HP 15-DY1023DX Budget Mid-Range 15.6″ Touch-Screen Laptop

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Specifications of the HP 15-DY1023DX

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Brand HP
Laptop type Standard non-convertible laptop

Affordable laptop
Screen size 15.6-inch (most popular laptop screen size)
Screen resolution 1366x768 pixels HD (entry-level sharpness)
Touchscreen Yes
Other display specs TN display tech (narrower viewing angles than IPS)

Glossy reflective coating
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Processor (CPU) Intel Core i5-1035G1 10th Gen (decent for heavier tasks, besides enabling effortless daily computing)
Graphics (GPU) Intel UHD G1 integrated graphics of 10th Gen Core i3 & i5 G1 (for light gaming)
System memory (RAM) size 12GB (for very comfortable multi-tasking)
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Data storage 256GB SSD (decent capacity)

Intel Optane memory 16GB (for storage performance optimization)
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DVD optical drive None
Keyboard, input Non-backlit keyboard with numeric pad

Multi-touch trackpad with integrated buttons

Touchscreen
Speakers and audio Stereo speakers

Combo microphone and headphones audio jack
Camera Front-facing web camera

HD 720p (standard laptop webcam resolution)
Wi-Fi wireless 802.11AC
Ethernet network port No
Bluetooth Yes
USB ports 1 x USB-C (compact type of USB port)

2 x USB 3.1 (standard full-size USB ports)
Video ports 1 x HDMI
Media card reader SD card reader
Battery 3-Cell
Weight 4.4 pounds
Height 0.7"
Width 14.1"
Depth 9.5"
Casing material Plastics
Casing color Gray
Windows version Windows 10 Home (standard Windows version)
Warranty 1-year
Year of release 2019

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Published on March 11, 2020

User Reviews and Q&A on the HP 15-DY1023DX

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  1. Question

    Kathleen

    I am looking to use this computer to start a UI/UX Springboard Bootcamp course. I need to run Adobe XD but I don’t want to pull this computer our of Windows S mode unless I know for sure the computer can handle it. I don’t want it to become unusable, ridiculously slow, especially once I have to run that and security software I don’t need to run in S mode. I’m debating buying another computer dedicated just to graphic design if this one can’t handle it and just use this for other basic tasks like word processing. If it can handle it though, it would save me a ton of money. I appreciate the help.

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    • Dan

      Hi, I must say I’m not an Adobe XD user, but the Intel Core i5-1035G1 in the 15-DY1023DX is a very capable all-purpose processor. And, Adobe XD doesn’t seem to be a very hardware demanding program by today’s standards, according to their system requirements. So, it doesn’t make sense to invest in a laptop with faster, pricier, and more battery consuming processor, such as the Intel Core i5 / i7 H-series you can find in gaming & high-performance class laptops.

      https://helpx.adobe.com/xd/system-requirements.html

      My main concern was the relatively weak Intel UHD graphics, but now I see XD doesn’t utilize the graphics processor much to speed up operation. And Intel UHD also meets the system requirements.

      12GB RAM is also a very decent size, well above the required 4GB.

      And the laptop uses an SSD storage drive, so you don’t have to deal with slow HDD performance.

      What bothers me is the TN display of the laptop. I personally recommend avoiding TN (narrow viewing angle) displays for everyday work, let alone for graphics design and such. But, regarding the internals, my opinion is that the 15-DY1023DX is adequate for Adobe XD. If you plan to use this laptop hooked up to a good external monitor, then I can recommend it for your work.

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    • Kathleen

      That’s a perfect answer to all my questions and very helpful. Thank you!

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