HP PAVILION 15-eh1079AU | AMD RYZEN 7 5700U (1.8 GHz) | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | 15.6” FHD | SILVER WHITE | DOS | (Open Box)

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  • Processor : AMD Ryzen 7-5700U
  • RAM : 16GB
  • Storage : 1TB SSD
  • Display : 15.6” FHD
  • OS : DOS
  • Status : Open Box
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AMD RYZEN 7 5700U ( 1.8GHz Base upto 4.3GHz, 8MB Cache, 8 Cores, 16 Threads )

Ram Installed

16 GB DDR4


1TB Intel® PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD


15.6 in FHD bright view IPS touch display (1920 x 1080 / up to 16.77 million colors)

Keyboard Backlit


Numeric Keyboard


Keyboard Layout


Fingerprint Reader



Silver White



Operating System



01 Month Only


The Ultrabook category (HP PAVILION 15-eh1079AU) is a tough one to define. If you take the word to mean ‘any laptop with the appearance of being slim’ then this absolutely slots in there. HP PAVILION 15-eh1079AU looks absolutely fantastic for its price point, with HP trimming things back a long way. The screen, for example, is plenty thin and far stiffer than we’d typically expect for a plastic-cased laptop. It’s clearly well-braced inside, because it doesn’t have the benefit of a glass front to offer it extra rigidity. This does make using the touchscreen a little sticker than the same experience on a glass panel, but that’s a simple concession that is easily made to hit a price point. The base is similarly svelte-looking, with clever angles used to hide its slightly bulbous belly.


The AMD Ryzen 7 5700U is an APU of the Lucienne product family designed for leaner laptops. The Ryzen features eight Zen 2 cores clocked at 1.8 GHz (base clock speed) to 4.3 GHz (Boost) as well as a Vega 8 iGPU. Thread-doubling SMT tech is enabled in this CPU for up to 16 concurrent processing threads. In spite of what its name may suggest, Ryzen 7 5700U is not a Zen 3 part, meaning this is a Ryzen 4000 series mobile processor in disguise. Nevertheless, the CPU is manufactured on the modern 7 nm TSMC process and its performance as well as energy efficiency figures are very strong compared to what Intel currently has to offer in this segment. The Ryzen 7 features 8 MB of Level 3 cache. Its built-in memory controller is designed to work with dual-channel DDR4-3200 or quad-channel LPDDR4-4266 RAM. Unlike the desktop Ryzen 5000 processors, Ryzen 7 5700U does not support PCI-Express 4.0, meaning those speedy NVMe SSDs will be limited to read/write rates of 3.9 GB/s.


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 Vivo-Book 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.


The B&O stereo speakers are above average with bass roll-off at around 250 Hz. The broad pink noise curve shows that treble frequencies are not overtuned to avoid the tinny quality of most cheap speakers.