Elegant light silver aluminum design for the HP Pavilion 15-eh1052nf, a versatile laptop that performs well in everyday use and under modest multimedia work with its 12 GB of RAM and its AMD Hexa Core Ryzen 5 Lucienne processor with Radeon Vega 7 graphics supporting light games. Featuring a 15-inch Full HD anti-glare display, this Windows 11 laptop whose responsiveness is enhanced by the fast 512GB SSD storage benefits from a backlit keyboard as well as connectivity with Wi-Fi ax and USB-C.
Performance, autonomy of the HP Pavilion 15-eh1052nf
The HP Pavilion 15-eh1052nf is a thin and light 15-inch high-definition laptop intended for everyday use on the go.
It benefits from a good amount of 12GB of RAM here coupled with a low-power AMD APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) Ryzen 5 5500U Lucienne processor to deliver good overall performance to satisfy many users.
And especially those who want to perform modest multimedia work that uses RAM and multicore, such as video conversion or photo editing.
The Ryzen 5 also has the advantage of hosting the Radeon Vega 7, a graphics solution that can be used to view photos and videos as well as play light titles. And this while no dedicated graphics card is on board.
On the storage side, we find an SSD that competes with the standard hard drives in terms of capacity with its 512 GB while being silent, less energy consuming, more robust and much faster.
In concrete terms, the SSD guarantees a much better reactivity and fluidity than a hard disk on a daily basis.
Thanks to the SSD, you can start/stop, process and launch software much faster, or even get to the maps of online games faster.
Of course, if 512 GB is not enough, you can use an external storage device such as a USB 3.0/USB-C device to benefit from fast transfers.
As for the autonomy, count on about 7 hours of battery operation in light use for this versatile computer with a stylish silver design that is as easy to carry as an Ultrabook thanks to its controlled weight and thinness.
Features of the HP Pavilion 15-eh1052nf
|15.6” Full HD LED micro-edge 45% NTSC 250cd/m² (1920×1080, anti-reflective)
|AMD Ryzen 5 5500U Lucienne (2.1 GHz, 6 cores, TDP 15W)
|Installed RAM (max)
|12 GB (4 GB + 8 GB) DDR4 3200 MHz (16 GB), 2 slots (occupied)
|AMD Radeon Vega 7 integrated into the processor
|512GB M.2 SSD (NVMe PCIe)
|2 USB 3.0 + 1 USB 3.2 Type-C (Gen2), HDMI 2.0, microSD/SDHC/SDXC
|Wi-Fi 5ac (2×2, Realtek RTL8821CE-M), Bluetooth 4.2
|Yes, via fingerprint reader
|2 Bang&Olufsen speakers, Audio Boost
|Windows 11 64 bit
|Announced autonomy / Battery
|6 hours / Li-Ion 3 cells 41Whr
|Weight / Dimensions (mm)
|1.75 Kg / 360.2 x 234 x 17.9
HP Pavilion 15-eh1052nf vs. the competition
The HP Pavilion 15-eh1052nf is currently marketed by HP France and is positioned as one of the only ones in its class to offer such a powerful processor with a fingerprint reader as well as a backlit keyboard, in such a thin and light chassis. But it meets cheaper competitors offering 16GB of RAM.
HP Pavilion 15-eh1052nf chassis, connectivity, screen
It sports a sleek and discreet look with its thin and light Natural Silver aluminum design.
This versatile laptop has good connectivity with 1 USB-C, wireless Wi-Fi ac and Bluetooth 4.2 modules for connections and communications, a practical HDMI video output for easy connection to a monitor or TV for example, an audio port and 2 USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 compatible) ensuring transfers up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 if you connect USB 3.0 peripherals.
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Simple and secure biometric authentication is available through the fingerprint reader, TPM 2.0 security chip and Windows Hello technology.
The chiclet keyboard can be backlit, which is very practical to better distinguish its keys when the ambient light is reduced.
The screen lends itself well to the display of High Definition content such as videos by its Full HD definition and its 16/9 format. Its anti-reflection treatment makes it more readable in bright environments (e.g. outdoors) than a glossy panel. However, it’s a pity not to have an IPS panel which would have at least ensured important vertical and horizontal viewing angles.