HP Pavilion 11-e015dx

HP Pavilion 11-e015dx is the new addition to HP’s a touchscreen range of laptops. The laptop is powered with AMD Quad Core A6-1450 Accelerated Processor . This HP TouchSmart laptop is an entry level sleek laptop for basic office and multimedia tasks. It will hardly support high end applications as the basic frequency of the processor is 1.0 GHz and can boost up to 1.4 GHz only. As it weighs around 3.1 lbs, one can carry it easily. Paired with 4 GB RAM, a 500 GB hard drive and a 3-cell 36W 3.2Ah cylindrical battery, the battery life of this laptop is up to 5 hours.

HP Pavilion TouchSmart 11-e015dx spec

HP 11-e015dx doesn’t only want to score with Windows 8 operating system and touchscreen features but the latest AMD quad core A6-1450 APU is one of important features of this machine. This Accelerated processor mainly comes with small laptops and tablets. It comes with 2MB of L2 cache. The processor is coupled with AMD Radeon HD 8250 graphics, which is equivalent to entry level discrete class graphics. However, the graphics doesn’t have own memory and uses system memory.  It allows you to play old games in low details and settings. However, current high end games will hardly run on this machine.

HP Pavilion Touchsmart  11-e015dx comes with 4GB memory  arranged in single slot. 4GB memory is enough for multimedia tasks.  The laptop offers 500 GB hard drive with 5400 rpm speed.

The laptop comes with 1366*768 pixels screen resolution which handles up to 720p HD. The laptop incorporates HD webcam with integrated microphone.

For network connectivity the laptop provides 1 USB port, a microphone/headphone combo jack, an Multi-media card reader and a power connection. HP Pavilion 11-e015dx also comes with a unique feature, the 2 USB 3.0. It supports both fast Ethernet and wi-fi.

Considering all these features, the price tag of $380 seems quite reasonable.

Pros of HP Pavilion 11-e015dx

The laptop comes with touchscreen feature

Reasonably priced

Enough storage

Cons of HP Pavilion 11-e015dx

For those who look for day long computing with single battery charge may get disappointed.


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