HP Pavilion Gaming 16 (16-a0000) review – are they trying to create a trend?

Experiments. How much we like when manufacturers make them. A little more than a year ago, Apple introduced the MacBook Pro 16, slightly increasing the screen size of its flagship notebook. Then, Dell revealed their XPS 17 9700, which thanks to its narrow bezels doesn’t look any bigger than a regular 15-inch device. And now, HP is trying to take advantage of Pavilion Gaming’s increasing popularity by creating the HP Pavilion Gaming 16 (16-a0000).

Now, as you may already know, 99% of the time, the 15-inch laptops’ displays actually have a diagonal of 15.6″. And today’s device has a 16.1″ screen, itself. So, in practice, the difference in size is just 0.5″. How much of an impact it has? Well, we’re going to talk about that later in the review.

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