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HP Pavilion 14-B109WM review MIA, but full specs listed

If you are looking for a cheaper laptop to buy during the 2013 Holiday Sales, but don’t want to break the bank, you may be interested in picking up the rather unique HP Pavilion 14-B109WM TouchSmart Sleekbook. Reviews for this new product appear to be mysteriously absent, but you’ll be pleased to hear that a full set of HP Pavilion 14-B109WM specs has been located.

It’s obviously a great time to pick up a new laptop as you are almost 100% certain to find discounts on all of the top brands, from retailers who just can’t resist slashing the prices of their products in order to make a quick sale.

We have a feeling that the HP Pavilion 14-B109WM will be no different, so what is so special about it? Firstly, you’ll want to know that this is a laptop with a touch-screen, so you’ll be able to use the browser and other features of Windows 8 solely with your hands if you prefer an alternative to mouse.

It’s easily the standout feature of the device as this is largely a budget-line model that is selling for a very low price, but features only satisfactory specs along with it.

Are you interested in this one or not this year?
Are you interested in this one or not this year?

To give you an idea, the HP Pavilion 14-B109WM specs include an Intel Celeron B877 Processor, 4GB of RAM, a 500GB Hard Drive and a 64-bit version of Windows 8. You won’t be able to handle any hardcore gaming either, as this only ships with integrated Intel HD Graphics 3000 – so bear that in mind if you are thinking of a purchase.

If you are still thinking about buying this, be sure to check out a full list of specs via HP’s website here, or over at Amazon here – model numbers may differ, but rest assured that this is the same product. Let us know your thoughts on this model.

Do the lack of reviews suggest that this laptop is worth giving it a miss over the 2013 Holiday Sales, regardless of any low prices?



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