Hp Pavilion Gaming 15 - DK1056wm
|OS Version||Windows 10 Home|
|Processor||Intel Core i5|
|Speed||2.5 / 4.5 Ghz, i5-10300H, 8MB Cache, 4 Core, 8 Thread|
|Max Res||1920 x 1080 :Full HD|
|Detail||IPS, micro-edge, anti-glare, 250 nits, 45% NTSC|
|Optical||No Optical Drive|
|Graphics Card||nVidia Graphics|
|Memory||4 GB Dedicated|
|Audio||Audio by B&O; Dual speakers; HP Audio Boost 1.0|
|Features||Wifi, WebCam, Bluetooth, Backlit Keyboard|
|External Ports||USB 3.x, HDMI, RJ45 (LAN), Headphone/Mic combo, Mini DisplayPort|
|Dimensions||36 x 25.6 x 2.34 cm|
|Manufacturer Link||Additional Information|
|Warranty||International / Manufacturer|
The T Has Been Adopted by HP Keyboard Designers
The keyboard (backlit in a single colour; no varying zones or per-key RGB backlighting here) has an HP trademark that always makes me gnash my teeth: a row of cursor-arrow keys instead of the proper inverted T, with hard-to-hit half-height up and down arrows stacked between full-height left and right arrows.On the plus side, above the numeric keypad, you'll find dedicated, albeit small, Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down keys.The typing sensation is adequate, albeit the space bar makes an audible click at the end of each phrase, which I found annoying. The buttonless touchpad glides and taps with ease, although tapping the lower left or right corners feels and sounds strange.
Tests on Productivity, Storage, and Media
PCMark 10 and 8 are comprehensive performance suites created by UL's PC benchmark experts (formerly Futuremark). We used PCMark 10 to replicate various real-world productivity and content-creation routines. We use it to evaluate overall system performance for tasks like word processing, spreadsheet jockeying, web surfing, and videoconferencing in the office. The test provides a numerical score; the greater the number, the better. Meanwhile, PCMark 8 contains a storage subtest that we utilise to evaluate the boot drive's speed. The outcome is a proprietary numeric score, with higher numbers denoting better performance.
By producing sequences of extremely realistic, gaming-style 3D visuals with an emphasis on particles and lighting, 3DMark assesses relative graphical muscle. Sky Diver and Fire Strike are two separate 3DMark subtests that are tailored to distinct types of systems. Both are DirectX 11 benchmarks, however Sky Diver is better suited to laptops and midrange PCs, whilst Fire Strike is more demanding and designed to showcase high-end PCs. The end result is a set of scores that are only available to the company. Another synthetic graphics test comes next, this time from Unigine Corp. The Superposition test, like 3DMark, produces and pans through a rich 3D scene to see how well the system handles it. It's rendere in this circumstance.
Tests in the Real World of Gaming
The simulated tests mentioned above are useful for determining overall 3D aptitude, but real retail video games are difficult to top when it comes to gauging gaming performance. Far Cry 5 and Rise of the Tomb Raider are two recent AAA games that have benchmarking features. Both the moderate and highest graphics-quality presets were used in these tests, which were done at 1080p (Normal and Ultra for Far Cry 5; Medium and Very High for the Lara Croft adventure). Far Cry 5 runs on DirectX 11, however Rise of the Tomb Raider may be switched to DX12, which we did. With all the eye candy turned on, a frame rate of 70 to 80 frames per second is quite acceptable for pleasurable gaming, especially on mobile devices.
Battery Discharge Test
We set up the laptop in power-save mode (rather than balanced or high-performance mode) and made a few minor battery-saving modifications after fully charging it in preparation for our unplugged video rundown test. (We also disable Wi-Fi on the laptop and set it to aeroplane mode.) We loop a video—a locally stored 720p file of the same Tears of Steel movie we used in our Handbrake test—with screen brightness set to 50% and volume set to 100% until the machine conks out in this test. With a very respectable seven and two-thirds hours of runtime vs a pathetic three and one-third, the Pavilion made the Helios 300 seem terrible.
There are less things to transport. There is more to look forward to.
A lightweight laptop with a Precision Touchpad that makes it simple to get work done on the go, while the long battery life and HP Quick Charge allow you to stay on the go.
Entertainment on your laptop looks like packing a huge popcorn into a small jar, thanks to B&O Audio, a greater screen-to-body ratio, and micro-edge bezels that enhance your vision.
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