SKU: VIP889894276988

HP 17-g121wm 17.3″ Pavilion A10-8700P 1.8GHz 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Win 10-Silver

The HP Pavilion keeps getting better. Now you can watch more, play more and store more, all in style.

HP 17-g121wm 17.3" Pavilion A10-8700P 1.8GHz 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Win 10-Silver

Product Description

HP 17.3" Pavilion 17-g121wm Laptop PC:

Key Features and Benefits:
  • AMD quad-core A10-9700P processor
    1.8GHz (with Max Turbo Speed of 3.2GHz), 2MB L2 Cache

  • 8GB DDR3L SDRAM system memory
    Gives you the power to handle most power-hungry applications and tons of multimedia work

  • 1TB SATA hard drive
    Store 666,000 photos, 285,000 songs or 526 hours of HD video and more

  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
    Watch movies and read and write CDs and DVDs in multiple formats

  • 10/100Base-T Ethernet, 802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN
    Connect to a broadband modem with wired Ethernet or wirelessly connect to a WiFi signal or hotspot with the 802.11b/g/n connection built into your PC

  • 17.3" HD BrightView WLED-backlit display
    AMD Radeon R6 graphics with 4352MB total graphics memory
Additional Features:
  • HP TrueVision webcam with dual-array digital microphones
  • Multi-format digital media card reader
  • 2 x USB 3.0 ports, 1 x USB 2.0 port, 1 x HDMI port, 1 x RJ-45 port, 1 x headphone/microphone combo jack
  • 4-cell lithium-ion battery
  • 5.82 lbs, 1.07" x 156.49" x 11.29"
Software:
  • Genuine Microsoft Windows 10 Home 
  • Backup and Restore options built into Windows allow you to create safety copies of your most important personal files, so you're always prepared for the worst
  • Restore discs are not included (unless specified by supplier). We recommend you use the installed software to create your own restore and backup DVD the first week you use the computer.
What's In The Box:
  • Power cord and AC adapter
  • 4-Cell battery
ENERGY STAR
Products that are ENERGY STAR-qualified prevent greenhouse gas emissions by meeting strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. The ENERGY STAR name and marks are registered marks owned by the U.S. government, as part of their energy efficiency and environmental activities.
SKU:
VIP889894276988
Weight:
7.7 lbs
Dimensions:
21.6 x 13.5 x 3 in
Brand:
HP
UPC:
889894276988
Condition:
GRADE A
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    3
    By gggg on October 20, 2016
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    Source: Walmart

    Looks: 4 stars, maybe 4.5

    Speed: 3 stars

    Keyboard: The keys are not that responsive. I’m a good typist and about 1 out of 50 keystrokes doesn’t “take” even though the key clicks and it feels like the keystroke was completed.

    Touchpad: The worst thing about this, though, is the touchpad. It’s not that the touchpad is too sensitive all the time or too insensitive all the time. It’s both, but you don’t know which or when. There are times that if you brush your thumb against the touchpad, the pointer “clicks.” Most of the time, you have to deliberately tap the pad to register a “mouse click.” But then sometimes, I can practically bang on the pad with my thumb and it doesn’t register as a click. This is the 9th laptop that I’ve owned/used over the years and this, by far, is the most frustrating touchpad of any of them.

    Recommendation: For the price, I really want to recommend it. I really do. It’s a nice budget laptop. If you plan to use this for a desktop replacement, with a real mouse, it would be a great computer. Otherwise, the touchpad takes a LOT of getting used to.

    1
    By mammaothree on September 15, 2016
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    Source: Walmart

    This computer is the WORST! I went with it because it was HP which has a good reputation. I liked that it was the larger processor and hard drive because I do a lot of work online. I needed a fast processor. The issue is that the computer just automatically shuts down, the screen just goes black for no reason at all. You can be in the middle of typing and it just goes black. You have to literally hold the on button for it to come back up. Then your files have all been either lost or they go into recovery mode. I can’t tell you how many files I’ve lost to the “black” screen. HP doesn’t know what’s wrong and has been unable to fix it. HP won’t take this piece of junk back, send me another one, fix it, etc. and I’ve only had it for two months. My daughter bought the same one, not knowing the problems I was having with mine and low and behold, hers is doing the same thing. Hers started prior to the 14 day Walmart return so we were able to return hers to the store but I am stuck with mine and out $500 because now I need to go buy a new laptop. It will be a Dell next time, no exceptions! No more HP in my house.

    1
    By SS19 on September 8, 2016
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    Source: Walmart

    The screen randomly goes black. Looked online to troubleshoot the issue and have spent HOURS on the phone with HP support. Nothing they have done has resolved the issue. Nor is there any resolution that I could locate online, even though other individual’s have asked for support regarding the same issue. You might be lucky and this will not happen to you, but I think your better off just avoiding this laptop all together and you will save yourself the trouble.

    5
    By Xirallic on May 8, 2016

    I purchased this laptop specifically to play video games while traveling for work. After reinstalling Windows to remove all of HP’s bundled garbage and swapping in a solid-state hard drive, this laptop is more than fast enough to play my games. Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion plays ~17-20fps at full resolution even with ENBs and high-resolution texture packs, though it stutters if I run the ShadeMe mod. Skyrim plays great on vanilla settings in ‘High’ quality setting. I haven’t tried modding it. Some purists believe anything below 30fps is unplayable but I haven’t had any issues yet.

    The only thing that I have to knock it down on is its touchpad. There are no physical ‘left’ and ‘right’ click buttons; the entire touchpad is the button, which means using a second finger to click will make the cursor move around. Right-clicking tends to be interpreted as left-clicking. I personally will be disabling the touchpad and using an external mouse. A hotkey to disable the touchpad would have been nice, especially since Fn+F5 is not assigned to any function.

    So for a laptop with good battery life (though I haven’t fully tested it) and plays older games at higher settings, I’m fully satisfied with this laptop.

    4
    By Researchbeforecomplaining on March 20, 2016

    Its a good laptop. If you are mad it doesnt have something you want, you shouldnt have bought it. For $500 it performs very well. Plenty of harddrive space, tons of ram, but doesnt have many extras such as a backlit keyboard or bluetooth. Windows 10 makes it run a bit slow for some program launches, like games, but it isnt a gaming laptop. They run fine once the game is started, with good graphics. Make sure it has what you want before you buy it. No reason being upset about it not having a feature when a little research is a click away. Like i said before, it is a little alow with certain program startups. If it wasnt for that i would have given it 5 stars.

    5
    By starbright375 on January 8, 2016

    I bought this last week and still am transitioning over to it. It should have Bluetooth but I can buy a USB devise for it and hope it works. the B/O speakers are good. If they were not, I would have to take it back because I am hard of hearing and I can hear it without earbuds or headphone. They aren’t as good as the speakers on my former two computers which were Toshibas and they had Harman Kardon speakers. Those now cost more and had to forego buying a new one with those speakers. I will get the Bluetooth devise and a wireless speaker to fill in for the missing Bluetooth. Otherwise seems like a nice relatively fast computer. I play a few Facebook games, but not action games. I have always had AMD processors and they have performed well for what I do on a computer. I shouldn’t complain about it not having Bluetooth, because I knew that when I bought it. I just hoped the speakers would do well and they probably will for most of the time.

    5
    By starbright375 on January 8, 2016
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    Source: Walmart

    I bought this last week and still am transitioning over to it. It should have Bluetooth but I can buy a USB devise for it and hope it works. the B/O speakers are good. If they were not, I would have to take it back because I am hard of hearing and I can hear it without earbuds or headphone. They aren’t as good as the speakers on my former two computers which were Toshibas and they had Harman Kardon speakers. Those now cost more and had to forego buying a new one with those speakers. I will get the Bluetooth devise and a wireless speaker to fill in for the missing Bluetooth. Otherwise seems like a nice relatively fast computer. I play a few Facebook games, but not action games. I have always had AMD processors and they have performed well for what I do on a computer. I shouldn’t complain about it not having Bluetooth, because I knew that when I bought it. I just hoped the speakers would do well and they probably will for most of the time.

    4
    By genhappyok on November 30, 2015

    Great purchase during black Friday for 299.

    Pros: 1.)Plays Games at modest levels (set to low or medium settings)
    2.)Windows 10
    3.)Doesn’t get very hot. For 15W TDP cooling solution isn’t that bad for this class.
    4.) Display backlight is nice for a crisp display.

    Cons: 1.)5400 RPM Drive
    2.) only uses DDR3L-1600 memory. DDR3-2133 gives best performance.
    3.) Touchpad is horrible.
    4.) No HDD or memory access plates. You have to disassemble to get to them.

    Final Thoughts: Not bad for the price. Added a SSD and DDR3-2133 memory and gaming is great at medium settings for most modern games. Really wish they had an easier way to add hard drive and memory, but that seems to be the norm now. For those who wish to do the upgrade this is a snap together plastic shell that isn’t easy to remove but can be done. This makes a great home/office computer.

    5
    By Trouble41267 on October 26, 2015

    I had a HP AMD laptop for the last 8 years, and when it came time to upgrade I purchased another one. This laptop is really nice, and the only thing that I really don’t like about it is the all in one mouse pad, it’s kind of a pain to get used to. The new mouse pad is one big square that also has zoom capabilities, one wrong touch and stuff on the screen changes size. Windows 10 is a big improvement over Vista and Windows 8. It’s easy to navigate through, and nicely laid out. I’ve not had any issues with Windows freezing or being able to find files or programs. The only problem is that I had to go into the control panel to make internet browsing faster, and to be able to see my pictures without having to completely open each file (every picture has the same thumbnail). Another plus is that Microsoft Office 2003 is still compatible with Windows 10, so another Office purchase wasn’t necessary. I was a little disappointed that HP picked up another antivirus company other than Norton, which used to be standard on all HP products. Overall, it’s a nice laptop and Wal-Mart offers it at a nice price. This laptop is $750 on HP’s website.

    5
    By Trouble41267 on October 26, 2015
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    Source: Walmart

    I had a HP AMD laptop for the last 8 years, and when it came time to upgrade I purchased another one. This laptop is really nice, and the only thing that I really don’t like about it is the all in one mouse pad, it’s kind of a pain to get used to. The new mouse pad is one big square that also has zoom capabilities, one wrong touch and stuff on the screen changes size. Windows 10 is a big improvement over Vista and Windows 8. It’s easy to navigate through, and nicely laid out. I’ve not had any issues with Windows freezing or being able to find files or programs. The only problem is that I had to go into the control panel to make internet browsing faster, and to be able to see my pictures without having to completely open each file (every picture has the same thumbnail). Another plus is that Microsoft Office 2003 is still compatible with Windows 10, so another Office purchase wasn’t necessary. I was a little disappointed that HP picked up another antivirus company other than Norton, which used to be standard on all HP products. Overall, it’s a nice laptop and Wal-Mart offers it at a nice price. This laptop is $750 on HP’s website.