|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 Pixels|
|Memory Speed||2666 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel Graphics_coprocessor|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||0.01 MB|
|Wireless Type||Bluetooth, 802.11ac|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||3|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||41 Watt Hours|
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2020 HP 15 15.6" HD Touchscreen Premium Laptop - 10th Gen Intel Core i5-1035G1, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, USB Type-C, HDMI, Windows 10 - Silver W
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|Series||HP i5 touch|
|Display Size||15.6 Inches|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
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- Fast Processor 10th Generation intel(r) core(tm) i5-1035g1 Processor quad-core 1 0 GHz Base frequency up to 3 6 GHz with Intel's) Turbo Boost Technology
- Display 15 6-Inch diagonal HD SVA bright View micro-edge WLED-backlit touchscreen display (1366 x 768)
- Fast boot up with SSD Boot up in seconds transfer files without waiting hours and enjoy a snappier experience with the internal solid-state drive 512 GB pcie(r) nvme(tm) M 2 Solid State Drive
- 1 HDMI 1 4b 1 headphone/microphone combo 1 USB 3 1 Type-C Gen 1 (Data Transfer up to 5 Gb/s) 2 USB 3 1 Gen 1 (Data transfer only) 1 AC smart pin
- Windows 10 Home No DVD
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We sell computers with professional upgrade and customization The manufacturer box is opened for testing and inspection and installation of upgrades to achieve the specifications as advertised Defects and blemishes are significantly reduced by professional inspection and testing Screen size 15 6 in HD WLED display (1366 x 768) Processor Intel Core i5-1035G1 1 0 GHz up to 3 6 GHz Memory 16GB DDR4 2666 MHz Hard drive size 512GB SSD Operating system Windows 10 Home 64-bit PC type Laptop Optical drive None Media drive None Audio HD audio with stereo speakers Video Intel UHD Graphics Ports 1 USB 3 1 Gen 1 Type-C 2 USB 3 1 Gen 1 Type-A 1 HDMI 1 4 1 DisplayPort 1 headphone/microphone combo jack Battery 41Whr 3-cell lithium-ion battery Camera HP TrueVision HD camera Wireless Realtek RTL8821CE 802 11ac Bluetooth Bluetooth 4 2 Dimensions 9 53 x 14 11 x 0 71 in (242 06 x 358 39 x 18 03 mm) Weight 3 75 lbs (1 70 kgs) Color Natural silver and ash silver description "Legendary Computer sells computers" changed to "We sell computers"
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In a nutshell, this offers Windows workstation performance with Chromebook simplicity/pricing.
Well I bought this on Dec 16th 19', so I figured an update was in order. It is still running strong and I think that I have put it through its paces particularly on Steam gaming. Some might say that the UHD G1 graphics are a bit "light in the loafers" I think that it is fine for the 1366x768p screen. I got the latest "Resident Evil" demo to run albeit at mild settings but it still looked spectacular and acceptable frame rates. Some other newer titles like Destiny 2 will probably be a bit much rendered on the machine. For older stuff like Portal2 you can run maxed out.
The Intel 660p QLC drive is also really good i think for the price. Through installing and deleting I have about 2TB worth of mileage on the drive, still very fast, no wear according to S.M.A.R.T.
I have not had any issues with the wi-fi on my unit. I know it is not the fastest solution out there but on my Asus AC1300 router I get 325mbps from a different floor of the house the hypotenuse length being about 20-25 through a floor and a wall. I can game on Google Stadia and download a series of torrents and keep my Comcast 100mbps service relatively transmitting a lot of data for hours with no drop-offs on the Wi-Fi. Now granted I am stationary, I'm not jumping from tabletop to tabletop confusing the beam-forming of the router.
So, it a solid performer that can handle some pretty heavy stuff thrown at it.
*end of update*
- A cheap deal for a competitive performance laptop
- Thin & Lightweight (Easy to carry)
- Large storage space for basically any consumer need
- Comes with HP Customer Service application on set-up (1-year warranty)
If you're like me, you hate to buy something without the full confidence in the product first. Believe me, it's difficult sometimes to buy things online due to the limitation of only being able to rely on other customer's reviews before the product is purchased and arrives at your doorstep. However, I have a pretty positive outlook on this laptop for its price. I attached a few photos to showcase its exterior mechanisms, as well as showcase a general size of what laptop to expect in real-world size (as opposed to reading numbers and expecting to visualize that in your head). The laptop is about 23cm length by 35-36cm width with a thickness of 1.5 cm. The weight is as advertised, it's comfortable to carry around and will fit in thin spaces; it won't occupy too much room in a backpack or luggage. For its technical aspects, I used a free CPU test online called UserBenchmark to compare its performance to other users who also documented their computers/laptops. (This provides a bias as it only takes into account for users who test their computers on that specific software, but it's still a good comparison to get a general idea of the performance the laptop provides.) Attached also is the report containing simplified and relevant data to its specifications. Its computing power is where this computer shines the most, as it performs in the top 75%+ percentile, which is what most consumers will desire, as GPU is of less importance in that they don't intend to purchase a cheaper laptop with the intentions to play heavier & more demanding video games on it. I was actually pleasantly surprised to hear of a lower pricing laptop that came with 16GB of RAM, which is almost unheard of for this price range, and although I didn't document how much free space was available upon receiving and setting it up, there is still ~400+ GB available after transferring the bulk of my applications and user data from my old laptop. For the price it's set at, I personally think it's a great deal since its competitors will often price the same specifications for almost twice the price. As a side note, HP doesn't load the computer with so many useless applications as Lenovo does that the consumer will more than likely never use... (occupying memory). Overall, very happy & satisfied with my purchase, I would thoroughly recommend it, and I look forward to programming code with this laptop.
This laptop comes equipt with the Realtek RTL8821CE 802.11ac WiFi adapter. This piece of hardware is garbage. Don't take my word for it either, do some Google searches on it! Put in the part name + "disconnect" and issues come up in abundance. There are a multitude of threads on HPs own website, dating back from 2018 even, about how this WiFi adapter constantly disconnects or misbehave.
The "solutions" that HP gives to to download a specific driver. Click the link and the file does not exist! And that's if you're able to get that far before the chip disconnects. The first 3 solutions I checked out did this, I'm not going to waste any more time with it right now.
Summary: good specs, but the WiFi chip constantly disconnects, even requiring restart to fix it. Happens instantly after reboot sometimes. Stay away from this product until a fix for the WiFi chip is implemented. Planning on returning this headache of a computer unless I can find a fix. This is just so sad because I used to love HP products. Definitely gonna have to think twice before purchasing from them again.