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HP 15.6 Inch Slim i5 8GB 256GB FHD Laptop at Argos for £449.99
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HP 15.6 Inch Slim i5 8GB 256GB FHD Laptop at Argos for £449.99

£449.99£499.9910%Argos Deals
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Posted 20th Feb

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Model number: 15-dw0012na.

General features:

  • Size H1.99, W24.2, D35.85cm.
  • Weight 1.74kg.
  • Up to 10.15 hours battery life.
CPU, Memory and Operating System:

  • Intel Core i5 8265U processor.
  • Quad core processor.
  • 1.6GHz processor speed with a burst speed of 3.9GHz.
  • 8GB RAM DDR4.
  • 256GB SSD storage.
  • Microsoft Windows 10.
Display features:

  • 15.6 inch screen.
  • Full HD Display.
  • Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
DVD optical drives:

  • Disc drive not included.
Graphics:

  • Intel UHD 620 graphics card.
  • Shared graphics card.
Interfaces and connectivity:

  • Multi-card media card reader.
  • Secure Digital (SD), .
  • 2 USB 3.1 ports.
  • 1 USB Type-C port.
  • 1 Ethernet port.
  • 1 HDMI port.
  • Bluetooth.
  • Wi-Fi enabled.
Multimedia features:

  • HD webcam.
  • Built-in mic.
  • Built-in audio sound system.
Software included: Netflix.

  • 30 days Microsoft Office.
  • 30 days McAfee LiveSafe.
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No idea why this is going cold (unless its the McAfee)
Goose chase
Decent price.

TN panel and nvme drive.
Ruffuz20/02/2020 10:14

Decent price.TN panel and nvme drive.


Actually it's a VA panel, a step up to TN. Better viewing angles.
ThreefingerSalute20/02/2020 10:31

Actually it's a VA panel, a step up to TN. Better viewing angles.


It's not a VA panel.

HP cleverly use SVA ( Standard viewing angle) to describe panel instead of TN to confuse people into thinking it's a VA panel.
tinca20/02/2020 09:51

No idea why this is going cold (unless its the McAfee)


Think its the 8th gen i5 letting the side down. That and its a VA panel not IPS.

It could be SVA panel like the other guy above me said. Tbh that's enough doubt for me to say no.
Edited by: "kwl147" 20th Feb
kwl14720/02/2020 11:19

Think its the 8th gen i5 letting the side down. That and its a VA panel …Think its the 8th gen i5 letting the side down. That and its a VA panel not IPS.It could be SVA panel like the other guy above me said. Tbh that's enough doubt for me to say no.


@win26 is right. It's TN. HP using their own terminology to trick unsuspecting users into thinking it's an SVA.
ThreefingerSalute20/02/2020 11:38

@win26 is right. It's TN. HP using their own terminology to trick …@win26 is right. It's TN. HP using their own terminology to trick unsuspecting users into thinking it's an SVA.


Pretty shoddy tactics for HP to be doing that tbh. I'm surprised that they even make TN panels anymore aside for fast response monitors for the budget conscious gamer. Hope nobody buys this laptop expecting something better. Doesn't sound like good value to me
Intel cpus are really poor, wouldn't have one even if desperate
stanlenin21/02/2020 06:33

Intel cpus are really poor, wouldn't have one even if desperate


Huh? Do you mean the ones in 90% of laptops or something else?
spinach_pie21/02/2020 06:57

Huh? Do you mean the ones in 90% of laptops or something else?


Amd had no good standing in laptop cpus but the new 4000 series cpus are just out and they simply put Intel to grave.
stanlenin21/02/2020 07:09

Amd had no good standing in laptop cpus but the new 4000 series cpus are …Amd had no good standing in laptop cpus but the new 4000 series cpus are just out and they simply put Intel to grave.


There are no laptops available with the 4000, so your point is moo, it's like a cow's opinion. It's 'moo'.
spinach_pie21/02/2020 07:14

There are no laptops available with the 4000, so your point is moo, it's …There are no laptops available with the 4000, so your point is moo, it's like a cow's opinion. It's 'moo'.


Not at the moment, but If anyone is looking to buy a new laptop then it's worth waiting for the 4000.

AMD Ryzen 4000: Everything you need to know [Link]
Edited by: "ThreefingerSalute" 21st Feb
ThreefingerSalute21/02/2020 12:02

Not at the moment, but If anyone is looking to buy a new laptop then it's …Not at the moment, but If anyone is looking to buy a new laptop then it's worth waiting for the 4000.AMD Ryzen 4000: Everything you need to know [Link]



Unfortunately, as was the discussion at the end of CES, that's fine if you want to wave your willy about.
What AMD can't prove is what everyone wants - decent speed, lower power, better battery life - and that is what Intel are currently delivering.

AMD have been the choice of most gamers for a number of years. And yet Intel outsell them dozens of times over.

The current Ryzen 3 models are on a par with Intel, but can't get close to them in terms of efficiency. I'm starting to wonder if Intel aret taking the line of "it's not how big it is, it's what you do with it".
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