HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf Specs and Price

Slim and light silver design for the versatile cheap laptopHP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf 15-inch IPS Full HD anti-glare display that benefits from a fast 512GB SSD storage that boosts its responsiveness and connectivity with Wi-Fi ax and USB-C. This Windows 11 Ultrabook performs well in everyday use and modest games thanks to its 16GB of RAM and Intel Alder Lake Core i5-1235U hybrid processor with Iris Xe graphics.

HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf Specs and Price

Performance, autonomy of the HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf

The HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf is a slim and light 15-inch laptop intended for common multipurpose nomadic use.

Many users will be satisfied with the overall performance delivered by this thin and light laptop as it is equipped with a good amount of 16GB of RAM and an Intel Alder Lake low-power Core i5-1235U hybrid processor.

This core is particularly suitable for multimedia work that takes advantage of the RAM and the multi-core and thus the 10 cores of the Alder Lake. We think in particular of video encoding or photo editing.

The Alder Lake-U also features the Iris Xe graphics solution, which can be used to view photos and videos, as well as to play modest games without a dedicated graphics card.

The SSD storage significantly increases the responsiveness and fluidity of the daily use compared to a hard disk. Thanks to the SSD, starting/stopping, processing and launching applications are much faster, and you can get to the online game maps faster.

It must be said that an SSD is much faster than a hard disk. It also offers other advantages such as lower power consumption, silent operation and greater robustness.

Here we find a 512GB SSD, a capacity similar to what hard disks offer as standard. However, if this proves to be too little, we can obviously rely on an external storage unit such as a USB-C/USB 3.0 device to obtain fast transfers.

As for autonomy, expect about 7 hours of battery operation in light use for this versatile Ultrabook whose slimness and controlled weight make it easy to carry.

Features of the HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf

Screen(s) 15.6” Full HD IPS LED 45% NTSC 250cd/m² micro-edge (1920×1200, anti-reflective)
Processor Intel Core i5-1235U Alder Lake (1.3 GHz, 2 P-cores/8 E-cores, TDP 15W)
Installed RAM (max) 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz (32 GB), 2 slots (occupied)
Graphic card Intel Iris Xe integrated into the processor
Storage 512GB M.2 SSD (NVMe PCIe x4)
connectors 2 USB 3.2 (Gen1) + 1 USB 3.2 Type-C (Gen2), HDMI 2.1
Network Wi-Fi 6 ax (2×2, Mediatek MT7921 ), Bluetooth 5.2
Backlit Keyboard
Numeric keypad Yes
Windows Hello
Audio system 2 loudspeakers (2 x 2W) Bang&Olufsen
Operating system Windows 11 64 bit
Announced autonomy / Battery 7 hours / Li-Polymer 3 cells 41Whr (192gr)
Weight / Dimensions (mm) 1.74 Kg / 360.2 x 234 x 17.9mm

The HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf versus the competition

The HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf is currently on sale at Amazon and is positioned as one of the cheapest in its category where it is one of the only ones to offer a processor as recent (Alder Lake).

HP Pavilion 15-eg2000sf chassis, connectivity, screen

Thanks to its thin and light light silver design, this laptop has an elegant and discreet appearance.

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In terms of connectivity, this versatile Ultrabook is well equipped with its USB-C, its audio port, its wireless Wi-Fi ax (more recent and efficient than Wi-Fi ac) and Bluetooth 5.2 modules for remote connections and communications, its practical HDMI video output for easy connection to a TV for example, as well as its 2 USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 compatible) guaranteeing transfers that are up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 if USB 3.0 peripherals are plugged in.

The screen lends itself well to the display of videos and more broadly of High Definition content because it adopts a 16/9 format associated with a Full HD definition. Thanks to its anti-reflection treatment, the screen is also more readable in bright environments (eg: outdoor) than a glossy slab. The screen also has large vertical and horizontal viewing angles thanks to its IPS technology, but not high-end since the colorimetry is classic.

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