Hp Pavilion Review

The HP Pavilion 15-n207tu is a complete, albeit simple, laptop with the most necessary to satisfy the user. The device has a good screen and excellent sound, not to mention a decent battery life. However, it’s underpowered at this price and we’ve certainly seen better hardware and more features at the same price, including the Sony VAIO Fit 15e or the Lenovo Ideapad G500s.we only recommend this device if you’re a die-hard HP fan.

HP PAVILION 15-N207TU DETAILED REVIEW

What would normally be a discreet and unobtrusive HP laptop has become a real community media center thanks to the large screen and relatively loud speakers that HP has adapted to the Pavilion 15-n207tu. How’s everything else going?

Design and construction

The design of the laptop is quite unobtrusive. This is an HP laptop and everyone who is familiar with its designs will immediately recognize this laptop for what it is. The glossy surface is a feature of HP and otherwise we don’t have much to say. The construction, as expected, is good, the hinge is stable, it does not squeak everywhere – it’s just a sturdy laptop.


Features and Specifications

The laptop is exactly what you expect. An inexpensive laptop with i3 technology with 4 GB of RAM, a 500 GB hard drive, the usual connectivity options such as HDMI, 2 USB 3.0 ports and a USB 2.0 port, not to mention a card reader and an Ethernet port. However, you get an optical drive and a numeric keypad, which is a huge plus in the books of those who need it.

We would have liked to see a touch screen and an SSD, but this is an inexpensive laptop, from which you really can’t expect much for the price.


Power

The performance is exactly what you would expect from an i3 laptop. It scored 2435 points on the PCMark 8 local benchmark, 33836 on the 3DMark ice storm test and 389 on the Fire Strike test.

This is the boring part. It is interesting that this laptop was able to boot for three hours during our (intensive) tests. We would expect the laptop to last four hours without problems if you pay a little attention and significantly reduce the brightness of the screen.

It is worth mentioning the laptop screen. This is one of the best we’ve seen recently, but not the best, especially due to the great contrast ratio (of 97:1). The brightness is low at 70 cd/m^2, but it’s still pretty good for the average user, so let’s not forget that the viewing angles are pretty good.

The speakers are also quite good, quite loud and audible in a slightly noisy room. It’s good if you’re a high school student who entertains his friends with a movie or something.

Conclusion

The HP Pavilion 15-n207tu is a complete, albeit simple, laptop with the most necessary to satisfy the user. The device has a good screen and excellent sound, not to mention a decent battery life. However, it’s underpowered at this price and we’ve certainly seen better hardware and more features at the same price, including the Sony VAIO Fit 15e or the Lenovo Ideapad G500s.we only recommend this device if you’re a die-hard HP fan.

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