HP Pavilion AMD A10 Radeon Review
1) Sound quality is fair
2) Only for lightweight browsing
3) Only one browser experience
4) Perfect for single tasks only
1) Very noisy
4) Poor battery performance
5) Not suitable even for a heavy browsing
6) Not suitable for multitasking
7) Not suitable for simple work tasks or business
8) Poor security in a Windows environment
3 STARS FROM 10
This is my review and personal experience about HP Pavilion AMD A10 Radeon, i3 Review. Before the beginning, I would like to stress my trustworthy and unbiased personal experience using this laptop for more than two years. Thus, it is not an ordinary or hired biased review by someone as it usually is nowadays—this is an honest review and experience about HP Pavilion i3, AMD A10 Radeon.
Before buying any laptop
I bought this laptop approximately two years ago in Argos, London, United Kingdom. Before buying, I spent a lot of time researching and looking for reviews on what laptop should I buy for around 300 GBP. After many reviews, I eventually chose HP AMD A10 laptop and the Toshiba i3 Intel laptop. This was not an easy task because all the reviews and ratings looked outstanding, and I only found one negative thought about the HP AMD A10 laptop. At that time, I thought this review was from the person who was not satisfied with this laptop because he lacked technical knowledge or personal reasons. But I was wrong.
In the end, I was so disappointed with the HP AMD A10 laptop because it was impossible to work typically, and even the simplest tasks were an absolute nightmare. It seems that this laptop was made for kids or for people who do nothing with the working environment whatsoever.
From the above experience, I found out the golden rule. Never trust all the good reviews on the internet, especially in the first Google pages, because they may be biased and totally or, for the most part, untrue.
Why HP Pavilion AMD A10 Radeon is a real nightmare?
The answer is straightforward. This laptop is as noisy as a hoover. I recorded the sound of this laptop with my phone so that you can listen to this laptop’s emitted sound here: (the recorded sound will be uploaded soon).
This is hilarious. How can anyone work in such a sort of environment? The noise coming from this laptop is unbearable. Another problem we found is that this laptop becomes extremely slow after 1-year use, and this is unacceptable because you need to change the computer every year. For comparison, I used a Toshiba laptop for more than a decade with almost the exact specification.
You cannot multitask with this laptop either. The laptop may be stuck for good if you try to do some tasks or launch some programs or even internet browsers simultaneously. Eventually, you will have to reboot or turn off the laptop, and the latter is impossible to foresee when buying this laptop.
Overall, I expected much more when I saw that HP offers AMD A10, which I thought would be an advantage against Toshiba’s i3 Intel processor about two years ago. But I was very wrong, and the consumer’s expectations failed.
You do not need to be an expert when testing or reviewing electronic devices, especially laptops. The critical thing is to try the computer according to the consumer’s needs and authentic experiences. Therefore, I will never understand those who write false reviews and advertise the product, which is total crap. The thoughts of the goods should be honest and revealing but not hidden. Thus, we should respect the people who try to enlighten us with clear, unambiguous information about the products.