HP Pavilion (2021) 11th Gen Core i5 Laptop, 16 GB RAM, 2GB NVIDIA Graphics, 512GB SSD, 15.6″(39.62cms) FHD Screen, Windows 10, MS Office, Finger…

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HP Pavilion (2021) 11th Gen Core i5 Laptop, 16 GB RAM, 2GB NVIDIA Graphics, 512GB SSD, 15.6″(39.62cms) FHD Screen, Windows 10, MS Office, Finger…
  • Processor: 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1135G7 (up to 4.2 GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Technology, 8 MB L3 cache, 4 cores)
  • Memory: 16 GB DDR4-3200 SDRAM (2 x 8 GB) | Storage: 512 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD
  • Display: 15.6 Inch FHD IPS anti-glare micro-edge WLED-backlit, 250 nits, 45% NTSC (1920 x 1080), 141ppi
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce MX450 (2 GB GDDR5 dedicated)
  • Operating System & Pre-installed Software: Pre-loaded Windows 10 Home with lifetime validity, Microsoft Office Home & Student 2019

Specification: HP Pavilion (2021) 11th Gen Core i5 Laptop, 16 GB RAM, 2GB NVIDIA Graphics, 512GB SSD, 15.6″(39.62cms) FHD Screen, Windows 10, MS Office, Finger…


Product Dimensions

‎36 x 23.4 x 1.8 cm, 1.75 Kilograms




Form Factor


Item Height

‎18 Millimeters

Item Width

‎23.4 Centimeters

Standing screen display size


Memory Technology




‎1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

Processor Brand


Processor Type

‎Core i5

Processor Speed

‎4.2 GHz

Processor Count


RAM Size

‎16 GB


‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Maximum Memory Supported

‎16 GB

Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Operating System

‎Windows 10 Home

Graphics Chipset Brand


Graphics Card Description


Graphics RAM Type


Graphics Card Ram Size

‎2 GB

Graphics Card Interface


Number of USB 3.0 Ports


Hard Disk Description

‎Solid State Drive

Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Average Battery Life (in hours)

‎8 Hours

Are Batteries Included


Lithium Battery Energy Content

‎41 Watt Hours

Lithium Battery Weight

‎0.85 Grams

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells


Included Components

‎Laptop, Power Adapter

Item Weight

‎1 kg 750 g

8 reviews for HP Pavilion (2021) 11th Gen Core i5 Laptop, 16 GB RAM, 2GB NVIDIA Graphics, 512GB SSD, 15.6″(39.62cms) FHD Screen, Windows 10, MS Office, Finger…

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  1. Mystery

    The laptop is sleek for its weight. Feels premium. As long as you dont drop or scratch it with any object, the body would stay like new. Finger print scanner is lightning fast.
    Performance is very good. In battery saver mode you can watch downloaded videos for upto 8 hours. In performance mode the battery drains up too quickly. Everything about the laptop is near perfect, if battery life is not your major point of usage, go for it. The battery life is decent but could have been better. The sound quality is superb. Will update after a couple months of use.

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  2. DC Attri

    Likes : Performance
    Dislike: build quality

    I have been using Dell laptops since long. This is my first time I bought a HP laptop and I am very disappointed. Went to pavilion series so that I can get better quality than essential series. But worthless.

    When I am lifting the laptop in my hands I am hearing annoying sound. Seems like bottom panel near speaker is not well built and set.

    Easily banding while lifting. 0 stars for build quality.

    Can anyone help me to get refund instead of return. I want to go back to Dell again. Big regret buying this laptop

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  3. sacthak

    I bought this laptop because I needed a new computer for photo editing using Capture One Pro. I process a lot of Raw images. I was using my old 5th generation Intel i3 HP Pavilion with 12 GB RAM and 120 GB SSD. I use an external SSD for Raw images because any sort of internal or cloud storage is too limited in capacity. I currently use a Samsung T7 SSD. The problem with the old laptop was, it didn’t have a USB C port. So I had to rely on the USB A. To process and save a batch of 200 images it took about 24 hours. So it was time to upgrade.

    My options were a Macbook Air with M1 chip with 8GB RAM, or Windows 10 with 16GB RAM. I already have a Wacom One tablet, some external hard disks, all with USB A interface. I needed an SD Card reader. To get all this on a Macbook Air would cost me a small fortune taking my cost to almost 1 lakh rupees taking into account all the possible discounts. A folding laptop with touchscreen would not offer me much cost benefit. This laptop without touchscreen or folding screen, with 2GB NVIDIA card, cost me under Rs. 75,000. Without the NVIDIA, the cost would come down further by another 5,000. I chose the NVIDIA option. The surprise that came after buying the laptop is, the SD card slot is for the micro SD card – the one you use in your mobile phones, not in cameras. That cost me another Rs. 1,200 for a card reader – that’s USB A. But not a big problem, because just transferring the images from the SD card to the laptop takes a few minutes, not hours. I can live with that much delay.

    Setting up the computer wasn’t difficult because I have already set up computers before. We have a family subscription for MS Office. So there was nothing different to set up here. We just had to enter our MS office details.

    The computer is fairly light considering that it is a 15″ screen. The battery is internal. So it’s slim. We have lighter laptops at home, but that’s not something I would complain about when it comes to this computer. Unlike Microsoft Surface 4, the lid doesn’t lift up easily to open up. That’s another thing I can live with, considering the fact that it’s half as cheap. The resolution is 1920×1080. I knew it before I bought it. There are two USB A ports, one USB C port, HDMI, micro SD card reader, a headphone jack.

    Ergonomics: I touch type. So the placement of keys matters to me. The keys are fairly soft. The pressure is consistent. The orientation of the top row (QWERTY) and bottom (ZXCV) is fairly streamlined with respect to the home row (ASDFG). That holds on the left and the right side as well. I haven’t measured my speed, but I could perhaps type at 120 wpm with a fair level of accuracy. There is a separate number pad which is an advantage offered by the wider area. A 14 and a 13 inch screen normally doesn’t offer that advantage. Keyboard is backlit at three intensities – off, medium and bright. During the day you are better off turning the backlight off. In a dark room the back letters are easy to read. I wear glasses. My eyesight is weak. But I still find the letters easy to read, whether unlit, or backlit. The touchpad is pretty nice. It is wide. It was a problem with the earlier computer because you cannot avoid touching the touchpad while using the keyboard, and the curser used to go haywire. With this computer, somehow, the cursor remains undisplaced, moving from touchpad to keyboard to touchpad. I used to prefer using a mouse earlier. This is a pleasant experience even without a mouse. The POWER button is placed amongst the Function Keys. That comes as a surprise the first time when you open the computer. I wouldn’t cut a star rating for this, though.

    Overall I would not cut any rating points. It is a reasonably priced laptop with reasonable specifications. It did not come with any unpleasant surprises. That is what I would expect from a mid range Windows laptop.

    The booting time is pretty fast. I didn’t clock it, but it’s perhaps less than a minute. If you are too picky where the power supply connects, it’s the right side. There is no CD / DVD drive. I am sure most of us are used to it by now.

    P.S. : The speakers are by Bang & Olufsen. The sound is pretty nice. Normally, with computer speakers, the digital sound tends to be shrill. This is relatively warm for vocal frequencies and even music. It is quite clear and loud. The built in camera is pretty mediocre. But that is the feature I don’t use much. I am not sure if I would, if it was high resolution. If MacBook and Surface don’t offer higher resolution, I wouldn’t blame this model for offering a similar spec. I read a few reader reviews before this went live. Some with 1 star rating, I found hilarious; and other people actually found them helpful. People seem to want this computer to make coffee, bake a cake and even drive your car. Come on people! Be reasonable. Do your research before you make the purchase rather than playing the blame game because you bought the computer while half drunk.

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  4. Nikhil Jagtap

    The actual price is in between 66k to 68k,
    But here in Amazon or Flipcart they will always increase the price by 1-2 k,
    I bought it for 68k after adding offers.
    Product is excellent.

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  5. Tushar Mehta

    Assumed being i5 11th Gen with 16 GB RAM and SSD it would be fast, but not as fast as the ones I saw of MI and Asus 10th Gen with just 8 GB RAM.

    It’s advisable to go for those models which are much lighter and faster with much cheaper price than for this HP.

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  6. Amazon Customer

    1-look/finish/color awsome 5/5
    2-display 4/5
    3-battery 4/5
    4-speed super 5/5 (multiple tasking easy)
    5-graphic card 4/5 (GTA5 tested)
    6-price 4/5 (brand value, otherwise 2-3k should be less)
    7-big still look compact
    8- inbuilt speakers 4/5
    9-front camera 4/5
    10-office support free lifetime (+point)

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  7. Saurav Gupta

    This is a complete package laptop 💻 for professionals, if you want to work with high end softwares, editing and development.

    But build quality can be made better, we need to take extra care, while traveling but I am completely satisfied with the 16GB RAM ( i5 11 gen), 2 gb graphics.

    Kepad backlit can be made better. But totally satisfied with overall features.

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  8. Shivanshu T.

    1) This laptop is value for money and have
    the latest i5 11th gen processor.
    2) It is slim sleek and light weight, easy to
    3) Has narrow brezzels.
    4) Keyboard has backlit.
    5) Some people were saying that it has
    power button on the left of power button which makes them think that laptop may get shutdown while clicking delete but it is totally wrong as if it may get clicked by mistake then laptop won’t get shutdown we need to press windows button+power button to shut down.
    6) Fingerprint is very fast get log in 1 sec.

    1) It doesn’t have backlit in spacebar.
    2) Battery backup isn’t that good as it has
    41wh battery.
    3) laptop doesn’t open single handed.
    4) camera quality is not that good but it isn’t a major issue as all laptop except surface books and macbook have bad camera quality.
    5) touchpad is a little rough but again not an issue you will get habitual towards it.

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