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Posted by: Ed
« on: January 30, 2019, 00:31:34 »

Does this Radeon R7 output 4K?
Posted by: Sam Medley
« on: August 22, 2017, 15:45:26 »

@Agent Smith:
Review author here. Thanks for your comments!

The SSD mentioned referred to the HP Pavilion 15-aw004ng: The model we reviewed in that article is equipped with an M.2 SSD. HP's naming convention made that statement pretty confusing, as this is the HP 15 and that was the HP Pavilion 15.

I agree with you. The current AMD APUs are stretched too thin. Wait for Ryzen CPUs and APUs based on that architecture, which should hopefully create an interesting value proposition.
Posted by: Agent Smith
« on: July 18, 2017, 14:12:53 »

I believe SATA SSD was mentioned in the review, but that should be SATA HDD.

Overall a very unrefined notebook with too many flaws. HP shouldn't even have released this until they have fixed the drivers or compatibility with Microsoft. But I am seeing this trend with notebook equipped with AMD APU receive zero R&D for the big system builders.

Also the AMD APU's are really stretching their legs on a inefficient design. In my humble opinion you can leave the AMD notebooks in the shelves until the AMD Raven Ridge APU based on Zen arrives. Then it will be interesting to see how they stack up against Intel's mobile CPU counterpart.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: July 18, 2017, 07:15:31 »

Choppy waters. The HP 15-bw07ax brings AMD's newest high-end APU, the A12-9720P, to the market. However, the APU may be a bit too new - the system is remarkably unstable.

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