HP 2024 Newest Pavilion Business Laptop, 15.6″ FHD Display, Intel Core i5-1335U, 32GB RAM, 2TB SSD, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, USB-A&C, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with…

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  • 【Unleash Maximum Productivity】Experience unparalleled efficiency with the Intel Core i5-1335U processor, clocking in at speeds up to 4.6 GHz. Boasting an impressive 12 MB L3 cache, and a formidable 10 cores and 12 threads, this processor effortlessly handles demanding tasks and ensures seamless multitasking for peak performance.
  • 【Immersive Visual Delight】Dive into a world of stunning visuals on the expansive 15.6″ diagonal, FHD (1920 x 1080) display. IPS technology brings vibrant colors and wide viewing angles, while the micro-edge design minimizes distractions. Bid farewell to glare with the anti-glare feature, elevating your viewing experience to new heights.
  • 【HD Camera & Dual Array Microphones】Stay connected with the HP Wide Vision 720p HD camera featuring temporal noise reduction for flawless video calls. The integrated dual array digital microphones ensure clear voice transmission. Whether engaging with colleagues or attending virtual meetings, personalized interactions are guaranteed.
  • 【Seamless Connectivity Options】Enjoy the ease of versatile connectivity with 1 USB Type-C, 2 USB Type-A ports for peripherals, 1 HDMI 2.1 for external displays, 1 AC smart pin for charging, and a headphone/microphone combo jack. Effortlessly connect to a myriad of devices for a smooth and convenient user experience.
  • 【Business-Optimized Design】Tailored for business professionals, the HP Pavilion Laptop excels in various business scenarios. From number crunching to video conferencing, its powerful features and sophisticated design make it a reliable companion for your business endeavors. Stay efficient and productive with a laptop that understands and adapts to your unique business needs.
HP 2024 Newest Pavilion Business Laptop, 15.6″ FHD Display, Intel Core i5-1335U, 32GB RAM, 2TB SSD, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, USB-A&C, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with…
HP 2024 Newest Pavilion Business Laptop, 15.6″ FHD Display, Intel Core i5-1335U, 32GB RAM, 2TB SSD, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, USB-A&C, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with…


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Specification: HP 2024 Newest Pavilion Business Laptop, 15.6″ FHD Display, Intel Core i5-1335U, 32GB RAM, 2TB SSD, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, USB-A&C, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with…

Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080 Pixels


‎4.6 GHz core_i5



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Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel Iris Xe Graphics

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‎HP Pavilion

Item model number

‎HP Pavilion

Operating System

‎Windows 11 Pro

Item Weight

‎5.07 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎14.18 x 0.7 x 9.21 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎14.18 x 0.7 x 9.21 inches



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Number of Processors


Computer Memory Type


Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for HP 2024 Newest Pavilion Business Laptop, 15.6″ FHD Display, Intel Core i5-1335U, 32GB RAM, 2TB SSD, Intel Iris Xe Graphics, USB-A&C, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth, Windows 11 Pro, with…

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  1. jason

    Think I got a good deal. Wish it was a bit faster but that could also be my internet. Not that it is really slow i’m just impatient. I like it no complaints

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  2. DA

    The computer has good speed, and a nice screen. But it doesnt boot up when turned on. It gives you a Fan error code of
    90 b. Then the computer waits 15 seconds, then, suddenly cuts off.
    It only works when I hit ENTER within that 15 second warning interval. This is not acceptable. Other than this serious start up issue, it really does work very well. Good sound, clarity, and good speed on my everyday operations. But…..If this cannot be addressed quickly, I will request a refund.

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  3. Pharmish1

    This laptop has all I need and then some. Even though I am fearful of the leap from Windows 7 to 10, I’m up for the adventure The only thing I am not happy about is that the operating system was listed as Windows 10 and it is actually 10s. I haven’t gotten good input on if I should delete the s or not. I really haven’t had it long enough to have explored all aspects of the new purchase. I have just today experienced some problems in getting my email.

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  4. Solis

    I was in a pinch for a laptop due to some personal issues, but this one has been working pretty well these past few months. The screen sometimes glitches out if I leave a video on fullscreens when I close the laptop, but it’s nothing that a little wigging can’t fix.

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  5. Sandra

    I am very impressed with this laptop. It was easy to setup, make modifications, and has great battery life. I had been looking for the one that would be great for me and this is the one. This is a good price and the screen resolution is great. I’m very happy with this.

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  6. Customer

    Bought this for wife, she loves it. Even loves the S Mode. I wanted her to switch out of S mode so I could upgrade virus protection but she didn’t want to. Likes it the way it is, S Mode is really secure. I looked for a few weeks for a Laptop for her, almost bought another one a little cheaper, glad I got her this one instead. Being upgraded to 8GB Ram and upgraded processor by seller it was a steal! Nice laptop computer with great resolution and it’s screaming fast! Highly recommend!!

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  7. Derho

    We bought 2(TWO) HP laptops for our 2 teen boys in July/2019.
    => One laptop come DEFECTIVE FROM FABRIC right from the get-go. Because we traveled abroad for 2 months, and we couldn’d return it within the 30 days of purchase, Amazon just accepted to refund only about 65% of the amount paid. We contact HP, and after a lot of argument they agreed to refund only $50 dollars and the rest they offered us some kind of accessories, those that they give as promotion, and to avoid a loss we accepted. Still they got the better deal in that bargain.
    => The second laptop worked fine for about 3 months and then it was like in loading state permanently. From start up, every command was like a long time to open the window, so it was impossible for the kids to have homework done. We are not here trying to build a website, folks. What I’m talking about is, what the kids were doing was basic stuff, like searches on the web, or writing an essay for school, even that would be a great ordeal to make those laptop to work. I contact HP 6 month from the purchase, and Customer Service said the warranty had expired. I said to them that the warranty was supposed to be valid for one (1) whole year. Then they said it was expired. So I insisted that I purchased it in July 2019, only six (6) months prior, how could it be? Then they asked for the proof of purchase. Only then we assumed that IT WAS A REFURBISHED LAPTOP THAT THEY SOLD AS BRAND NEW, THEY ADVERTISED IT AS BRAND NEW, NEVER USED, BUT IT WAS BOLONEY! I still believe that those laptops were returned products that they refurbished and resold to us as brand new ones. So came the CORONAVIRUS AND THE PANDEMIC, our kids had to have online classes and one laptop gone with defect from manufacture, and the other one could not even work from start up. I tried to call HP for at least 2 times during pandemic, and no answer, if there was a answer, it had an endless “hold on”, obligating one to give up. So the kids had to use our laptops- my and my husband’s, and for only 8 months that we bought those 2 laptops, they were left alone, neglected on the table for at least 5 months. PIECE OF CRAP! USELESS! Finally came the end of school, and vacation time. Then in July expired the warrant and HP never answered the phone, nor called back. By the end of August 2020, 1 year and 1 month later we bought those garbage HP laptops, the school decide to have classes online only, and we needed the laptops working, and working well. I contacted again HP, and THEY DID NOTHING FOR US, besides to check if it had any hardware problems thru long distance troubleshooting, and also with all the problems we had, I finally spoke with a kind of “supervisor/ lousy manager” that asked me if we wanted “a recovery flash drive which has a regular cost of $68.90; they would apply a discount and I would give it to us for $40.00.” What a nerve!! They gave us two days to decide to accept this offer or not, I mean, we had to SPEND MORE MONEY BUYING ANOTHER JUNK FROM HP IN ORDER TO GET SOME KIND OF HELP WITH THE OTHER JUNK LAPTOPS WE BOUGHT FROM THEM. I CALLED THEM SEVERAL TIMES DURING THE 1 YEAR WARRANTY WITH NO SUCCESS, they blamed the pandemic even when there wasn’t pandemic during that 1 year warranty (in 2019) and they failed to help us.
    So here you have the true, folks, you buy whatever you want. Good luck with that. For us it was definitely a money loss. For the love of God and the country I beg you: STAY AWAY FROM ALL HP CRAP.

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  8. james

    I bought the basic configuration. My friend is a tech savvy and helped me upgrade the RAM from 4GB to 8GB and replace the 500GB HDD to 256 GB SSD. The laptop runs significantly faster than when i received it. It can run more than 10 tabs at the same time under Google Chrome web browser. Remember to update windows before installing any softwares; remove bloatwares when replacing the hd to ssd and clean install the windows 10. Mine comes with windows 10 S (New from Microsoft), do not like it. You can switch to regular windows 10 by turning off the S mode: 1. Press the Start button located at the bottom left of your screen; 2. Select the Settings icon, located just above the power icon on the Start menu; 3. Select Update & Security in the Settings app; 4. Select Activation, and then select Go to Store; 5. Select the “Get” option under “Switch out of S mode”; 6. Then hit Install when ready to proceed. 7. The process to switch out of S mode is seconds (maybe about five to be exact). You do not need to restart the PC for it to take effect. You can just continue on and start installing .exe apps now in addition to apps from the Microsoft Store.

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