HP 350 G1 specs price

HP 350 G1 is a new handset designed for everyday use, thanks to a perfect balance between capacity and accessibility.

HP 350 G1 specs price

Dell ‘ HP 350 G1 is a 15-inch laptop that combines low cost, good construction and performance platform, standing out as the perfect solution for those who need an all-round notebook, but does not want to spend too much.

The construction of HP 350 is obviously cheap and employs widely polycarbonate, but of seemingly good quality. The economic constrains doesn’t compromise on the safety and overall usability. HP 350 it has a spill-resistant keyboard, a biometric sensor for fingerprint reading technology and features HP 3D DriveGuard, for hard drive protection from falls or bumps and CoolSense , which adjusts the operating frequency and voltage instead of the processor and fan speeds to ensure that laptop doesn’t excessively hot.

Thanks to extensive configurability, the user can crop the hardware platform to find a fine balance between cost and performance. User can opt for not only Intel Core i3, i5 or i7 processors, but also for Pentium or Celeron processors (all Haswell), along with a maximum of 8 GB of RAM and an optional dedicated AMD Radeon HD 8760M video card. Internal storage of 750 GB – 1 TB is available.

The department ports and connections includes analog and digital video outputs VGA and HDMI, two USB 2.0 ports, one USB 3.0, one RJ-45 Ethernet, a combo audio jack for Line In and Out, an optical drive and modules Wi -Fi 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0. HP 350 G1 is equipped with a 4-cell battery 41 Wh detachable battery.

It also features an excellent audio / video system, thanks to the large anti-glare display with a diagonal of 15.6 inches HD display, and a sound system with support for DTS Sound and HD webcam with built in microphone. The user has a choice of Windows 7/8.1, Linux Ubuntu and even FreeDOS. It has a base price of $ 480 Euros.


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