All is excelent with the laptop but inside I wanted to expand more space adding a HDD but has not the conector for it.... why???. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
About This Item
- Operating system: Windows 10 Home
- Processor: 10th Generation IntelÂ® Core i5-1035G1
- Display: 15.6-inch diagonal FHD IPS BrightView micro-edge WLED-backlit
- Memory: 8 GB DDR4-2666 SDRAM (1 x 8 GB)
- Internal storage: 512 GB IntelÂ® SSD + 32 GB IntelÂ® Optane memory
- Graphics: IntelÂ® UHD Graphics
- Sound: Audio by B&O with dual speakers
- Battery life: Up to 10 hours (mixed usage)
- Wireless: IntelÂ® Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 (2x2) and BluetoothÂ® 5 Combo (Supporting Gigabit file transfer speeds) (MU-MIMO supported)
- Camera: HP Wide Vision HD Camera with integrated dual array digital microphone
- Product weight: 4.08 lb
- This item was manufactured in 2020
- Google Classroom Compatible
1.0 GHz base frequency, up to 3.6 GHz with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology
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Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 (2x2) and Bluetooth® 5 Combo(Supporting Gigabit file transfer speeds)(MU-MIMO supported)
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HP Wide Vision HD Camera: 88-degree, wide-angle field of view for video chats with the whole family
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The HP Pavilion 15 Laptop PC is super thin and light but still feels sturdy. Out of the box setup is super simple. You only have to answer a few questions and it's ready to use in only a few minutes. It boots up pretty quick thanks to the speedy half terabyte SSD drive. The full HD screen is really bright and is plenty big enough. The keyboard has a nice feel. The 8gb memory is more than enough for normal day to day tasks. The mouse pad does not have separate buttons for right and left click and that took a little getting used to, but once you get used to it, it's second nature. Of course, it has WIFI that was really easy to get connected on my home router and the addition of Bluetooth is a plus. The computer itself seems pretty responsive, most likely due to the combination of the SSD drive, 32gb optane memory and the i5 cpu. The built-in speakers are pretty decent for a laptop. Battery life seems great so far. I've never used it more than a few hours at a time away from an AC plug, so I've never drained the battery. Overall, it's a really nice mid-level laptop that I would recommend to anyone.
This is the latest in a solid line of HP laptops. The unpacking and setup was smooth - I was up and running 10 minutes after opening the box.
The laptop has solid construction, is fast to boot, and runs well. Well-equipped with a 512GB SSD, 8GB of RAM and an i5 CPU.
It has a nice row of front-facing speakers which give great sound.
Battery life is excellent.
Overall, HP makes great laptops and this is an excellent example. Fully recommend.
This laptop is a nice change from a desktop or older laptop. I was amazed to find how little it weighs! All the specifications are listed, so I am not going to bore anyone by writing about them. I know the weight is listed, but was still surprised how light the laptop is. All anyone needs to do is remove it from the box an get right on it. It is as simple as that. I think every computer model has a learning curve, because new products are always different from what one is used to. However, PCs are generally similar so it does not take long to figure out what is new. If you are used to a Mac you will find it takes a bit longer to adjust to a PC, but it is easily done, and you will be able to easily learn everything you need to know. This laptop capable of handling different applications and switching between them. The battery life is fantastic, but like every computer, dependent on what you are doing. If you play a lot of music while working the battery length will decrease. If you have only email or a document open the battery will last a long time. I cannot foresee the battery ever running out quickly though. For most people it will probably last 2-3 days.
In summary, this is recommended.
Very fast PC with quick setup
I love the speed of this PC, and the set up was about the easiest I have ever had. Microsoft 365 set up occurred with our Windows setup, several file locations and links were also set up for us (One Drive), and the printer setup was very easy. Nice job, HP!
Great Features and Blazing Speed
When I discovered that my old HP laptop (which I thought was 5 years old but turned out to be 8 years old) couldn't support the latest Zoom updates, it clearly was time to invest in a new laptop. With my tech advisor's help, I chose this model because of its features, especially the storage space, and its ability to be customized. Although the moving of old files and information, etc.from the old to the new laptop was riddled with problems and glitches and turned into a game of "whac-a-mole," after two weeks the programs finally are running smoothly and incredibly quickly. Even my tech advisor is impressed, and now that I am finally getting used to the new "look" and the updated systems, I too am thrilled.
Professional looking and fast with 512 SSD
Review of the HP Pavilion 15-cs3055wm laptop: For a mid priced laptop, it boots up extremely fast with it's SSD (Solid State Drive), has a vibrant, bright screen, looks professional, has good quality speakers and overall performs very well for every day use. They say the color is Gold, but it is more of a platinum color (silver with very slight gold tint). The top cover feels like real metal with a sandblasted finish with chrome HP logo which gives it a higher end, professional feel. On the right side are 2 standard USB ports, a SD memory card slot and the power jack with a small charge indicator light. On the left is an HDMI port, RJ45 network port, USB C port, audio in/out port and a small hard drive use light and network lights. Opening it up, it has a good sized standard keyboard and a numeric pad to the right. Note the keyboard is NOT backlit however it does feel sturdy. Generous sized and responsive trackpad. Speakers are above the keyboard with audio tuning by B&O (Bang and Olufsen) which is a higher end audiophile company. Sound quality is surprisingly good for a laptop. It has a Intel Core i5 processor which is more than fast enough most users. Integrated Intel UHD Graphics which is good for most everyday users, short of serious gamers. 8 GB of memory. One of the best features is the 512 GB SSD Solid State Drive which allows extremely fast boot up speeds: 7 seconds from pressing the power button to the login screen and 4 seconds from login to the desktop. If you are upgrading from a old hard drive unit, you will be blown away by how fast things are with an SSD. Plus an SSD is not affected by dropping since there are no moving parts in it and less prone to crashing. 512 GB of space is going to be more than enough space for most users. The screen is 15.6 inches and glossy, WLED backlit, full HD 1920x1080, bright with great color saturation and detail. Note it is NOT a touch screen. Note there is NO optical (DVD) drive but most modern laptops don't have one. Standard Windows 10 Home 64 operating system. Battery life claims from HP are 7 to 10 hours depending on use which is inline with my experience. Camera is an 88 degree “wide vision” and of good quality for Skype. From unboxing to up and running after most updates on a high speed internet connection took about 15 minutes. 25 GB of free Dropbox storage is included as a promo. Overall, I like this laptop but the one annoying thing about it is the cooling fan is loud- it sounds like a small jet engine spooling up when the processor is under heavy load. Not a deal breaker but it is noticeable. Name brand reputation of HP for building quality computers so it should last a long time. One year hardware warranty from HP and 90 day phone and chat support.
Super thin and fast but a little loud
I customized this laptop with a 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, and Intel Core i7-1065G7. It's a pretty solid setup for 2019 Q4. I'm an electrical engineering student and my 7-year-old HP laptop just couldn't cut it when it came to any kind of CAD or simulation software. I haven't really used it for memory-intensive applications yet, but even with standard stuff like Microsoft Office I can already tell it is blazing fast in comparison. The design of the machine is really nice. My only complaint is that I wish the screen tilted back a little further (I got the regular non-touch version). If I'm sitting on the couch with it in my lap then the viewing angle isn't ideal. My other complaint is that the fan is a little loud, and because the machine is so thin, the thermal design relies on the fan for cooling so its constantly running or cycling on and off. It's not super noticeable if you're watching videos or listing to music, but if you're in a very quiet environment it is. I've never had a laptop this thin before, so I'm not sure if this affects all modern laptops or just this model. Overall I'm very pleased with the laptop and would recommend it to anyone who wants a capable machine that is light enough to bring anywhere. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
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