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Tue, 06 Sep 2022 03:50:00 -0500en-gbtext/htmlhttps://www.pocket-lint.com/hpKillexams : Randomised evaluations of health programmes: from design to implementation
This information is for the 2020/21 session.
Dr Mylene Lagarde COW 3.02
This course is available on the MSc in Global Health Policy, MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing, MSc in International Health Policy and MSc in International Health Policy (Health Economics). This course is available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit.
Randomized trials have long been used in the clinical world to test the efficacy of medical treatments. Increasingly, social scientists have used the same approach, randomly assigning groups to different interventions, in order to determine which policies are most likely to address the key behavioural problems faced by health systems, from inadequate provider performance to low adherence to treatment or risky health behaviours.
This course proposes a hands-on and intuitive approach to designing and conducting a randomised evaluation of a behavioural health programme. The aim of the course is to provide students will the skills required to design and implement a successful randomised evaluation. By the end of the course, students should be able to:
Explain the reasons for undertaking randomised evaluations;
Design and plan a randomised experiment to ensure it answers relevant questions, informed by a conceptual framework;
Understand the technical aspects of the randomised evaluation, including be able to perform and understand simple trial size calculation;
Explore potential threats to randomisation, and implement strategies to mitigate them;
Determine how to best measure the outcomes of interest, including reflecting on the accuracy of survey instruments;
Understand the best practices in how to conduct and manage fieldwork, and follow ethical principles to conducting research.
Understand the best practices to analyse data from different types of randomised evaluations.
Seminars will be designed to encourage students to critically engage with the syllabus and apply the technical skills taught in lectures. Each seminar will be closely aligned with the lecture content to give students the opportunity to apply the new knowledge. Case studies will be chosen from various cultural backgrounds, to allow the presentation of a diverse range of settings and issues. Throughout the courses, but more extensively in the second half of the term, seminars will be dedicated to discussing issues and problems raised in lectures in relation to the project chosen by students in their group for the research protocol.
This course will be delivered through a combination of lectures and seminars totalling a minimum of 20 hours during Lent Term. Students will have access to lecture material delivered either in person or as short online videos. Seminars will take place in small groups and consist of a mix of case studies and discussions/presentations of the students’ own work. Ahead of the seminars students will work in small groups on structured learning activities set by the course lead. Each seminar will also be a forum for discussing, presenting and receiving feedback on students’ research protocols.
There will be a departmental memorizing week in week 6 of term.
A draft protocol. Students will be asked to submit a short 1,500 word draft protocol by week 5. While some aspects of their work may still be work in progress (e.g. using bullet points), students will be expected to write up the start of their protocol in a detailed way. Detailed feedback will be given to each student.
The main textbook that will be used throughout the course is:
Glennerster, R., & Takavarasha, K. (2013). Running Randomized Evaluations: a Practical Guide. Princeton University Press.
Other useful resources include:
Gerber, A. S., & Green, D. P. (2012). Field Experiments: Design, Analysis and Interpretation. New York, NY: Norton.
Duflo, Esther, et al. (2006) Using Randomization in Development Economics Research: A Toolkit.
White, Howard (2009) ‘Theory-based impact evaluation: principles and practice’, Journal of Development Effectiveness 1(3)
Drost, E.A. (2011) Validity and Reliability in Social Science Research. Education Research and Perspectives, 38, 105- 123
Olken, B. A. (2015). "Promises and Perils of Pre-analysis Plans." Journal of Economic Perspectives 29(3): 61--80.
Rachel Glennerster and Shawn Powers Balancing Risk and Benefit: Ethical Tradeoffs in Running Randomized Evaluations
Dupas, P., & Miguel, E. (2017). Impacts and Determinants of Health Levels in Low-Income Countries. In E. Duflo & A. Banerjee (Eds.), Handbook of Field Experiments: North Holland.
Other general interest books that discuss randomised evaluations (applications, challenges) include:
Halpern, D. (2016). Inside the Nudge Unit. London, Penguin Press.
Leigh, A. (2018). Randomistas: How Radical Researchers Are Changing Our World, Yale University Press.
Research proposal (100%) in the LT.
The objective of the research protocol (4,000 words max) will be to plan the randomised evaluation of a particular health programme. Students will be asked to choose an intervention to address a particular behavioural problem from a proposed list (e.g. increasing health insurance uptake, improving doctor performance or quality of care; reducing risky health behaviours; increasing patient adherence to treatment etc.). Students will also be given the option to choose their own subject (pending agreement by their seminar leader).
Fri, 23 Oct 2020 08:57:00 -0500text/htmlhttps://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/calendar2020-2021/courseGuides/HP/2020_HP428.htmKillexams : Best HP Laptops for 2022
Like other PC makers such as Dell, Lenovo, Acer and Asus, HP is in the midst of updating the processors in its laptops and two-in-ones. That means Intel-based models are moving from 11th-gen to 12th-gen CPUs, while AMD Ryzen systems are switching from 5000-series chips to 6000-series. It also means it's generally a good time to look for deals on older models of the best HP laptops. However, we've also seen big performance improvements with the new processors. An updated model might cost a little more but will add to the overall longevity.
Spectre is HP's top consumer laptop line so you're getting the best of the best with this 16-inch two-in-one.
Lots of features for home and office work
Active pen and laptop sleeve included
Of course, a premium two-in-one like the Spectre x360 comes at a relatively high price; it starts at around $1,200. The top-end configuration we reviewed was good but not great considering its $2,030 price. This is definitely one we recommend getting with the 12th-gen Intel processors and Intel Arc graphics if you're going to go all-in. Read our HP Spectre x360 16 review.
HP's Victus 16 is a surprisingly robust and powerful gaming laptop that keeps up with the latest games at a more affordable price. Compared to HP's high-end Omen gaming laptop line, the Victus is more of an all-purpose laptop but still configured for gaming with a price starting at less than $1,000. HP offers several configurations with graphics chip options ranging from Nvidia's entry-level GeForce GTX 1650 up to a midrange RTX 3060 or AMD Radeon RX 6500M. We like almost everything about it except for its flimsy display hinge and underwhelming speakers. Read our HP Victus 16 review.
There are plenty of convertible Chromebooks, where the screen flips around to the back of the keyboard so you can use it as a tablet. But Chrome tablets with removable keyboards like the HP Chromebook x2 11 are still a rarity. It offers long battery life and performance that rises (slightly) above the competition. The main downside is that it's expensive; the model we reviewed is $599. However, that price did include both the keyboard cover and USI pen and it's regularly on sale for $200. If you're interested make sure to wait for one of those deals. Read our HP Chromebook x2 11 review.
If you're making a laptop aimed at creatives, it's not enough to just put discrete graphics and a strong processor in a slim body. The extra performance really should be paired with a good screen, and that's what you get with the HP Envy 14. The laptop's 16:10 14-inch 1,920x1,200-pixel display not only gives you more vertical room to work, but is color-calibrated at the factory and covers 100% of the sRGB color gamut. The result: a well-rounded option for creatives looking for on-the-go performance at a reasonable price. This model is due for a refresh, though, so keep an eye out for updated models. Read our HP Envy 14 review.
Fri, 24 Jun 2022 23:01:00 -0500See full bioentext/htmlhttps://www.cnet.com/tech/computing/best-hp-laptops-for-2022/Killexams : Africa must invest in teachers to enhance teaching skills – Experts
Education experts have called on governments in African countries to invest in building the right skill set for teachers to enable them to keep up with the pace of global development.
Speaking at the #NextGen Educators Forum organised by HP with the theme: ‘The Transformation of Education Begins With Teachers,’ Simi Nwogugu, chief executive officer at Junior Achievement Africa, said educators need to understand that their traditional role as experts imparting knowledge has evolved to that of guides that facilitate knowledge-acquisition, design thinking, and critical reasoning skills in their students.
“Educators need to be equipped with emotional intelligence skills to be able to continually adapt to the needs of the students under their charge. Forums like this help steer all of us in the education sector in the right direction for how best to empower teachers to be more effective in the classroom,” she said.
Mayank Dhingra, senior education business leader for Africa, Middle East, and Eastern Europe for HP, said the time to rethink and reshape the future of Africa’s education sector is now.
Dhingra said the past few years have thrust the sector into dramatically new ways of learning, adding that it has shown that Africa needs to empower teachers with the right tools to ensure that learners have the best chance at future-proof outcomes.
“The world of education is evolving, and teaching must be transformed to better meet the needs of a digital learner. That is why HP launched its Innovation and Digital Education Academy (HP IDEA), which plays a critical role in bridging the skills gap and forms part of HP’s goal to accelerate digital equity for 150 million people by 2030,” Dhingra said.
Folawe Omikunle, chief executive officer of Teach for Nigeria, said the only way African countries can reach their full potential is by investing in education.
“By investing in teachers, we are investing in our children’s futures, and inevitably that of our continent. We know there are numerous challenges educators face, and these discussions will help in providing African solutions to African challenges,” she said.
On the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, Brian Schreuder, former superintendent general at the Western Cape Education Department, said the disruption by the pandemic has proven that the education sector is resilient.
“We witnessed teachers implementing innovative strategies to keep learning at critical points of the schooling year. Armed with even better tools and relevant training, African teachers can transform this sector,” he said.
To understand the realities of 21st-century teaching, a study was carried out, which identified 10 skills as crucial to future-proofing classrooms for educators. About 70 percent of the teachers surveyed said that soft skills such as creative, innovative, critical, entrepreneurial thinking, and digital literacy are very important.
One in three teachers said they could benefit from additional training to Improve the above-mentioned skills and that the development would have an enormous impact on the pedagogy.
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If you’re on the hunt for a laptop that’s as versatile as it is capable, the HP Spectre x360 ought to be on your radar. This convertible 2-in-1 notebook transitions from standard laptop form into a tablet with ease, along with tent-like and full-flat forms, with a full-sized stylus included for sketching, annotating and more.
HP’s latest 13.5-inch version of the Spectre x360 comes with a 12th Gen Intel Core i7 chip that’s capable of handling all sorts of creative and productive apps, plus the 13.5-inch screen is a stunner and the refreshed design is appealing. The slim, transformable approach has a couple drawbacks, including a steep asking price, but this is an alluring option all the same that ranks among the best laptops you can buy.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Price and configurations
The top-end model we tested sells for $1,749
We reviewed the highest-tier configuration of the HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptop with a 13.5-inch OLED touch display at 3,000 x 2,000 resolution, plus an Intel Core i7-1255U processor, 16GB RAM, and a 1TB SSD. It sells for $1,749 exclusively from Best Buy(opens in new tab).
HP also offers cheaper configurations with a lower-resolution 1080p display, as well as options that include half the RAM and/or SSD storage. Those models are available from HP.com. Our review unit came in Nightfall Black with brass accent details, but HP also sells the 13.5-inch Spectre x360 in Nocturne Blue and Natural Silver colorways.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Design
The latest Spectre sheds the angular accents for rounded features
Putting ports on the back corners is a neat touch here
A glance at our review of the previous HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 14-inch model reveals a pretty significant design shift for 2022. The convertible form factor is the same and the HP Spectre x360 remains slim and versatile, but the visual flourishes on the aluminum chassis are newly refreshed.
HP’s latest refresh embraces rounded elements rather than the angular appeal of the last version, with smooth surfaces that meet at the edges at a slim, brass-hued meeting point. It’s a more understated approach this time around—a little less flashy, no doubt, but this Spectre still looks and feels like a premium, pricey notebook. And that’s exactly what it is.
As with the previous version, the upper right corner houses one of the two USB-C/Thunderbolt 4 ports—and now the headphone port is located on the upper left corner, as well. Coming from basically every other laptop, it’s an interesting adjustment to get used to, but also a distinctive design tweak. It arguably benefits the tablet form factor the most, adding to its versatility as you choose how to hold the device.
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Along with the two USB-C ports, you also get one USB-A port on the left side of the laptop. It has a tiny spring-loaded door that partially covers the port when not in use, ensuring that the slim exterior remains smooth and flush otherwise. There’s also a microSD card slot on the right side of the laptop next to one of the USB-C ports. The Spectre x360 also offers the latest and greatest Wi-Fi 6E standard onboard for supported routers.
HP’s convertible folds up pretty slim with dimensions of 11.73 x 8.68 x 0.67 inches, and while there are lighter laptops out there—like the Acer Swift 5 at 2.65 pounds and M2 MacBook Air at 2.7 pounds—this 3.01-pound notebook is pretty easy to haul around. It only feels heavy in tablet form, really, as that’s noticeably heftier than an iPad or comparable device.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Display
This model has a gorgeous 3,000 x 2,000 OLED touch display
At a 3:2 aspect ratio, this 13.5-inch panel provides a lot of screen space
As a laptop targeted at creatives and on-the-go professionals, the HP Spectre x360 demands a top-of-the-line display. Thankfully, HP did not disappoint. The configuration I tested features a bold 13.5-inch OLED touch display at a blisteringly sharp 3,000 x 2,000 resolution.
It’s been a while since I tested a laptop with an OLED panel and I was immediately struck by the deepness of the black levels and the vivid contrast. There are some truly fine LCD panels on today’s premier laptops, but the advantages of an OLED screen still stand out by comparison.
Meanwhile, you can’t go wrong with a 3K x 2K resolution, providing ample crispness for text and graphics plus loads of potential screen real estate if you run at the native resolution without zooming. The 3:2 aspect ratio here gives you a taller space than a standard widescreen (16:9) approach, which is handy for productivity needs, and the 90% screen-to-body ratio means there’s little bezel surrounding the view.
HP advertises a respectable 400 nits of brightness, whereas we measured an average of 362 nits. Most of the time, the HP Spectre x360 met my visibility needs, but there were occasions where I wanted a little more brightness. I’m used to cranking up a 2021 M1 MacBook Pro at full brightness, which tops HP’s panel on that mark.
This bold and crisp 13.5-inch panel is a touchscreen too, of course, which is essential for the tablet form and may be useful to media creators and consumers alike. It responded admirably to both my fingers and the bundled HP MPP 2.0 Tilt Pen, which I’ll touch on further later in the review.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Performance
The latest 13.5-inch Spectre x360 has a speedy Intel Core i7-1255U chip
It performs well, but the Core i7-1260P chip in some rival laptops is faster
HP packed quite a bit of power within the skinny frame of the HP Spectre x360. It uses a 12th-gen Intel Core i7-1255U chip, which is designed for ultrathin laptops. As such, it puts out a bit less speed than the Core i7-1260P that some recent premium notebooks are using, but it also sucks up less battery life as a result.
Practically, in everyday use, I didn’t notice any real difference in usability between the Spectre x360 and the Acer Swift 5, for example, which uses the higher-end i7-1260P processor. Both are super speedy and responsive, with 16GB RAM here ensuring that the device never feels bogged down even amid loads of active browser tabs.
Still, when it comes to benchmark testing, there is a difference in performance. We registered a score of 7,243 on Geekbench 5.4, which is a fair bit less than the Swift 5’s 9,859, as well as the M2 MacBook Pro’s score of 8,911. It’s still a great score, however—and again, the device didn’t feel slower than the Acer Swift 5 in terms of daily use and navigation.
Where you’ll see more of a difference is with processor-intensive tasks. For example, our Handbrake video test—in which a 4K clip is transcoded down to 1080p—took 10:33 on the HP Spectre x360. That’s nearly three full minutes longer than the Acer Swift 5 (7:35), while the M2 MacBook Air completed the task in 7:52. Still, it crushes laptops with last year’s 11th-gen i7 chips, including the Dell XPS 13 OLED (18:12).
You can expect pretty speedy performance from this 1TB SSD, as well. We were able to duplicate 25GB in files in 19.7 seconds for an effective transfer rate of over 1.36GB per second. That’s short of the Acer Swift 5 (1.67GB/sec), again, but beats rivals like the Microsoft Surface Laptop 4 (562MBps) and Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 (869MBps). It’s extremely quick.
As you might expect from a super-thin laptop, the HP Spectre x360 13.5-inch isn’t built for serious gaming. But it performed better than expected, despite relying on integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics rather than a dedicated GPU. You won’t be able to run super-demanding games like Cyberpunk 2077 or Forza Horizon 5, but it can handle popular free-to-play games like Fortnite and Rocket League.
You’ll need to knock down the resolution on Rocket League and Fortnite to get them to run at a stable frame rate, but they both played smoothly with more effects enabled than on the Acer Swift 5. That trend continued with our benchmark test on Civilization VI: Gathering Storm, which delivered better frame rates than on the Swift 5—over 29fps at 1080p resolution, or nearly 23fps at the native 2000p resolution.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Audio
Sound quality is pretty good overall, but not the best around
HP has outfitted the Spectre x360 2-in-1 laptop with Bang & Olufsen quad speakers, which do an admirable job of presenting clear and crisp audio playback on such a slim notebook. They get solidly loud and music output sounds pretty balanced overall, although bass is lacking.
All that said, when put side-by-side with an M1 MacBook Pro, Apple’s laptop beat it across the board, with louder playback, more dynamic output, and better bass. Plus, like a lot of notebooks with downward-firing speakers, HP’s Spectre can sound muffled when it’s in your lap. MacBooks avoid that issue entirely with speaker grates on either side of the keyboard.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Keyboard and touchpad
The keys feel responsive and provide a comfortable level of travel
The touchpad is huge, plus you get a stylus for the touchscreen
HP’s boxy chiclet keys depress smoothly and spring right back into place, avoiding feeling mushy or unresponsive. The keys are slightly narrower than on a MacBook Pro, for example, albeit with a little more space between them, but they press more deeply here.
In any case, I made a smooth transition over to the keyboard, topping 100 words per minute on the 10fastfingers.com test, much as I did with the latest Acer Swift 5 model. My only annoyance with the keyboard is that HP placed little rubberized pads around it to facilitate the 2-in-1 design, and occasionally it’d catch me off guard when grazing a finger or palm against one.
Thankfully, HP has adorned the Spectre x360 with a huge touchpad at 4.9 x 3.1 inches, similar to recent MacBooks, providing plenty of space for multi-touch gestures and comfortable scrolling. It’s a responsive, reliable touchpad that is slightly depressed compared to the surrounding surface and smoother, as well, making it easy to find with your fingers.
Meanwhile, the fingerprint sensor works admirably for security purposes, with quick recognition to unlock the laptop. The placement—to the left of the arrow keys, right in the keyboard layout—may take some getting used to, but the function is just fine.
As mentioned, the HP Spectre x360 comes with its own rechargeable touch pen, which works precisely and comes with swappable tip options to suit your drawing and annotating needs. A pair of buttons on the stylus can be customized for certain needs, while a hidden USB-C port—revealed via a sliding cover—makes it easy to top up when the battery runs low. It magnetically connects to the right side of the screen when not in use, too.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Webcam
It’s a decent 5MP video camera that works fine for video conferencing
With a 5-megapixel camera onboard, the HP Spectre x360 does an OK job with video conferencing, capturing 1080p video footage with solid detail. It can grab still images at up to 2560x1920 too, depending on selected aspect ratio. It’s not the sharpest shooter I’ve seen on a recent laptop, as the Acer Swift 5 packs in even more detail, but it gets the job done.
HP bundles in a few additional video options here, including an Auto Frame feature that will follow your face around the frame, as well as tweaks that can lighten your image and apply filters to your face. Personally, I didn’t keep any of them on after trying them out: Auto Frame perpetually zooms into your face, shedding video quality in the process, while the backlight adjustment feature can wash out the video. Your mileage may vary.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Battery life
Battery life is only modest compared to premium rivals
At max brightness, it only lasted about four hours in average daily use
For all its power and polish, the HP Spectre x360’s battery life comes up short. If you’re willing to cut down the brightness on that beautiful screen, you can potentially stretch it out across a full workday.
We registered just over 10 hours of battery life when knocking the brightness to 150 nits (less than half of peak) and continuously browsing the web. Still, that’s less than other 2-in-1 models like the Lenovo Yoga 9i (11:15) and the 2021 Spectre x360 14-inch model (about 12 hours). Apple’s M2 MacBook Air blows them all out of the water at 18:20, mind you.
But if you want to run the Spectre x360 at full settings, be ready to sacrifice significant uptime. At max brightness, I notched only about four hours of uptime while performing basic tasks like browsing the web, writing, and watching YouTube videos.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Heat
It runs hot around the hinge with power-intensive apps and games
As a slim 2-in-1 convertible laptop, the HP Spectre x360 doesn’t have a ton of room to fit heavy-duty fans. Most of the time, though, it does just fine at dissipating heat—but not always. Noticeably, the Spectre x360 runs hottest around the hinge, where we registered a peak temperature of 100.5 degrees during lab testing.
That’s solidly above our 95-degree comfort threshold, but it’s worth noting that no other part of the laptop got as warm during times of peak performance.
HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.5-inch (2022) review: Verdict
It’s an impressive 2-in-1 option with a few drawbacks in the mix
You’ll get more power and battery life for less cash in a non-convertible laptop
If you think you’ll reliably use the tablet form factor and stylus, then the HP Spectre x360 is a sharp 2-in-1 option for those with a premium budget. There are other strong options near this price point, including the upgraded Lenovo Yoga 9i with 12th-gen Intel Core i7 chips, however—we really liked last year’s model with the previous Core i7 processor aboard.
All that said, you’re clearly paying HP a premium for the convertible form factor here—so if that’s negligible to your needs, you can find more power and longer battery life at a lower price, particularly with the excellent Acer Swift 5. Even so, if you need a notebook that flips, HP’s option is plenty enticing.
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Our Top Picks
Processor:11th Gen Intel Core i7-1165G7 (up to 4.7 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 12 MB L3 cache, 4 cores, 8 threads)
Memory & Storage:16 GB LPDDR4x-3733 MHz RAM, upgradable up to 32GB | Storage: 1 TB PCIe NVMe TLC M.2 SSD
Graphics & Networking:Intel Iris Xe Graphics | Realtek Wi-Fi 6 (2x2) and Bluetooth 5.2 combo (Supporting Gigabit data rate), MU-MIMO supported, Miracast Compatible
Operating System & Software:Pre-loaded Windows 10 Home with lifetime validity | Pre-installed Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 | Alexa Built-in | Fingerprint Reader
TheVictus by HP Ryzen 7 5800H 16.1-inch (40.9 cm) FHD Gaminglaptop is the best overall laptop on this list. It runs on Windows 10 Home and comes with 16GB RAM and 512GB internal storage space and is backed by an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H that provides fast and smooth performance.
Usually available for around Rs. 42,499 in the Indian market, theHP 15 (2021) Thin & Light Ryzen 3-3250 Laptop is the best budget laptop on this list.
Stay connected to what matters most with long-lasting battery life and a sleek and portable, micro-edge bezel design.
TheVictus by HP Ryzen 5 5600H 16.1-inch(40.9 cm) FHD Gaming Laptopis the best 2 in 1 laptop on this list.
Explore Plenty of HP Laptops Below
HP is a leading laptop brand in India. It is known for affordability, high-quality features, and several other top-notch features. HP has been around for decades and will be around for a much longer duration as their products are unbeatable. Having known that the company will be around for a long time increases the value of its warranties and its products as a long-term investment. HP laptops have options for both the high-end market and those on a budget. It can be used conveniently by students, businesses, or other related works. Usually, the laptops from HP are renowned for their sturdy construction. You can get a reliable, sturdy laptop in any price range. These laptops come with complete equipment such as two cable chargers, a CD/DVD drive, HDD existing in recovery, a built-in webcam, and a microphone in almost every model without extra charge.
Advantages of HP laptop
·No need for peripherals
Drawbacks have seen in HP laptops
·Poor Battery Life
And if you are looking for the best HP laptops in India, you have landed at the right place. We have prepared a list of the best HP laptops for you. Read on!
Summary Of The Best HP Laptops In India
Here is a glance at all the best HP Laptops in 2022 along with their respective prices.
Having a screen size of 156 inches and 1920X1080 pixel resolution, the HP Pavilion laptop brings to you exceptional performance and an amazing experience, regardless of whether you are a gamer or a working professional. Powered by 11thGen Intel Core i5 and a 4.2 GHz Intel Turbo Boost technology.
DDR4 RAM has a memory of 8GB that can be expanded to 16GB for enhancing performance and allowing you to work in multiple tabs. Apart from this, the SSD component offers an internal storage of 512GB.
Apart from this, its performance is excellent, and you won’t have to worry about blurred images, high refresh sync, delays between the actions performed and responses received. It has a Type-C SuperSpeed USB port that enhances the data transfer speed by several notches.
Therefore, you won’t have to struggle to connect the earphone or headphones for an immersive sound experience. What’s more, is the presence of Dual Array digital speakers and BBO dual speakers that enhance the spatial sound experience. It supports multi-touch gestures with a wonderful keyboard design.
Screen Size:15.6 Inches
Operating System:Windows 11 Home
Reviews:3.9 out of 5 Stars
5.2-enabled Bluetooth and WiFi connectivity options
The Victus by HP Ryzen 5 5600H is a sleek and stylish laptop with a screen size of 16.1 inches, Anti-glare IPS, micro-edge bezel display that enables you to see every content with perfect clarity. It runs on Windows 10 Home and is backed by 8GB RAM, 512GB ensuring you store all your notes, videos, photos, games, etc. Moreover, this laptop is a very convenient choice for people who want a fast working laptop because it comes with AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor. When you are too tired of studying or working, you can even play games with ease as this laptop comes with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050 graphic card. Furthermore, this laptop is equipped with an enhanced thermal solution that prevents overheating while playing games.
Operating System:Windows 10
Screen Size:15.6 inches
Comes with a 16.1 inches Full HD display
Low refresh rate
Equipped with an 8GB RAM
The build quality could have been better
Backed by AMD Ryzen 5 5600H processor
Offers 1920 x 1080 pixels resolutions
The HP 15 (2021) is a thin, light, and well-built 15.6 inches laptop with an FHD display that provides more brightness for an enhanced screen experience. It is backed by 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD for you to store your important documents safely. Moreover, the latest AMD Ryzen 3 3250U processor of this laptop will help you tackle your workday easily. Also, it comes with AMD Radeon Vega 6 graphics that makes your experience better.
The HP Pavilion (2021) is a sleek and stylish, 14 inches laptop with an IPS, FHD micro-edge display that provides an expansive viewing experience. It is backed by 16GB RAM and 512 GB storage space for faster performance and safe data storage. Moreover, it runs on an 11thGen Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor that provides a wide range of multimedia capabilities so you can view, read, stream, and learn all at once. Furthermore, it is equipped with an Intel Iris Xe graphic processor which is quite good for gaming.
Operating System:Windows 10 Home
Screen Size:14 inches
Comparatively smaller screen size
Comes with a Micro-bezel display
Offers long battery life
Comes with a fingerprint reader
The HP250 G8 is another stylish and portable laptop with 15.6 inches display. It runs on Windows 10 and is backed by 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD storage space that allows you to store all the important data. The laptop comes with an 11thGen Intel Core i3-1115G4 processor for better performance. Moreover, it has Intel HD graphics that provides you with a smooth gaming experience. Furthermore, it provides you 5 hours long battery life so that you do not need to worry about its charging. Lastly, this laptop has a 720p HD camera that gives you great video quality for facetime.
Operating System:Windows 10
Screen Size:15.6 inches
The graphics could have been better
Backed by 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD
Equipped with 11thGen Intel Core i3-1115G4 processor
The HP 14 is a compact and ultra-portable 14 inches laptop with an HD Anti-Glare, micro-edge display that is easy on the eyes. It runs on Windows 10 home and is backed by 8GB RAM upgradeable up to 16GB and 512GB for storing notes, videos, etc. Also, it is equipped with an 11thGen Intel Core i5 processor to keep up with your fast-paced life. Moreover, with the Intel Turbo Boost technology of this laptop, you can run the processor faster than the marked frequency. Furthermore, this laptop comes with Pre-installed Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 for your ease. Lastly, it comes with a built-in Alexa that responds to voice commands to play music, surf the internet, shop, and control smart home devices.
Operating System:Windows 10 Home
Screen Size:14 inches
Beautiful, sturdy design
Gets heated while operating
Backed by 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD storage
The screen size is small
Has an in-built Alexa
Hangs while operating
Comes with an 11thGen Intel Core i5 processor ensuring fast performance
7. HP 15, 11th Gen Intel Core i5-8GB RAM/512GB SSD 15.6-inch(39.6 cm) Laptop, FHD, IPS, Micro-Edge, Anti-Glare Display/Iris Xe Graphics/Alexa Built-in/Win 11/1.75kg, 15s-du3517TU -Click here for Amazon deal
Stay connected to what matters most with long-lasting battery life and a sleek and portable, micro-edge bezel design. Built to keep you productive and entertained from anywhere, the HP 15 laptop features reliable performance and an expansive display - letting you stream, surf, and speed through tasks from sun up to sundown. See more of your screen on the 6.5 mm micro-edge bezel display. A thin and light design makes it easy to take this PC anywhere.
Tackle your busiest days with the performance of an Intel® processor. Save more of what you love with abundant storage for all your photos, videos, and documents. Long-lasting battery life and HP Fast Charge technology let you work, watch, and stay connected all day. Integrated precision touchpad with multi-touch support speeds up navigation and productivity.
Price- Rs. 55,990
Model Name- 15s-du3517TU
Operating System- Windows 10 Home
Screen Size– 15.6 inches
This device has anti-glare.
It doesn't have a backlit keyboard.
It has Intel Iris Xe Graphics.
Unfortunately, this laptop does not have an internal slot for an internal HDD.
The HP 14 Ryzen 5 5500U is a sturdy and stylish 14 inches laptop with an FHD Anti-Glare, micro-edge display. It is backed by 8GB DDR-3200 RAM upgradeable up to 16GB and 512GB SSD storage so that you never run out of space. The laptop runs on Windows 10 Home and comes with an AMD Ryzen 5 5500U processor for faster performance. Moreover, it is backed by an AMD Radeon graphics card so you can also play games easily. Furthermore, it comes with a pre-loaded Windows 10 Home with lifetime validity and Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019 for ease of the user.
Model Name:14s-fq 1030AU
Operating System:Windows 10 Home
Screen Size:14 inches
Smaller screen size
Comes with 8GB RAM and 512GB SSD
Backed by an AMD Ryzen 5 5500U
Runs on Windows 10 Home
How Do We Pick The Best HP Laptops For You?
Here are some of the important features of the best HP Laptop that we kept in mind while curating this list for you.
Thesize is the most important factor to consider when buying a new HP laptop. If portability is your top priority thenyou should go for a Windows laptop that has a screen that’s at least 13, 14-inches and weighs around 2 kg.
2. Screen Quality
If you suffer from regular headaches a screen that's comfortable to look at is the solution. You should get a laptop with a 1920 x 1080-pixel resolution (full HD) screen if you want to see everything on the screen at once or use multiple programs side-by-side.
The processor is one of the most important components of any laptop as it's the brain of the laptop. Whether you're pressing a key or opening a file, the processor executes the command. For simple tasks like surfing the web, editing text, or writing an email, we would recommend a dual-core processor. It allows you to have several windows and apps open at once.
RAM is important because it allows you to work with more than one piece of information at a time. A 4GB of RAM is a good baseline for any Windows laptop. It's enough for basic tasks like browsing the web, watching Netflix, checking e-mail, and so on. If you're a photo/video editor or a gamer we would recommend you to buy an 8GB or 16 GB RAM laptop.
For storing large text files and photos then1TB of storage space is sufficient for you. However, if you want to store a lot of other stuff like - movies, songs, games, and other large files on your laptop, it is recommended to have a storage space of TB on your laptop.
Frequently Asked Questions About Purchasing A New HP Laptop
Here are our answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about purchasing a new HP Laptop in India (2022).
1. Which series is best for HP laptops?
TheVictus by HP Ryzen 7 5800H 16.1-inch (40.9 cm) FHD Gaminglaptop is the best HP laptop. It runs on Windows 10 Home and comes with 16GB RAM and 512GB internal storage space and is backed by an AMD Ryzen 7 5800H that provides fast and smooth performance.
2. Which HP laptop should we buy for home use?
The HP 250 G8 Laptop is the best laptop for home use. This laptop comes with an 11thGen Intel Core i3-1115G4 processor for better performance and has Intel UHD graphics that provides you with a smooth gaming experience.
3. Which HP laptop series is best?
The Victus by HP is the best HP series as it offers great battery life, a larger screen size, an immersive audio experience, and top-notch connectivity options.
The Bottom Line
So, these were the best HP Laptops in India in 2022. We hope our list of the best HP Laptops has helped you narrow down your search. Which of these HP Laptops models interests you the most? We have carefully picked the best HP laptops in India after deep research, product analysis of all of them. These laptops can be purchased by clicking on the Amazon link given in this article. However, if any of these HP laptops fit perfectly as per your requirement, do cross-check the specifications and be an informed buyer.
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