Summary: Great display. HP’s 17.3-inch device, equipped with the necessary features is supposed to replace your desktop PC at home. However, the highlight is the great IPS display, which can cover the sRGB color space by 97%.
Pros: matte Full-HD IPS display, a lot of storage, gets hardly warm, powerful enough for gaming
Summary: On the right path. For just 600 Euros (~$667), the HP Pavilion 17-g054ng offers a modern quad-core APU including Crossfire graphics, a lot of storage as well as a great Full HD display. But how does the AMD platform perform compared to the Intel competition?
Pros: solid chassis, decent keyboard, great Full-HD display, HEVC coating, low temperature and noise development in practice
Summary: Affordable all-rounder. HP's 17.3-inch laptop is available for as little as 560 Euros (~$683). The configuration includes a quad-core processor, matte Full HD screen, and a dedicated Radeon GPU. Doesn't that sound like a good deal?
Pros: Matte Full HD screen, Decent application performance, Limited gaming suitability, Stylish design, Solid build, Good input devices, Device's low temperature development, The matte Full HD screen and the casing's low temperature development.
Cons: No maintenance cover, 12-month warranty only, Short battery life, A maintenance cover and a better battery life.
Summary: The notebook with Beema. The HP Pavilion 17-f050ng comes with the latest Beema generation of AMD APUs. Read our review to find out why the review sample really surprised us.
Pros: Good case for this price range, Nice design, Solid build quality, Decent input devices, Good sound quality, Usable battery runtimes, Comparatively light, Quiet operation, Hardly any warming during operation, System performance sufficient for practice, There are a couple of things: For example the...
Cons: Only single-channel memory, Glossy display, Strong blue cast, Low brightness, Maximum brightness reduced on battery power, Pretty high black value, Hardly suited for gaming, Clickpad sometimes imprecise, A lot of bloat ware, Only combined stereo jack, No VGA out, No Gigabit-Ethernet, Almost no ma...
Summary: All-round laptop. The Pavilion wants to be a gaming capable all-round notebook for the small budget. The 17.3-incher with Core i5 processor and Radeon GPU costs about 650 Euros (~$892). Our review reveals whether you will get a decent device for this price.
Pros: good system performance, big storage capacity, contrast-rich screen, The good system performance and the moderate power consumption.
Cons: bluish, only averagely bright display, only Fast-Ethernet, only 12 month warranty, A better display. We would wish for a matte Full HD display.
Summary: HP Pavilion 17-f130ng Notebook is an all-round device that buyers get at an approximate price of 560 Euros. The device has a strong computing power for everyday use and also to some degrees of playing computer games. It runs very quietly in normal use and also barely heats up.
Summary: Bargain-buy quad-core. A well-rounded notebook for under 600 Euros (~$815) - that's what the Pavilion 17 offers. A quad-core processor and a dual graphics card supposedly ensure optimal performance. Our review reveals whether this setup really does its job.
Pros: Good application performance, Good gaming performance, Lots of RAM, The solid system performance. The hard drive also impresses. It runs sufficiently fast and offers spacious memory.
Cons: Only Fast Ethernet, Blue-tinted screen, Warranty good for only 12 months, A better display can never hurt, even when we can live with the one they're offering.
Recensione Breve del Portatile HP Pavilion 17-g120ng
3 weeks ago
Excerpt: HP segue l'attuale trend e monta sul Pavilion 17 un nuovo processore Skylake. Sfortunatamente, non abbiamo trovato altre modifiche. Tuttavia, il portatile resta un solido dispositivo tuttofare.
Pros: pannello matto Full HD IPS, capacità gaming, autonomia della batteria per essere un 17" consumer
Cons: solo 12 mesi di garanzia, la cover ceder, ventola sempre in funzione, solo Fast Ethernet
Excerpt: Actualización silenciosa. HP sigue la actual tendencia y equipa al Pavilion 17 con un nuevo procesador Skylake. Por desgracia, no hemos encontrado otros cambios. No obstante, el portátil sigue siendo un sólido todoterreno.