HP Pavilion 15-EG0502TX | 11TH GEN | Intel Core i7-1165G7 (2.8 GHz) | 12GB RAM | 512GB SSD | 2GB NVIDIA GeForce MX450 | 15.6″ FHD | Natural Silver | DOS | (Open Box)

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HP Pavilion 15-EG0502TX
  • Gen : 11th GEN
  • Processor: Core i7-1165G7
  • Ram: 12GB
  • Storage: 512GB SSD
  • Display: 15.6” FHD
  • OS: DOS
  • Status: NEW
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HP Pavilion 15-EG0502TX


11th Gen


Intel Core i7-1165G7 ( up to 4.7 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 12 MB L3 cache, 4 cores, 8 threads )

Ram Installed

12 GB DDR4


512 GB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD

Graphic Card


15.6" diagonal, FHD (1920 x 1080), micro-edge, anti-glare, 250 nits, 45% NTSC

Keyboard Backlit


Numeric Keyboard


Fingerprint Reader



Natural Silver



Operating System



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HP Pavilion 15-EG0502TX

HP Pavilion 15-EG0502TX Price in Pakistan


When compared to the older 2019 design, the 2021 HP Pavilion 15-EG0502TX 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 Vivo-Book 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 Vivo-Book or IdeaPad but not enough to really make a difference in the long term.


The HP Pavilion 15-EG0502TX is equipped with the Core i7-1165G7 has become ubiquitous, it’s the GeForce MX450 GPU that separates the Pavilion 15 from most other Ultra-books. Laptops with Tiger Lake CPUs typically lack discrete graphics options since the integrated Intel Iris Xe GPU competes directly with the GeForce MX series.


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 Num-Pad keys offer similar feedback to the QWERTY keys for a good sense of uniformity. It’s unfortunate that the Num-Pad keys are narrower and therefore more cramped for larger fingers.


The Precision click-pad is relatively large at 11.5 x 7.4 cm to be essentially the same as the click-pad 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 click-pad is both shallow and spongy for an uncomfortable experience without an external mouse.



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