- Intel Core i5 11th Gen
- 12GB DVDR4 RAM
- 256GB SSD DRIVE
- 15.6″ FHD SCREEN
- LED Touch Screen
- Laptop: Brand New
- Laptop Color: Silver
- Laptop Windows 10
Inside the box you get the laptop itself, a 45W charger and a quick-start guide. You can download a full user guide from HP that I’ll link to below.
The left side of the laptop has a full size HDMI port, a Gigabit Ethernet port with accompanying status LEDs, a USB Type-C port, the status LED for the SSD drive and a combo headphone microphone jack.
The right side has the memory card reader, a Kensington security slot, 2 standard USB type-A ports and the charging port with its accompanying LED.
The USB ports are all USB 3.1 Gen 1 so support a maximum of 5 Gbps, not the 10 Gbps of the more recent Gen 2, but that should still be plenty quick enough for most accessories you’ll plug in for the time being. The SD card slot is useful but limited to slow USB 2.0 speeds as seems to unfortunately be the norm.
Opening the lid reveals a chiclet style keyboard with a number pad. The keyboard isn’t backlit like on some models in the range.
The build quality of the laptop is decent if nothing spectacular. It looks fairly premium, but it’s made almost entirely of plastic. The keyboard surround and palm rest feel fairly firm but creak ever so slightly. The lid has more flex than I’d like to see, which apart from making it feel a little flimsy, offers little protection to the LCD panel behind it.
With its larger 15.6” display, I was pleased to see a thin 5mm bezel around the sides keeping it’s overall size down. The top bezel measures 11mm but includes the 720p HD webcam and dual microphones for noise suppression.
The bottom bezel with the HP logo measures 20mm.
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