HCL Leaptop Series 39 Laptops for Indian Market

HCL introduced a laptop series for Indian market named the “Leaptop Series 39”.

It is designed to achieve a lower temperature differential of below 6 degrees on its palm rest surfaces. These laptops are tested for special Indian conditions and have undergone rigorous tests such as the HCL five feet drop test and the multiple environment stress tests.

This series is based on Intel’s Centrino and Centrino2 Processor technology, available in both Microsoft and Linux versions, come with a 14.1 inch wide screen and has a battery backup of more than 4 hours.

The laptops consume less than 1.7W of energy in sleep mode and below 1W in stand-by mode and is optimized to reduce its power consumption and meets the Energy star 4.0 compliance standard.

10 Comments

  1. hcl me 39 is the worst machine i have ever used..i got it from my college on 24 jan 2011..and its been sent to service center twice for hardware problem…1st its charger got burned,then its keyboard and touch pad is gone..ufffffff

  2. Dear sir,

    I bought hcl 39 series, my leaptop display was showing vertical lines from right side up to 3 inches towards the left side of the screen.
    can i give leaptop to repair or can i buy new display? if u suggest new display, what will be the price it is having

  3. these laptops are really very bad, I share my experience with u, I purchased HCL 39 last year and in only one year one month its display and DVD writer both got problems, and HCL demanded for Rs. 9000 thousand for a new display……..really too bad to have a HCL Leaptop

  4. Hello,
    Respected Sir/Madam,
    I have recently bought hcl leaptop 39 which is designedfor both microsoft & linux ,during installation of RHEL i have faced problem that it doesnot recognise suitable drivers for it ,my all work is dependent on linux ,please help me ,and gave me appropriate solution for the concerning problem as soon as possible.
    Thanks

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