HP Pavilion 15-n276sa 15.6” Laptop - Red £399.99 @ currys
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HP Pavilion 15-n276sa 15.6” Laptop - Red £399.99 @ currys

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Enjoy quad-core processing performance in an affordable package with the HP Pavilion 15-n276sa 15.6” Laptop.

Windows 8

The Pavilion 15 comes preinstalled with the expressive Windows 8 operating system. Packed full of intuitive apps, it gives you the information that's important to you as soon as you need it.

The Start screen is based around Live Tiles. These program icons display real time information from all your favourite apps including social networking, emails, news and sports directly on the home screen. You don't even have to open the program to receive important info and notifications.

There are additional features too with the pre-installed Windows 8.1 update. These include the reintroduction of the Start button, new Live Tile sizes and adjustable four-way multi-tasking windows along with developments to the lock screen, search and more.

Excellent everyday performance

The Pavilion 15 is powered by an AMD A8-4555M APU. An APU features both a processor and graphics card in one compact unit and delivers fast, everyday computing with excellent graphics.

The A8-4555M features quad-core processing which, when combined with 8 GB of RAM, delivers effortless multitasking. So whether you're working on multiple spreadsheets and documents or simply want to stream music while you browse, you can rely on the Pavilion 15.

Large capacity storage

File storage is provided by an impressive 1 TB hard drive that's capable of storing a whole family's worth of documents, music and software.

Backing up your data is fast and easy thanks to three USB ports, three of which are USB 3.0. With far faster transfer speeds than previous generations, USB 3.0 makes light work of copying even the biggest files to external disc and flash drives.

Unlike many new laptops, there's also built-in DVD drive for backing up, easily installing software or watching movies on the move.

Get connected

Accessing your internet is simple with built-in WiFi connectivity, you can also watch, play or work on a bigger screen in Full HD thanks to the HDMI port – perfect for watching films or playing games with friends.

Fantastic features

The Pavilion 15 features plenty of handy features to make your life that little bit easier, including a HP TrueVision webcam for staying in-touch love ones, a full-sized island-style keyboard for comfortable typing and high quality DTS sound.

Exclusive to HP is Connected Music, an embedded music service that provides a year's free access to the entire Universal Music catalogue, along with chances to win live music prizes and meet and greet events.

This model is the upgraded version of last year's best selling HP G6 laptop and includes plenty of new features and a significantly slimmer chassis.

Work and play with complete confidence with the HP Pavilion 15-n276sa 15.6” Laptop.

6 Comments

AMD chip for £400 is robbery

Maximum £250, anything over, no Thanks.

AMD A8 for £400 is about normal, intel snobs might disagree, but the A8 can cope with a surprising amount of stuff. My old one ran quite a few recent games in low to medium settings and with 8GB Ram is certainly worth the money. Graphics are equivalent to the Radeon HD 7610M, better with the extra ram.

I've had both intel and AMD laptops (currently Intel but only because HP replaced my last one)

Edited by: "pbyron1" 17th May 2014

cojack

Maximum £250, anything over, no Thanks.



what planet are you on. you can't get a laptop for 250!

pbyron1

AMD A8 for £400 is about normal, intel snobs might disagree, but the A8 … AMD A8 for £400 is about normal, intel snobs might disagree, but the A8 can cope with a surprising amount of stuff. My old one ran quite a few recent games in low to medium settings and with 8GB Ram is certainly worth the money. Graphics are equivalent to the Radeon HD 7610M, better with the extra ram.I've had both intel and AMD laptops (currently Intel but only because HP replaced my last one)


I looked at getting a laptop recently mainly for business. saw the pcworld Asus deal on here. it had an Intel I5 chip but the build quality and keyboard were dreadful

instead i bought the Toshiba a10 laptop for 349 from heelas. it had 100 off. probably not quite as quick as the Asus but the build quality and keyboard were a billion times better

So is this a good Laptop as I have never used HP before & will it come down it price further ?
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