If you are looking to pick up the cheapest HP laptop in 2014, once model that we have spotted this month surely has to be up for consideration. We now take a look at a HP 15-g092sa 15.6-inch Laptop review, which is unique in the fact that it actually ships with a dedicated graphics card.
It means that those who have gaming in mind are going to want to keep tabs on this laptop for sure. The HP 15-g092sa 15.6-inch Laptop specs include the AMD Radeon R5 graphics unit, which combined with the AMD A8-6410 APU processor and 8GB of RAM, it should serve you well when it comes to playing 3D PC games on low to mid settings.
Elsewhere, the specs include a 15.6-inch display which is actually a HD Brightview LED backlit display with a 1366 x 768 resolution. The processor mentioned above is also quad-core in reality, with each chip offering 2GHz speeds.
You’ll be pleased to hear that this laptop comes with a whopping 1TB of hard drive storage, while a copy of Windows 8.1 64-bit is included.
There is a HD webcam on the front, dual speakers, a HDMI port, a USB 3.0 port and also 2 USB 2.0 ports rounding out the connectivity options.
Overall this is an excellent laptop, especially when we see that retailers in the UK are now offering this model for under £400 – that’s a bargain for a quad-core laptop with 8GB and a dedicated graphics card.
Going back to the gaming aspect, as we have included several gameplay tests showing that this processor and graphics combination can run games such as Battlefield 3, Left for Dead 2 and even Skyrim on acceptable settings.
We have also located some HP 15-g092sa benchmarks here for those that really want to analyse the performance. Finally, a detailed overlook of HP 15-g092sa specs can be downloaded with HP’s official spec sheet here.
In summary you can’t really go wrong for both casual and gaming use, for the price attached to this model at the moment. Let us know if you have spotted this HP 15-g092sa 15.6″ Laptop in Black for a low price in the UK and if you are considering a purchase.
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