1. castoridae's Avatar
    So my 8+ year old PC is almost dead. I'm thinking of buying
    the HP Pavilion 10 Touchsmart 10-e020ca Notebook PC.
    The price is right at approx $349.99
    It has bluetooth and I have a Dell bluetooth mouse.
    It also has whats called home/student Microsoft office, and this looks better than the old old microsoft office I'm using now.
    So I'm really interested to know if anyone knows this laotop and if it works well with my Z10 and playbooks.
    Many thanks for any advice.
    10-29-14 07:33 PM
  2. rebroker2009's Avatar
    Shouldn't be a problem for your Z10. Your playbook should bridge with you phone right?

    Blackberry Passport on the TELUS network
    10-29-14 07:44 PM
  3. castoridae's Avatar
    Shouldn't be a problem for your Z10. Your playbook should bridge with you phone right?

    Blackberry Passport on the TELUS network
    I haven't tried to bridge yet. I've only had mt Z10 for a couple of weeks.
    10-29-14 07:59 PM
  4. rebroker2009's Avatar
    I haven't tried to bridge yet. I've only had mt Z10 for a couple of weeks.
    Have you ever bridged a bb device with your playbook previously?
    10-30-14 12:50 AM
  5. castoridae's Avatar
    Have you ever bridged a bb device with your playbook previously?
    No, the Z10 is my first smartphone, so I didn't haave anything to bridge the playbook withbefore. But my old computer is all but dead, so I'm thinking of ordering this HP laptop. I just don't want to have it delivered and find its not really useful.
    10-30-14 08:16 AM
  6. mh1983's Avatar
    What do you mean by " if it works well with my Z10 and playbooks."? If you could provide more specifics about what you're trying to do, that would help.
    10-30-14 08:31 AM
  7. rthonpm's Avatar
    So long as it has USB, you're good. Even if it didn't you still have SMB as a way of connecting to both devices so you're in good shape either way.
    castoridae likes this.
    10-30-14 09:26 AM
  8. castoridae's Avatar
    What do you mean by " if it works well with my Z10 and playbooks."? If you could provide more specifics about what you're trying to do, that would help.
    Well, I will want to put the BBPB, and BB Desktop Manager on it for uploading music from the playbook to the computer to then move the music onto my iPod classic. I also tape alot of my music sessions on an MP3 recorder and then upload them to my iTunes to download these to the iPod for pracice purposes.
    10-30-14 10:33 AM
  9. Gooseberry Falls's Avatar
    So my 8+ year old PC is almost dead. I'm thinking of buying
    the HP Pavilion 10 Touchsmart 10-e020ca Notebook PC.
    The price is right at approx $349.99
    It has bluetooth and I have a Dell bluetooth mouse.
    It also has whats called home/student Microsoft office, and this looks better than the old old microsoft office I'm using now.
    So I'm really interested to know if anyone knows this laotop and if it works well with my Z10 and playbooks.
    Many thanks for any advice.
    Bluetooth not listed in the specs, unless you are having it built?
    HP Pavilion 10 TouchSmart 10-e020ca Notebook PC - HP Shopping Canada
    SilverSfr likes this.
    10-30-14 02:51 PM
  10. castoridae's Avatar
    Bluetooth not listed in the specs, unless you are having it built?
    HP Pavilion 10 TouchSmart 10-e020ca Notebook PC - HP Shopping Canada
    Doesn't matter,I can use a plug-in mouse; just hate touch pads.
    10-30-14 03:25 PM

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