HP Pavilion 11 Touchsmart notebook

HP's AMD based 'mini' notebook has good features and is useful if you're after something small and inexpensive

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    3.00 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 599.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:




Everything About This PC..Great Apps...Good Sound...Fast Touch Screen~
I'd say bluetooth but a tiny usb one is good enough!
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You cannot go wrong with this laptop. Windows 8..with great apps...Great Sound...a virtual keyboard as well as a standard one..fast processing..great lighting...camera works in even the lowest lighting. Chris Thurley's review could not be further from the truth about this product! Dude didn't seem to even have it long enough to find the brightness control and needs to change the FLOODLIGHTS IN HIS OFFICE!..ha ha ha! I have been through at least 15 laptops including the TX hp's and I have to say this is an absolute WINNER! If you looking for a super mini computer that actually stays cool after long use and delivers everything you need on the spot this is the way to go! Kudo's HP!

Chris Thurley



Fast processor and video
screen acts like a mirror
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Everything about this computer is great except one thing, the screen. And that in its self ruines everything. The screen is that reflective it can be distracting and makes it completly unusable. The LED backlight is not bright enough to deal with the light inside my office from the fluro tubes. Having to return it a day after i purchased it :( Not sure what HP were thinking when they designed this screen but clearly they tested it in a completly dark room. I have a crappy $300 2 year old Asus EeePC that has a far better screen and does not reflect a thing and is twice as bright, go figure.

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