2022 Newest HP Pavilion 15.6″ FHD 1080P IPS Laptop, 8-Core AMD Ryzen 7-5700U(Up to 4.3GHz, Beat i7-1180G7), 32GB RAM, 1TB NVMe SSD, Numpad, HDMI, WiFi, USB-A&C, Fast Charge, Audio by B&O, Win11 Electronics
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【15.6″ FHD IPS micro-edge Display】Ultra-wide 178-degree viewing angles with consistent detail and a vibrant 1920 x 1080 resolution, you’ll always have a great view of your favorite content. 【AMD Ryzen 7 5700U】Push the limit for desktop computing with AMD Ryzen 7 processors. Their bold new architecture delivers intuitive cooling and multi-core processing for gaming, streaming, creativity, VR, and more. 【Upgrade to 32GB DDR4 RAM】Get the mighty performance out of your laptop with support of the latest DDR4-3200 memory. Enjoy the faster system speed and responsiveness, the new standard will take your gaming experience to the next level. 【Upgraded storage to 1TB PCIe SSD】Provides massive storage space for huge files, so that you can store important digital data and work your way through it with ease. It gives you enormous space to save all of your files. 【Fast charge & Accessorise】Go from 0 to 50% charge in approximately 45 minutes. Ghost Manta Accessories Included 1x HDMI Cable, 1x USB extension cord, 1x Mouse Pad.
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4 reviews for 2022 Newest HP Pavilion 15.6″ FHD 1080P IPS Laptop, 8-Core AMD Ryzen 7-5700U(Up to 4.3GHz, Beat i7-1180G7), 32GB RAM, 1TB NVMe SSD, Numpad, HDMI, WiFi, USB-A&C, Fast Charge, Audio by B&O, Win11 Electronics
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great update from my 10 yr old lenovo t430.it is light and super fast, sturdy built and i like the touch.setup was easy and upgraded to win 11 in no time. fabulous interface. like the new windows!very happy with the purcahse.
Hari Krishna –
Overall performance of the laptop is good. I primarily bought it for educational purposes and it definitely meets my needs.
Dmitry Garanin –
I bought this laptop for scientific computing, and I was waiting for one with an 8-core processor for parallelized computations. When I saw a Ryzen 8-core processor, 32 GB RAM, and the price, ~$900 before tax, it ticked. This HP-Ryzen laptop exceeded my expectations in speed and energy efficiency. I ran a benchmark test of Wolfram Mathematica (the software I use for computations) and the results were far above all other computers listed there for comparison. At the same time, the laptop does not consume much energy, its power adapted is small. I run a parallelized computation using all 8 cores for hours and the laptop’s body is only a little bit warm. I do not hear any sound of the fan. This is a huge step forward in comparison to my previous laptops with Intel i7 processors that consumed a lot of energy and were getting hot even in the idling regime.On the other hand, it is apparently not a gaming laptop as it has an AMD Radeon graphics card, no expensive Nvidia that I don’t need. Comparable gaming laptops (8 cores) on Amazon cost twice as much.I haven’t found any serious drawbacks yet. A small drawback is that the keyboard is not illuminated from within, the body of this laptop and its keys are gray, while inscriptions on the keys are not white but grayish. With low light, you don’t see them well, and you cannot work at night without a light. The keyboard is much better visible on my preceding Dell Inspiron laptop (Intel i5, also energy efficient and overall good) that has a black surface and keys, white key inscriptions, and keyboard illumination.
I use the laptop for PowerPoints, projection, Xcel, etc. Utilize it on a network and it hooked right up and worked great. Not a single complaint. Love it!