Gaming Laptop from HP for the Common People

Gaming Laptop from HP for the Common People

The latest gaming laptop from HP is the 15- G002AX. It comes at a very affordable price of about Rs 31,000. It is simple yet powerful and robust and at this price range, the laptop packs the most impressive features. The most impressive feature is the AMD Radeon HD 8570M 2 GB DDR3 graphics processor and to match up with it, there is an AMD A8 2GHz with Turbo Boost up to 2.4GHz quad-core processor. It also has a 4GB RAM expandable up to 8GB and 1600 MHz RAM frequency along with 2MB cache memory. There is a tremendously positive reception for this laptop as it has successfully impressed its buyers especially with its gaming abilities.
    The laptop also comes with a Windows 8.1 operating system, 15.6 inch HD BrightView LED Backlit Wide Screen Display in 1366x768 pixels resolution, High Definition Audio with dual-speakers and a 3-in-1 multicard reader, HP TrueVision HD Webcam and a 1TB Hard Disk capacity. It also has a 65W AC Adapter and a 4 cell battery. This laptop is absolutely worth the money with all its features, but the buyers have a few small issues with it. According to them, it does not have a Driver CD in the box and finding drivers of HP laptops from the internet is quite hard. Also the mouse pad seems to be a bit less responsive. Other than that, the laptop works as a charm and has practically no negatives where the choice won’t get changed .

 


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