In a similar fashion to the IdeaPad Gaming 3 laptops from Lenovo, HP’s Pavilion Gaming series offers budget devices that are powered by the latest hardware from NVIDIA, Intel, and AMD. Today’s laptop gets the Tiger Lake H35 series of processors and the RTX Ampere GPUs. It is also refreshing to see a break from the classic Black and Red gaming aesthetic, with HP going in the Black and Green direction.
Without further ado, here are LaptopMedia’s top 5 picks about the HP Pavilion Gaming 17 (2021, 17-cd2000).
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