HP Pavilion 13-AN1066TU
Intel Core i5-1035G1 ( 1.00GHz base frequency upto 3.6GHz, 6MB Cache, 4 Cores, 8 Threads )
08 GB DDR4
256GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD
13.3" FHD (1920×1080) IPS Touch Panel
01 Month Only
HP Pavilion 13-AN1066TU | 10th Gen | Core i5-1035G1 (1.00 GHz) | 8GB Ram | 256GB SSD | 13.3″ FHD Touch Panel | Natural Silver | DOS | (Open Box)
HP Pavilion 13-AN1066TU
- Gen : 10TH GEN
- Processor : Core i5- 1035G1
- Ram : 08GB
- Storage : 256GB SSD
- Display : 13.3” FHD
- OS : DOS
- Status : Open Box
HP Pavilion 13 AN1066TU
The HP Pavilion series has been the go-to option for value-buyers looking to get the most out of their purchase. In fact, that’s been the Pavilion’s strongest selling point for years, with more premium features reserved for the Spectre and Envy series. The new HP Pavilion Laptop 13 also sticks to the same idea but there are some surprising additions that make it feel more like a premium machine without costing nearly as much. But does it justify the price tag? We try to answer that in our detailed review
“HP Pavilion” branding immediately made me recollect the older Pavilion laptops that were made to reflect their price tags. But the new Pavilion Laptop 13’s svelte aesthetics. It instantly made me think of HP’s more expensive laptops from the Spectre series that are second to none when it comes to design. I absolutely love how the Pavilion Laptop 13 has inherited many of the design features of the Spectre and even the Envy series. HP has done a great job and the end result is a product that looks classy. It just looks more premium than what its price tag would suggest. The laptop only weighs 1.74kgs, which makes it very comfortable to carry around. Its thin and light profile makes it even better to just throw in a laptop sleeve and carry without any hassle.
The HP Pavilion Laptop 13 comes with a 13.3″ FHD IPS display which reveals itself as you open the lid. The display has an aspect ratio of 16:9. It is surrounded by plastic bezels on all four sides, which as I have mentioned in the design section of this review, looks very cheap compared to the other parts of the laptop. The 720p HD camera on the front is good enough to handle your Google Meet and Zoom calls.
Keyboard and Trackpad
The HP Pavilion Laptop 13 features a standard full-size keyboard in which the keys are backlit. You can’t change the colours of the light, but you do get an option to adjust the brightness. The keys are mushy and shallow, which means your key presses are probably going to be less satisfying depending on the kind of keyboard you are coming from. That being said, it’s not a bad keyboard and is very easy to get used to. The HP Pavilion Laptop 13 features a standard full-size keyboard in which the keys are backlit. You can’t change the colours of the light, but you do get an option to adjust the brightness. The keys are mushy and shallow, which means your key presses are probably going to be less satisfying depending on the kind of keyboard you are coming from. That being said, it’s not a bad keyboard and is very easy to get used to.