Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by Hahutzy, Aug 13, 2008.
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I think the z just means it's custom built.
Yeah, it is. Only the Turions with 2MB l2 cache(ZM 80, 82, 86) are called the Turion Ultra. The one with 1MB total L2 cache(RM 70) is just referred to as a Turion.
The z refers to AMD processor in the system. Usually HP release an AMD & Intel version of the same laptop, the Intel's get the t designation, the AMD's the z. Of course in the case of the tx2500 there is no Intel version available so the usage of the z is kinda redundant. Any model which being with a tx25__ belongs to the tx2500(or more accurately tx2500z) series.
And to confuse you further, HP ships these tablets with a label tx2000 printed on the LCD as well!
sry for this but .....
do u think tx2500z is the best for a student coz i am a student an i am totaly confused
The tx2500 series is currently the cheapest tablet on the market, it is also marketed towards the consumer market, so it is feature rich, If you are on a budget it is an OK machine.
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