblur wrote:

yes I do know that the envy 133 is not a gaming device, I actually sold my gaming laptop to stop playing games. I need to write a dissertation and I travel quite a bit so this will be fine. One thing I can't get rid of is my PS3 nooooooo.

Sorry - forgot what forum I was on Embarassed

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Post  Iago on Fri Oct 22, 2010 6:18 pm

Blur is going to end up with a mac daddy gaming rig, mark my words. 12 steps would not be enough to cure him.
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Re: Looking for good home for Envy133

Post  HooPoo on Fri Oct 22, 2010 6:55 pm

Here are the full specs. This has the 1.6ghz processor (same as 11" MacAir, but more cache) and the 80gig rotating media.
It currently has win 7 installed, but I assume who ever buys this will do a fresh install with their own OS. I do have original Vista disk (Vista Business) and the Voodoo driver disk. Note this also has a Office Business 2007 unopened license with it.

It has all original material - including the two Voodoo stickers!. I'll have pics and screen shots tomorrow.

Thinking about the price - the last one I saw went for $800.

ENVY 133 SKU NV4040NA

CASING
• Carbon fiber with custom micro-weave design
DIMENSIONS
• Width (cm): 32.2 = 12.65 inches
• Depth (cm): 23 = 9.04 inches
• Height front & rear (cm): 1.79 = .70 inches
• Weight starting at: 1.53Kg = 3.373 lbs.
PROCESSOR
Intel® Core™2 Duo processor SP7500 (1.6 GHz, 4MB L2 Cache, 800MHz FSB)
DISPLAY
• 13.3" WXGA High-Definition Widescreen LED Backlit Display (1280x800)
• Ambient light sensor
USER INTERFACE
• LED backlit Keyboard
• Proximity sensor for touchpad disable
GRAPHICS
• Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X3100 (shared)
HDD
• 80G HDD 4200RPM
NETWORKING & WIRELESS
• Integrated Intel® Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN
• Bluetooth™
• Voodoo Adapter – 56W AC Power, plus integrated
802.11b/g wireless personal access point + RJ45
MEMORY
• 2048MB 667MHz, DDR2,maximum 2G
INTEGRATED WEBCAM
EXPANSION
• 34mm ExpressCard
I/O PORTS
• Video: HDMI video port (max resolution 1920x1080)
• Audio: Headphone out shared with Microphone in Digital array microphone with beam-forming and noise cancellation capability
2 speakers
1 x USB 2.0
1 x e-SATA / USB 2.0 combo
POWER
• 3-Cell, 33 Whr Lithium ion polymer, user replaceable
• Up to 3 hr 10 min battery life, depending on usage
• 56W AC Power (Voodoo Adapter)
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES
• HDMI-VGA adapter (ID coordinated)
• Dual format DVDRW, including both +R and -R in double layer: 24X CD
• External slot-load eSATA Super Multi drive
OS AND SOFTWARE
• Genuine Windows Vista™ Business 32-bit
• Voodoo IOS – Instant On Solution
• Cyberlink DVD Suite Deluxe
• Cyberlink YouCam
PRODUCTIVITY
• Microsoft® Office Business 2007 (on certain SKUs only)
SECURITY
• Grisoft AVG Professional (1 year base standard)
SUPPLEMENTAL DISCS
• Operating Systems DVD
• Driver and Applications DVD
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Post  East on Fri Oct 22, 2010 7:59 pm

Looks like a nice system, Good luck selling it.
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Some pics

Post  HooPoo on Sat Oct 23, 2010 5:59 pm







A little hard to take a pic of too glossy.








Note - not win7 as I thought - but a random vista premium...will install the original or leave for buyer. Like I said, been awhile sine I booted it.

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Post  mrblur on Sat Oct 23, 2010 6:13 pm

thanks for the pics Can you post pics with your username with the laptop. Thanks, if it's posted I'll look again.

Where do you live?



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Post  mrblur on Sat Oct 23, 2010 6:16 pm

Iago wrote:Blur is going to end up with a mac daddy gaming rig, mark my words. 12 steps would not be enough to cure him.

noooooooooooooooo..... but every time I walk in the garage I feel like tinkering with the Omen. I do have video cards, MB, CPU and watercooling system to make a gaming pc, but I will resist.... For the time being.
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Post  HooPoo on Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:40 pm

mrblur wrote:thanks for the pics Can you post pics with your username with the laptop. Thanks, if it's posted I'll look again.

Where do you live?

Her you go. You don't want it on every pic do you? San Francisco Bay area.


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Post  mrblur on Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:45 pm

I travel up in the area every so often. I might be flying up there in November or sooner.

I have never sent a pm using the boards, but I will give it a try.
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Post  HooPoo on Sat Oct 23, 2010 7:47 pm

mrblur wrote:thanks for the pics Can you post pics with your username with the laptop. Thanks, if it's posted I'll look again.

Where do you live?


Here you go....San Framcoscp Bay area.

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Post  mrblur on Sun Oct 24, 2010 12:17 pm

sent you a PM.... let me know. thanks
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Post  Seamaster on Sun Oct 24, 2010 1:00 pm

Does the asking price include the fingerprints?
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Post  HooPoo on Sun Oct 24, 2010 1:04 pm

Seamaster wrote:Does the asking price include the fingerprints?

As many as want...just ask.
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Post  Seamaster on Mon Oct 25, 2010 10:49 am

Excellent. mrblur loves fingerprints, especially the greasy type you'd get after eating a bacon double-cheesburger and a large order of fries.
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Post  mrblur on Mon Oct 25, 2010 11:01 am

Seamaster wrote:Excellent. mrblur loves fingerprints, especially the greasy type you'd get after eating a bacon double-cheesburger and a large order of fries.

Dude we went to Ruby's Diner for Lunch yesterday and that's what I had. You'r scaring me.
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Post  Iago on Mon Oct 25, 2010 12:48 pm

Hopefully you did not use your son's computer afterward . . .
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Post  Seamaster on Mon Oct 25, 2010 3:25 pm

Depends if he was searching for porn.
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