“PC Club is one of the medium-sized computer resellers in the US, with 37 locations scattered across the western US (as well as a couple of stores in Oklahoma). We’ve looked at some of their previous offerings, and have found that they tend to target the middle ground. Their desktops may not be as exotic as some offerings, but the use of off-the-shelf components can put them one step ahead of the large OEMs when it comes to enthusiasts and those looking to squeeze just a little bit more power out of a system. They recently sent us their latest Enpower notebook offering, based on Intel’s Santa Rosa platform. Their primary goal was to create a notebook that would be suitable for high school and college students – all while trying to stay affordable.”
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Empowered by PC Club?
The PC Club Enpower ENP660 is essentially an HP dv6500t, with different options available. What does make it stand out is the full-size keyboard that includes a numpad. On a 15.4″ notebook, that is a rarity, but it also the only thing that really stands out on this notebook. AnandTech spent a bit of time with this system, and you can see what they learned about it in their review.