Review of the HP Pavilion 14-ce0830nd

I have recently bought a 14 laptop the HP Pavilion 14-ce0830nd. This is a mid-range laptop. It is an upgrade from my previous laptop the ASUS VivoBook X402NA-FA112T. However this machine is not without it flaws.

The HP Pavilion 14-ce0830nd looks and feels like a quality laptop. The body around the keyboard is made of anodized metal and feels quite premium. Somewhat less premium is the plastic cover at the bottom and the plastic screen cover. A nice design touch are the hexagonal shapes in the laptop speaker grille that stretches all the way from left to right. It houses the BampO PLAY speakers. There is a very large trackpad at the bottom of the laptop. The touchpad has invisible integrated buttons by clicking the whole touchpad on the left bottom or right bottom. .

On the left side this laptop features 2 USB 3.2 type A ports. It also features a headphone jack an opening for a kensington lock and a SD card reader. On the right side this laptop features a port for the power plug an ethernet adapter a HDMI port a USB 3.2 type C port and a fingerprint sensor.


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