HP 15-bs020WM 15.6″ Touch Laptop review with price shock

By Alan Ng - Nov 9, 2017

Everyone loves buying affordable laptops during the Holiday season and each year, HP laptops seem to be the popular choice among shoppers as they look for the best prices online.

With this in mind, we have picked out one model in particular which is going to be offered for a very low price. This is the HP 15-bs020WM 15.6″ Touch Laptop sold by Walmart and comes with some impressive features for a price tag of $249 which will be available as of November 23, 2017.

HP 15-bs020WM laptop specs include a 15.6-inch touch supported display with Windows 10 Home, a quad-core Intel Celeron N3710 processor, 4GB of RAM, 500GB hard drive, HDMI port and stereo speakers.

The features are by no means high-end as you can see, but for a price of under $300 it is still a very suitable option for many of you as a casual laptop for browsing and minimal tasks.


HP 15-bs020WM battery life will last up to 7 hours according to HP, so again not the 10 hours plus that you would expect with a more premium model.

Although Walmart is keeping it a mystery, we expect that this model comes with Intel HD graphics so the HP 15-bs020WM won’t be suitable as a standalone gaming laptop, so make sure you are aware of that before buying or seek confirmation from staff.

Everything else about this model appears to be shrouded in secrecy and there are currently no HP 15-bs020WM reviews laptop at the time of writing. It really is a great price though, so leave your thoughts below and if you are tempted to buy this model at Walmart.

If you want to secure your order before stock is gone, buy it from Walmart here.

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Also See: HP 15-BA015WM laptop review and specs mystery for 2017

  • Night Hawk

    I just put one on layaway. You won’t find these specs for the price anyplace else. I’m not a gamer so for day-to-day business it looks like a real workhorse.

  • Marcus.C

    another one of Walmart’s budget black friday hp laptops. Does anyone actually buy these each year and are they any good?? tempted..