HP 2024 Newest Business Laptop, 15.6″ Touch Screen Display, Intel Core i3-1215U(6-core), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with Laptop Stand

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  • 【Efficient Processor】Equipped with Intel Core i3-1215U processor, 1.2GHz(Up to Turbo Boost 4.4 GHz, 6 cores, 8 threads), the laptop ensures efficient performance for everyday computing tasks. With six cores, this CPU provides the power you need for smooth multitasking and efficient computing.
  • 【15.6″ Touchscreen】Navigate with ease and interact seamlessly with the HP Business Laptop’s responsive 15.6″ touch screen display. Whether you’re working on presentations or browsing the web, enjoy intuitive control at your fingertips.
  • 【Upgraded】 Up to 32GB RAM is designed for basic tasks, the high-bandwith DDR4 RAM run your applications smoothly, as well as multiple programs and files all at once. Up to 2TB SSD storage capacity is suitable for saving all your files and provides enough space to save more data.
  • 【Connectivity】 Stay seamlessly connected with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Enjoy clear video calls with the integrated HP TrueVision 720p HD camera, featuring a privacy shutter for added security, and integrated Dual Array Digital Microphones. Plus, with 2 x USB-A 3.0 ports, 1 x USB-C 3.0 port, and 1 x HDMI port, you have versatile connectivity options for your devices.
  • 【Operating System】Pre-installed with Windows 11 Pro, the laptop offers a secure and productive computing environment. Windows 11 Pro introduces enhanced features such as a redesigned Start menu, improved multitasking, and advanced security protocols, empowering users to accomplish more with ease.
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HP 2024 Newest Business Laptop, 15.6″ Touch Screen Display, Intel Core i3-1215U(6-core), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with Laptop Stand
HP 2024 Newest Business Laptop, 15.6″ Touch Screen Display, Intel Core i3-1215U(6-core), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with Laptop Stand

$415.99

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Specification: HP 2024 Newest Business Laptop, 15.6″ Touch Screen Display, Intel Core i3-1215U(6-core), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with Laptop Stand

Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1366 x 768 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1366×768 Pixels

Processor

‎4.4 GHz core_i3

RAM

‎DDR4

Hard Drive

‎256 GB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel UHD Graphics

Chipset Brand

‎Intel

Card Description

‎Integrated

Wireless Type

‎802.11a/g/n/ac

Number of USB 3.0 Ports

‎3

Brand

‎HP

Series

‎HP Laptop

Item model number

‎HP Laptop

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Pro

Item Weight

‎3.75 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.11 x 0.71 x 9.53 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.11 x 0.71 x 9.53 inches

Color

‎Silver

Processor Brand

‎Intel

Number of Processors

‎6

Computer Memory Type

‎DDR4 SDRAM

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Reviews (7)

7 reviews for HP 2024 Newest Business Laptop, 15.6″ Touch Screen Display, Intel Core i3-1215U(6-core), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Intel UHD Graphics, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with Laptop Stand

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  1. KMemz

    Operating system “corrupted” right out of the box. Spent 45 minutes with online support to diagnose corruption. 45 minutes I’ll never get back. Spent way too much money for the delay and inconvenience.

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  2. Patricia A.

    This laptop works excellent! Good battery life i used it for six hours approx. doing light work tasks and internet browsing leaving 15% left.
    It performs really well for gaming im very satisfied by it’s performance. A good advice is to limit the FPS to 60, 65 and turn Vsync off. You can play GTA V, Overwatch with no problem at 1920×1080 with mixed settings very high, high and mid no antialiasing just fxaa. Light games like cs go no problem limited to 80fps high settings. In BF1 you need to limit the FPS to 50 because the cpu gets to 100% and starts slowing the cpu core clocks, the gpu gets locked at maximum performance with 1690 MHz.
    Runs very quiet when doing normal tasks. When gaming it does fan noise but not bad at all.
    The construction of the laptop is perfect, aluminum plate, body of plastic material that does not feel cheap at all, very good quality. Nice keyboard with backlight that you can turn on and off with no brightness control.
    The screen is sharp with good colors and good viewing angles.
    Take into account that this model have touchscreen and have glass in the entire frame of the screen just like a smartphone. The other variants of this laptop with no touchscreen have matte screens with no glass at all.
    Very happy with this laptop after 2 months of use.

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  3. Austin Ballard

    I would not recommend this laptop. It came with a series of problems, the wifi card sporadically drops (It is not my router, nothing else in my house drops), the touchscreen is terrible, and the casing feels flimsy, it literally creaks when I pick it up. If you have any questions, let me know.

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  4. Amazon Customer

    Really great computer, was surprised to see it runs demanding games like ARK, Final Fantasy XV, and Nier Automata (to name a few) at a reasonable graphics level with little to no problem. It’s also very versatile, so if you’re not looking for gaming it can still be used for storing files and surfing the web, and other basic functions. My only complaint would be my shift button is a bit sticky along with the mousepad, but I’ve learned to get used to these issues

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  5. Cody S.

    Great keyboard, great screen, great battery life, but the performance was very underwhelming. Even with high performance on it didn’t do much better than my other laptop.
    BUT, my reason why I had to send this back was because of a stupid audio issue I experienced, whenever I had headphones plugged in and I had my drawing tablet/light up keypad plugged in, it would make a very noticeable buzzing noise. But when I turned off the light on my keypad, it would stop buzzing, or when I stopped using my tablet it would stop buzzing. The reason it stopped buzzing on my tablet when I didn’t use it is because when you use my tablet (CTL480) it has a blue light indicator in the top right to indicate use. This was not an issue for the speakers at all, but I bought this laptop for specific use with my tablet and keypad. And I don’t like using speakers for anything, I literally have to have my headphones.

    I really do hope that this is an isolated issue with the laptop that I got, but I found out that there was an Nvidia Optimus feature on this laptop that couldn’t be turned off, it GREATLY increased battery life, but at the cost of performance.

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  6. Theopholus

    After about 5 months, the keyboard stopped working on me. I always take good care of my electronics. I uninstalled and reinstalled the Keyboard driver and it still wouldn’t work…

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  7. KMemz

    I purchased my model at a Sam’s Club, outfitted with no touchscreen, 12GB of RAM, 1TB HDD, 7700HQ, and the Nonti 1050.
    First thing I noticed, even on the display model, is that it has an aluminum/magnesium chassis, which both feels great and helps immensely with the structural integrity of the device, especially when paired with a plastic underbody frame, as I found out it is when I took the back off to check for HDD upgradeabulity.
    The 1050 is a Nonti model, but it is a custom AIB board that puts 4GB of VRAM on it, so all you really lose here is one compute unit over the 1050 ti. The HDD storage is surprisingly very fast, even though it isn’t an SSD, and doesn’t take that long to load anything.
    It has one M.2 2280 slot, that looks to be keyed for NVMe compatible storage, so if you want to add an SSD, something I plan on doing in the future myself, you absolutely can, and as long as you don’t mess anything up it’s even covered under warranty!
    The keyboard is very tactile and has backlit compatible keys that are actually coloured just right to be able to see them in the dark from the display lighting, with a very easy to read font and a rubber-black-on-foggy-white sort of style to them.
    The clickpad, touchpad, trackpad, any name you want to give it, is fairly decent as well. It doesn’t have the dedicated buttons (gripe!) as usual, but other than that tracking is smooth and the gestures I do use work more than well enough.
    The camera is Windows Hello compatible, and as a first time user of it, I was very impressed by the speed and accuracy of it. Otherwise, the camera is very standard fare and nothing to skype home about.
    The display is actually very good, with a 1920×1080 (1080P Full HD) resolution, and almost no clouding to be seen. It looks crisp, the colors are fairly accurate, the finish is half-matte, and it is easy to see in sunlight, so I have no complaints.
    The 12gb of DDR4 has been more than enough for my daily usage, I can run several browser tabs, be playing a flash game, and have a benchmark running in the background all at the same time, and not run out of ram, if that says anything at all.
    the 7700HQ is not too different from the 7300HQ, outside of slightly higher clocks and hyper-threading, so if you buy a 7300HQ model, you’ll probably notice the same great performance I have out of this chip. it does well in single threaded tasks, sure, but being a quad core instead of the standard fare dual core you normally get in pre-8th generation chips, it tears through multi-threaded tasks like no tomorrow. It is incomparable to my desktop’s overclocked Ryzen 7 1700, but it absolutely dominates other intel chips in this area of the market.
    The heatsink design runs a single channel of copper heatpipes over both the CPU and GPU simultaneously, so they are inseparably linked in temuratures, unfortunately. If one runs hot, the other runs hot, and if they both run hot, they might thermal throttle. While I have tested combined load and found that the CPU does not throttle, it does get into tempuratures well into the GPU throttling range, and I’ve found that the GPU is harder to check for throttling, and have come up inconclusive, unfortunately. I have reason to believe that the chassis is part of the cause for the tempuratures, which I will explain in the next paragraph.
    The bottom plate of the chassis, which you can see in the provided photos, has a metal outer body and a plastic inner frame. The ventilation holes for the cooling system are sized okay on the plastic frame, but the cutouts in the metal are much, much smaller. If GamersNexus has taught me anything, this sort of setup can severely impede airflow, and will cause tempuratures to be higher as a result. HP could have avoided this problem by machining holes into the metal that were closer to the quarter-centimeter diameter of the holes in the plastic frame, rather the the tenth of a centimeter diameter holes they did.
    Overall, this laptop is a very nice deal for what you get, and I would recommend it to anyone. It has suited me well, and I’m finding it very hard to run into problems, other than the airflow cutouts in the chassis. 10/10 recommended.

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