HP Pavilion 15 Notebook Review


Whether you are new to PCs or an experienced user, the HP Pavilion 15 is a solid choice for anyone looking for a new computer. It has a powerful processor, a large display, and a great battery life. It also has a built-in colorimeter that helps you accurately measure your photos and color.

Battery life

Whether you need a notebook for work, play, or both, HP Pavilion 15 has covered you. It’s portable, powerful, and offers excellent value for money. It also comes with a touchscreen model for smartphone-style browsing.

HP Pavilion 15 is also one of the most stylish laptops on the market. It has an excellent design, a full-size keyboard, and a micro-edge display. In addition, its 720p webcam, HDMI port, and USB 3.1 Type-C port make it one of the most versatile laptops.

HP Pavilion 15 has a battery life of just over 7 hours. This isn’t bad for a laptop, but it’s far from ideal. Other notebooks have battery life that’s double or even triple the HP’s.


Whether you’re looking for a budget laptop or you’re looking for the latest in gaming technology, you’ll find it in the HP Pavilion 15. It’s been around for ages, but it’s re-invented itself with a sleek, stylish design and plenty of memory and storage.

It’s a budget laptop, but it’s still a full-size laptop with a keyboard that’s big enough to fit your palms. It also features a full-size backlit keyboard. It also features Bang & Olufsen audio, which gives its audio system power. It also features an HDMI port, which ensures you can connect your HP Pavilion to a big external monitor.

Graphics card

Choosing a graphics card for your HP Pavilion 15 depends on what you want out of your laptop. You can get excellent performance with a dedicated card, but if you’re on a budget, you may be better off with an integrated graphics card. However, if you’re looking for a gaming machine, you’ll need a graphics card.

If you’re a casual gamer, you may find that you’re happy with the low resolutions of your HP Pavilion 15. However, if you’re a serious gamer, you’ll need to spend a bit more to get a decent GPU.

The HP Pavilion 15 Au063nr has an integrated Intel HD Graphics 520 graphics card, but you should still expect to play the latest PC games at a reasonable 1080p resolution. However, this GPU isn’t a dedicated graphics card and will only be able to handle low-end games. That means you’ll have to share system memory with the CPU, hurting your gaming performance.

Battery capacity

Compared to most other laptops, the HP Pavilion 15 has a battery that lasts about seven and a half hours. That is better than the average battery life of some gaming laptops, but still not impressive. Those looking for a portable laptop with excellent battery life will want to check out the HP Spectre x360 13t.

The HP Spectre x360 13t is a powerful 2-in-1 convertible laptop. It has a good battery life, a decent keyboard, and is also quite affordable. It comes with a Ryzen 5 4600H (Renoir) APU, which is comparable to the one in the Lenovo Yoga Slim 7. However, the Ryzen 5 4600U is a bit more powerful than the Surface Laptop Go, which is a surprise.

X-Rite colorimeter results

X-Rite has created some great software to help with monitor calibration. This is a spinoff from the company that created the colorimeter. There are a few different types of colorimeters, including the i1 Display Pro and i1 Photo Pro. These models have similar underlying hardware but offer other features and functionality.

X-Rite sent me their i1 Extreme package for review. This is their high-end spectrophotometer and includes several additional packages for professional use. X-Rite also sent me an i1Photo Pro 3 Plus with some other features. These are a step up in performance from the previous model and include improved spectrometer software.

Maintenance guide

HP’s PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI tool is an excellent way to diagnose hardware problems. It can isolate issues caused by operating system components, hardware, and software components. It may be helpful if your computer fails to start, shows up with an error message, or has other maladies.

The HP PC Hardware Diagnostics UEFI tool can be downloaded to a USB flash drive. It does not come preinstalled on HP desktops or laptops. Instead, the tool is a part of HP Help and Support. It can contact HP support, diagnose hardware issues, and check for updates. It can be run in notebook mode or as an administrator.