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Saturday, June 17, 2017

HP 17-BS011DX

HP 17-BS011DX
HP 17-BS011DX
The HP 17-BS011DX is a laptop PC comes packed with the processing power of 7th Generation Intel Core i5-7200U ultra low voltage dual core SOC that features 3MB level 3 cache that runs at the base clock speed of 2.5 GHz with Turbo Boost to increase the processing speed up to 3.1 GHz.   It has an integrated graphics controller called Intel HD Graphics 620 which is capable of rendering high definition movies and playing less demanding games with ease.


This laptop comes equipped with 17.3" BrightView glossy screen  with a screen resolution of 1600 x 900.The resolution of this laptop is not that high compared to other laptops, so, with this, it is expected that the display of this laptop is not that sharp and clear compared to laptops with higher screen resolution. The display supports energy-efficient WLED backlight.
HP 17-BS011DX
HP 17-BS011DX

The HP 17-BS011DX comes packed with 8GB system memory for advanced multitasking; 1TB hard drive for ample file storage space that spins at about 5400 RPM; stereo speaker; built-in media reader for simple photo transfer ; HP CoolSense technology keeps you comfortable; HD webcam with microphone; and 3-cell battery to be able to use this laptop whenever you are away from the main source of electricity up to 6 hours. It comes in HP finish in jet black for stylish look.
HP 17-BS011DX
HP 17-BS011DX

With regards to connectivity, this laptop comes with 2 SuperSpeed 10Gbs USB 3.1 ports; 1 USB 2.0 port; High-speed wireless LAN built into the screen; HDMI output expands your viewing options; and Bluetooth interface syncs with compatible devices.

This HP 17-BS011DX is powered by Microsoft Windows 10 operating system. This laptop has the following dimensions: 1 inch x 15.3 inches x 10.9 inches and weighs about 4.98 pounds. You can get this laptop PC at the price of $500. Other laptops in this price range include LENOVO THINKPAD LE 20GBS00S00; and HP 15-BK163DX 2-in-1 laptop PC. Do you  own this laptop computer. Please let us know your experiences with this device.
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1 comment :

Mike said...

Not impressed. Boot time was around 3-4 minutes after it was all set up, machine was generally slower than a 10 year old HP Pavilion laptop and optical drive wouldn't recognize about half the DVDs I used (perfect condition Microsoft software)