HP PAVILION 15
Intel Core i7-1165G7 ( 2.80GHz base Frequency upto 4.70GHz with Intel Turbo Boost, 12MB L3 Cache, 4 Cores, 8 Threads )
08 GB DDR4
512 GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD
15.6" diagonal, HD (1366 x 768), touch, micro-edge, BrightView, 250 nits
01 Month Only
HP PAVILION 15 | 11th Gen | Core i7-1165G7 (2.80 GHz) | 8GB Ram | 512GB SSD | 15.6″ FHD | SILVER | DOS | (Open Box)
HP PAVILION 15
Gen : 11th GEN
Processor : Core i7-1165G7
Ram : 08GB
Storage : 512GB SSD
Display : 15.6” FHD
OS : DOS
Status : Open Box
HP PAVILION 15 Core i7
The HP PAVILION 15 Core i7 11th Gen Price in Pakistan
When compared to the older 2019 design, the 2021 model has narrower top and bottom bezels for a smaller footprint while using the same metal and plastic materials. The speaker grilles along the top of the keyboard are now gone for a more simplistic appearance. It’s a basic matte impression with none of the flashy chrome-cut trims or sharp MacBook-like edges of the Spectre or Envy, respectively. Whether it looks any better than a competing Asus VivoBook or Lenovo IdeaPad is up to user preference. Chassis rigidity is weak around the lid and front corners of the base where the system is most susceptible to twisting. It’s only a bit better than the aforementioned VivoBook or IdeaPad but not enough to really make a difference in the long term.
The HP Pavilion 15 is equipped with the Intel Core i7-1165G7 is a higher-end, quad-core SoC designed to be used in ultra-thin laptops. The Tiger Lake-UP3 processor was unveiled in September 2020. It has four Hyper-Threading-enabled Willow Cove cores at its disposal running at 2.8 GHz (base clock speed @ 28 W TDP) Boosting up to 4.7 GHz (single-core Boost frequency). The all-core Boost frequency is 4.1 GHz. This i7 was the second-fastest CPU of the TGL-UP3 lineup when Intel initially launched the series in 2020. Core i7-1165G7 is ever-so-slightly inferior to the Core i7-1185G7 in that the vPro support is nowhere to be found, the clock speeds are lower, and the iGPU’s clock speed is a little lower as well.
The display is both good and disappointing. It’s good in that contrast ratio is relatively high for a budget laptop at over 1000:1 and that images are sharp because to the glossy overlay. Response times are also decent for reduced ghosting when playing games. Unfortunately, the disappointingly dim backlight and limited colors prevent the display from being outstanding in all aspects. Expect some glare even when indoors.
Keyboard layout has changed slightly from the 2019 model. The power button, for example, is now a regular keyboard key instead of being off to the left corner. Otherwise, the typing experience remains largely the same. Feedback is surprisingly firm and with good travel to be better than the spongier and lighter keys of the Asus VivoBook or Lenovo IdeaPad. The NumPad keys offer similar feedback to the QWERTY keys for a good sense of uniformity. It’s unfortunate that the NumPad keys are narrower and therefore more cramped for larger fingers.
The Precision clickpad is relatively large at 11.5 x 7.4 cm to be essentially the same as the clickpad on the pricier Envy 15 Creator. Traction is smooth when gliding at medium-to-fast speeds while slower speeds will result in moderate sticking to aid in precision. On the other hand, clicking on the clickpad is both shallow and spongy for an uncomfortable experience without an external mouse.
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