HP 15t-dw200 15.6″ Laptop

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Specifications of the HP 15t-dw200

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Brand HP
Laptop type Standard non-convertible laptop
Performance Mid-range performance
Screen size 15.6-inch (most popular laptop screen size)
Screen resolution 1366x768 pixels HD (entry-level sharpness)

1920x1080 pixels Full HD (very good sharpness)
Touchscreen Yes (optional)
Other display specs IPS type (wide viewing angles)

TN type (narrower viewing angles than IPS type)

Glossy reflective coating

Anti-glare coating
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Processor (CPU) Intel Core i5-1035G1 10th Gen (decent for heavier tasks, besides enabling effortless daily computing)

Intel Core i7-1065G7 10th Gen (decent for heavier tasks, besides enabling effortless daily computing)
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Graphics (GPU) Intel Iris Plus G7 integrated graphics of 10 Gen Core i5, i7 G7 (for light gaming, but with improved smoothness)

Intel UHD G1 integrated graphics of 10th Gen Core i3 & i5 G1 (for light gaming)
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System memory (RAM) size 8GB (for comfortable multi-tasking)

12GB (for very comfortable multi-tasking)

16GB (for heavy multi-tasking)
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Data storage 256GB SSD (decent capacity)

512GB SSD (very good capacity)

1000GB (1TB) HDD (excellent capacity, but slow type of storage)

1000GB (1TB) SSD (excellent capacity)

1000GB (1TB) HDD + 256GB SSD (excellent capacity; slow but with decently large fast SSD portion)

Intel Optane memory 16GB (for storage performance optimization) (optional)

Intel Optane memory 32GB (for storage performance optimization) (optional)
About storage Storage capacity determines how much user data you can store locally on your laptop. SSD storage is much faster than HDD storage.

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DVD optical drive None
Keyboard, input Backlit keyboard with dedicated number pad

Non-backlit keyboard with number pad

Touchpad with separate physical click buttons

Touchscreen (optional)
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 802.11AX (the latest Wi-Fi standard)

802.11AC (previous-generation Wi-Fi standard, precursor of the latest 802.11AX)
Ethernet network port Yes
Bluetooth Yes
USB ports 1 x USB-C (compact type of USB port)

2 x USB 3.0 (standard full-size USB ports)
Video ports 1 x HDMI
Media card reader SD card reader
Battery 41 Whr capacity
Weight 3.9 pounds
About battery The battery capacity is typical for a 15.6" laptop with mid-range components.

Battery life varies depending on usage, settings, and other factors.
Height 0.8"
Width 14.1"
Depth 9.5"
Windows version Windows 10 Home (standard Windows version)

Windows 10 Pro (Windows with added business-oriented features)
Warranty 1-year
Year of release 2020
Country / region The listed specs are general / worldwide specs of the model. Some of its specs may vary depending on the particular configuration and region.

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Published on August 21, 2020

User Reviews and Q&A on the HP 15t-dw200

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  1. Question

    David

    What kind of games could this run? is it a good entry level gaming laptop.

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  2. Question

    Chuck Goblai

    How well would this laptop run for things like editing applications or just general school work?

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    • Dan

      Hi, what editing applications? Video or high-res photo editing are more demanding, while text and spreadsheet editing are light tasks. Nevertheless, both the Intel i5 and i7 processor options are excellent for the daily computing tasks and also decent for photo / video editing. General schoolwork is usually light, so these processors are excellent in that regard too.

      I would only avoid getting a configuration of the notebook with a hard disk drive instead of a solid state drive (much better performance in the real world use) and avoid the TN type (“standard viewing angle” or narrow viewing angle) screen option. IPS is much better in terms of screen quality.

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