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HP Pavilion 15.6" FHD Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7-9750H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 4GB, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Shadow Black w/ Acid Green Backlit Keyboard, 15-dk0055wm

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<p>The thin and powerful HP Pavilion 15-dk0055wm Gaming Laptop lets you experience high-grade graphics and processing power that meets your gaming and multitasking needs. Take on anything and everything with a 9th generation Intel Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce graphics. A high-resolution display with fast refresh rate delivers smooth gameplay visuals, while also bringing entertainment and content to life. The HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop is equipped with a dual fan system for enhanced thermal cooling. Wide rear corner vents and additional air inlets maximize airflow to optimize your overall performance and stability, keeping the machine cool during extended usage. A sleek micro-edge bezel display provides a maximum viewing experience while the front-firing speakers with AUDIO by B&amp;O deliver powerful, custom-tuned sound. Bring home the HP Pavilion 15-dk0055wm Gaming Laptop today.</p> <br />

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This HP Pavilion gaming laptop PC is the fastest computer I have ever used. It has an Intel Core i7-9750H processor, 8 GB SDRAM, 256 GB solid state drive, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphic. The computer starts almost instantaneously, and Chrome browser is up in a few seconds. It is so much faster than my i7 desktop. I guess every component contribute something to the speed of this computer. I downloaded a few programs from the Internet, including iTune. It took only several minutes for me to transfer my 3000 plus songs from an external hard drive. Both Internet and non-Internet games work smoothly. Games like Cities: Skylines and Maple Story 2 require a lot processing power. This laptop handles them nicely. As far as games are concerned, the 15.6 inch display may be the weak point of the laptop. There is a HDMI port. It may be possible to connect the laptop to a TV set for playing games. The built-in speakers are unremarkable. Since the laptop has Bluetooth function, I connected a small Bluetooth speaker to it, and the sound quality was much improved. People who desire better quality sound should invest in a good speaker system. There is touch pad, and it works fine. But I found that an external mouse is a lot more useful. There is no optical drive. Most programs can be downloaded from the Internet. For older programs on discs, it is possible to copy the files to a USB drive using another computer, and then install the program from the USB drive. Another option is to use an external optical drive. I recommend this laptop to anyone who loves speed.

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The thin and powerful HP Pavilion 15-dk0055wm Gaming Laptop lets you experience high-grade graphics and processing power that meets your gaming and multitasking needs. Take on anything and everything with a 9th generation Intel Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce graphics. A high-resolution display with fast refresh rate delivers smooth gameplay visuals, while also bringing entertainment and content to life. The HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop is equipped with a dual fan system for enhanced thermal cooling. Wide rear corner vents and additional air inlets maximize airflow to optimize your overall performance and stability, keeping the machine cool during extended usage. A sleek micro-edge bezel display provides a maximum viewing experience while the front-firing speakers with AUDIO by B&O deliver powerful, custom-tuned sound. Bring home the HP Pavilion 15-dk0055wm Gaming Laptop today.


HP Pavilion 15-dk0055wm Gaming Laptop:
  • Experience high-grade graphics and processing power that meets your gaming and multitasking needs
  • Processor: 9th generation Intel Core i7-9750H
  • NVIDIA GeForce graphics
  • Fast refresh rate delivers smooth gameplay visuals
  • 8GB SDRAM
  • Equipped with a dual fan system for enhanced thermal cooling
  • Wide rear corner vents and additional air inlets maximize airflow
  • Front-firing speakers with AUDIO by B&O deliver powerful, custom-tuned sound

Specifications

Processor Type
Intel Core i7-9750H
Hard Drive Capacity
256 GB
Condition
New
Processor Speed
2.6 GHz
Manufacturer Part Number
7FT15UA#ABA
Wireless Technology
802.11b/g/n/ac
RAM Memory
8 GB
Maximum RAM Supported
32 GB
Operating System
Windows 10
Battery Life
8 h
Model
15-dk0055wm
Screen Size
15.6"
Brand
HP

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A very fast laptop

This HP Pavilion gaming laptop PC is the fastest computer I have ever used. It has an Intel Core i7-9750H processor, 8 GB SDRAM, 256 GB solid state drive, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphic. The computer starts almost instantaneously, and Chrome browser is up in a few seconds. It is so much faster than my i7 desktop. I guess every component contribute something to the speed of this computer.

I downloaded a few programs from the Internet, including iTune. It took only several minutes for me to transfer my 3000 plus songs from an external hard drive. Both Internet and non-Internet games work smoothly. Games like Cities: Skylines and Maple Story 2 require a lot processing power. This laptop handles them nicely. As far as games are concerned, the 15.6 inch display may be the weak point of the laptop. There is a HDMI port. It may be possible to connect the laptop to a TV set for playing games. The built-in speakers are unremarkable. Since the laptop has Bluetooth function, I connected a small Bluetooth speaker to it, and the sound quality was much improved. People who desire better quality sound should invest in a good speaker system.

There is touch pad, and it works fine. But I found that an external mouse is a lot more useful. There is no optical drive. Most programs can be downloaded from the Internet. For older programs on discs, it is possible to copy the files to a USB drive using another computer, and then install the program from the USB drive. Another option is to use an external optical drive.

I recommend this laptop to anyone who loves speed.

HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop

HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop is a powerful laptop that lets you experience high grade graphics and processing power. It has a high resolution display with a fast refresh rate that delivers smooth game play visuals. Wide core vents and air inlets maximize air flow to keep the machine cool always. It has a HDMI port, USB port and RJ-45 jack with a USB type C port and a Memory card reader. Enabled with internal microphones, a camera and a touchpad, a great laptop that can be used for official or personal use.

Great basic gaming laptop!!!!! NEEDS MORE STORAGE!

This laptop has a very sleek and sturdy design. It is a heavier laptop than most, but that is to be expected. It stays cool when playing demanding games. It has a backlit keyboard that is only available in green. The computer does not get hot easily, which is a fantastic, as other laptops often do when running larger games. I played Shadow of the Tomb Raider on this laptop with settings all set to high and it ran at around 52 FPS (frames per second) which is quite good for a laptop. The screen is very clear and anti-glare but is a fingerprint magnet. It would be nice if this computer did have more storage on a mass storage drive or a higher capacity SSD. After downloading three games, I have the hard drive ¾ full. After a few games and large windows updates, it will not take long to fill this computer. Aside from the ports seen in the attached photo, there are two addition USBs and a headphone jack on the opposite side. This is a laptop that is meant to be used for gaming. If you are not planning to use this laptop for gaming, it's best to buy something else, as this computer has hardware that is meant to be pushed in a way in which games can. This is not meant to be a glorified laptop used to do office work (although it can do that). I would recommend this laptop, but additional storage is an absolute must!!!

Awesome Gaming Laptop!!

This HP Pavilion gaming laptop, has so many cool features. First of all this laptop has a nice sleek thin design. This laptop has a really fast refreshing rate so your graphics don't look choppy. The screen size is 15.6 full HD display which makes it a nice size to be able to see everything. The setup of the laptop was super simple. As soon as you plug it in and turn it on, the laptop starts speaking and walks you right through the whole setup, which makes this a great feature. When you turn it on the the keyboard lights up with a bright green color which is really cool looking. My son is a serious gamer and this laptop handles all the graphics with ease. This also has a dual fan system and extra vents to prevent this gaming laptop from overheating and to keep things running smoothly. I also like the fact that it has front-firing speakers which makes for great sound quality. This laptop is made for a gamer, so if you are looking for a top notch, high quality laptop for gaming that gives you great sound quality and smooth graphics look no further, this will be everything you are looking for in a "gaming" laptop!!!

Blazing fast! Excellent graphics! Good build

This is a blazing fast laptop. It is true to the advertising that it's a gamer laptop. I downloaded Destiny 2 from Steam and it played at full specs with no stutters or lag at all (the download took forever at almost 80GB!) The graphics quality is excellent. The keyboard looks great when it lights up - the green color is easy on the eyes when it's in a dark room. I like that there isn't a bunch of other led lights on it like so many other "gamer" rigs have.

It's got two fans that are pretty quiet, but keep the system cool, even when it's sitting on my lap - one little gripe, the rubber "feet" are a little sharp when it's on my lap and I'm wearing shorts. I bought a lap-desk so no more issues with that.

The 8GB of memory lets it cruise through everything I've tossed at it, from the game I described above to some moderate video editing. Gotta love the dedicated graphics processor - it really blows away all the integrated graphics chips I've used before.

Two very minor issues: 1) a little concerned about the small hinge - it seems secure, but it's very narrow. 2) the SSD is kind of small at only 256GB - a couple games and it'll be overloaded.

Overall, an awesome machine that does what it says very well

Great laptop for a casual gamer

Boots up quickly, and the graphics are amazing! I enjoy playing The Sims and Civilization and this laptop plays them beautifully. The green lighted keyboard is a nice bonus.

Works very well & Budget FRIENDLY!

This laptop was perfect for my son a beginning computer gamer. AND IT DIDN'T BREAK THE BANK. The graphics card was ok for the price. Overall it ran smooth and was perfect for what he wanted it for.

A decent entry level gaming laptop

For this review I've chosen four games to try out: 1). GRID: Ultimate Edition; 2). Remnant: From the Ashes; 3). Gears 5; and one of my all-time favorites 4). Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. I will also setup a few applications and several media files as well.

After I updated Windows and all the necessary drivers, I then attempted to install Gears 5 but ran into problems. The install process would not complete and hang for more than 7 hours until I halted the process. It turns out that the gaming laptop's 8GB of memory was insufficient to install the game, and to remedy this problem I had to limit the installer's usage to 2 GB of RAM. GRID also encountered the same installation problems, and I had to reinstall it by once again limiting the RAM usage to 2 GB. I must mention that these are *highly compressed* game files, and chances are that you may not be subject to these types of problems if you are installing these particular games from a normal installation disk. The reason I prefer this format is because the games are much smaller in size than average; which enables me to store a large number of them on my desktop's storage drives. Anyway, Ghost Recon Wildlands and Remnant from the Ashes were somehow installed without me having to limit the RAM usage.

The gameplay was smooth for most of the part, but because this laptop's GTX 1650 graphics card is preconfigured with only 4GB of video memory, I could not play the games in their highest settings...which is "Ultra". This is very frustrating indeed because the graphics card cannot be upgraded, but the RAM can in fact be upgraded to 32 GBs. Nevertheless the games still looked good on medium settings but the graphics card limitation and current low RAM are something to be considered. In my opinion, the visual aspect is an essential part of a more fulfilling and immersed gaming experience, and the video memory will likely have a big impact performance wise on games that require a greater amount than a meager 4GB.

The movies wre crisp and clear, and the voice dialogue from the onboard speakers are very adequate. HP's built-in microphone is very powerful and responsive, and I was quite surprised to learn that I can actually use the microphone to navigate through Nuance's DragonDictate speech recognition program without the need to buy or use an external microphone headset. The laptop's 720p Webcam video quality was okay and seems to be adequate enough for my video conferencing needs but I wasn't overly impressed with the quality. This is not to say that the quality was poor, its just that I was expecting a better resolution from a seemingly higher end laptop. Vloggers and Youtube content creators may want to consider this if they're seeking at least a 1080p or higher-quality output. The photo shot quality (0.9MP, 1280x720) is acceptable but nowhere near eye-catching.

Although the keyboard itself does not appear to have any changeable color settings, I actually like and prefer the nice warm green color backlight.The backlights automatically turn off after 30 seconds of none keyboard usage - presumably to save power during battery operation.

However, I do find the up and down arrow keys difficult to navigate because they are clustered very close together with little to no spacing between them. As a person who enjoys first-person shooter games and utilizes keyboard + mouse combinations for movement, it is crucial to me that the arrow keys are unencumbered and easily assessable. So far I have been adapting okay with this situation and hopefully I'll overcome this problem soon. Race car games like GRID worked fine with my Xbox Controller plugged in, and I would have been more enjoyable if my racing wheel was functional.

One thing I did find annoying was the system's random freezing and stuttering. This happened a lot during Windows' login, clicking/moving around File Explorer, and occasionally while using various applications. The mouse pointer's delayed response behavior was quite noticeable during music playback (which sounded great with stereo headphones) with a portable app called foobar, and I'm not sure if playing my music from the SD card device is contributing to this or not. While playing Gears of War 5, I also experienced severe stuttering after the first 32 minutes when playing the game on battery power alone. The frames-per-second rate alternated between 5 to 27 fps and nearly rendered the game unplayable at times. Finally, after 1 hour and 2 minutes of gameplay, the system halted all activities and then automatically shut down the power.

I must say that I was VERY IMPRESSED with how the cooling system handled the heating issues. The bottom of the laptop remained barely 'lukewarm' during the entire gaming session, and the rear exhaust fans performed excellently by drawing out the heat through the back vents of the unit. All the while, the cooling fans were exceptionally quiet and I didn't even notice that they were on...amazing!

I'm not only impressed with the cooling system design and performance, but I also like overall layout of the laptop itself. Instead having most of the cord inputs and outputs located at the back of the unit, the plugs and ports are situated on each side of the laptop and provides much more easier access.

For this review I've chosen four games to try out: 1). GRID: Ultimate Edition; 2). Remnant: From the Ashes; 3). Gears 5; and one of my all-time favorites 4). Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. I will also setup a few applications and several media files as well.

After I updated Windows and all the necessary drivers, I then attempted to install Gears 5 but ran into problems. The install process would not complete and hang for more than 7 hours until I halted the process. It turns out that the gaming laptop's 8GB of memory was insufficient to install the game, and to remedy this problem I had to limit the installer's usage to 2 GB of RAM. GRID also encountered the same installation problems, and I had to reinstall it by once again limiting the RAM usage to 2 GB. I must mention that these are *highly compressed* game files, and chances are that you may not be subject to these types of problems if you are installing these particular games from a normal installation disk. The reason I prefer this format is because the games are much smaller in size than average; which enables me to store a large number of them on my desktop's storage drives. Anyway, Ghost Recon Wildlands and Remnant from the Ashes were somehow installed without me having to limit the RAM usage.

The gameplay was smooth for most of the part, but because this laptop's GTX 1650 graphics card is preconfigured with only 4GB of video memory, I could not play the games in their highest settings...which is "Ultra". This is very frustrating indeed because the graphics card cannot be upgraded, but the RAM can in fact be upgraded to 32 GBs. Nevertheless the games still looked good on medium settings but the graphics card limitation and current low RAM are something to be considered. In my opinion, the visual aspect is an essential part of a more fulfilling and immersed gaming experience, and the video memory will likely have a big impact performance wise on games that require a greater amount than a meager 4GB.

The movies wre crisp and clear, and the voice dialogue from the onboard speakers are very adequate. HP's built-in microphone is very powerful and responsive, and I was quite surprised to learn that I can actually use the microphone to navigate through Nuance's DragonDictate speech recognition program without the need to buy or use an external microphone headset. The laptop's 720p Webcam video quality was okay and seems to be adequate enough for my video conferencing needs but I wasn't overly impressed with the quality. This is not to say that the quality was poor, its just that I was expecting a better resolution from a seemingly higher end laptop. Vloggers and Youtube content creators may want to consider this if they're seeking at least a 1080p or higher-quality output. The photo shot quality (0.9MP, 1280x720) is acceptable but nowhere near eye-catching.

Although the keyboard itself does not appear to have any changeable color settings, I actually like and prefer the nice warm green color backlight.The backlights automatically turn off after 30 seconds of none keyboard usage - presumably to save power during battery operation.

However, I do find the up and down arrow keys difficult to navigate because they are clustered very close together with little to no spacing between them. As a person who enjoys first-person shooter games and utilizes keyboard + mouse combinations for movement, it is crucial to me that the arrow keys are unencumbered and easily assessable. So far I have been adapting okay with this situation and hopefully I'll overcome this problem soon. Race car games like GRID worked fine with my Xbox Controller plugged in, and I would have been more enjoyable if my racing wheel was functional.

One thing I did find annoying was the system's random freezing and stuttering. This happened a lot during Windows' login, clicking/moving around File Explorer, and occasionally while using various applications. The mouse pointer's delayed response behavior was quite noticeable during music playback (which sounded great with stereo headphones) with a portable app called foobar, and I'm not sure if playing my music from the SD card device is contributing to this or not. While playing Gears of War 5, I also experienced severe stuttering after the first 32 minutes when playing the game on battery power alone. The frames-per-second rate alternated between 5 to 27 fps and nearly rendered the game unplayable at times. Finally, after 1 hour and 2 minutes of gameplay, the system halted all activities and then automatically shut down the power.

I must say that I was VERY IMPRESSED with how the cooling system handled the heating issues. The bottom of the laptop remained barely 'lukewarm' during the entire gaming session, and the rear exhaust fans performed excellently by drawing out the heat through the back vents of the unit. All the while, the cooling fans were exceptionally quiet and I didn't even notice that they were on...amazing!

I'm not only impressed with the cooling system design and performance, but I also like overall layout of the laptop itself. Instead having most of the cord inputs and outputs located at the back of the unit, the plugs and ports are situated on each side of the laptop and provides much more easier access.

All in all, this is a decent entry level gaming laptop. My only regret is that it wasn't configured with a much more robust graphics card to handle the demanding video memory requirements of today's and tomorrow's games. The 265 GB hard drive that is configured with with this system is small, and since there is one more available drive bay I will look into buying and installing another drive for added storage space. For better performance I will also look into doubling the current RAM capacity too. I plan on using this laptop for mostly business applications and mild gaming purposes.

All in all, this is a decent entry level gaming laptop. My only regret is that it wasn't configured with a much more robust graphics card to handle the demanding video memory requirements of today's and tomorrow's games. The 265 GB hard drive that is configured with with this system is small, and since there is one more available drive bay I will look into buying and installing another drive for added storage space. For better performance I will also look into doubling the current RAM capacity too. I plan on using this laptop for mostly business applications and mild gaming purposes.

Good Laptop but not Great !

OK first thing I have to say is I was so excited to be able to secure one of these gaming laptops before they were all gone.

HP shipped one out to me ASAP.

I will say it is very heavy compared to the laptop I had used in the past.

I set up the laptop and it is pretty nice minus all the Microsoft junk.

*OK some of the minor things I didn't like about the laptop:

The weight, it's kind of heavy.

The keyboard is slightly shifted to the left, I just need to get used to it.

I don't care for the trackpad, again I have to get used to it.

The monitor seems a little flimsy the way its mounted.

The hard drive could have been bigger.

The battery didn't last long in my mind but then again I have all the power settings and lighting maxed.

The worst was setup, you're required to log in with a Microsoft email but I ended up logging in with a local account ( you might not want to do this but I prefer this way )

*Ok now for the good:

I love the backlit keyboard.

I like the color and texture.

The laptop comes with 2 fans and keeps the laptop super cool.

The speed of this laptop is amazing along with video, the audio is ok.

I'm sure this would be a great gaming laptop for you gamers out there, I plan on using the laptop for video editing.

I did download and install a game which it handled just fine.

I have started using the laptop to run Autodesk Fusion 360 which is a CAD application I use to design projects to print out on my 3D printer.

The application is CPU/Memory intensive but runs nicely on this laptop.

I hope this helps someone down the road.

I would have to say it's an ok laptop but not a great laptop, maybe with more memory and a bigger drive it would be.

Solid entry, improvement over old designs

So this is a tight little number! Totally different than many other laptops you might have seen in this price range. But with the flex monitor, definitely has some incredibly style for a mid-range laptop.

Pros:

Sharp look, thin design, HD IPS screen

SSD hard drive

Geforce Graphics card

Great sound- front firing

Great cooling, didn't get hot for me.

It's fast. I didn't push it to the max, but it handled everything I did.

Very thin!

Small bezel on monitor, very attractive.

Decent keyboard. Not thinkpad level, but close.

Cons:

Don't think you can change the backlighting. If you can, I can't figure it out.

I wish they had just spent a little more and given it 16GB of ram

For the price point, this one is a stunner and also has some nice performance perks.

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1. Up to a 1TB hard drive is available for this model, however only authorized service providers can upgrade this laptop. http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06377664
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