The HP 15-F222WM probably isn’t what you have in mind when you think of a “dream computer,” but if affordability tops your list –more than anything else, then it will get the job done for far much less. The large 15.6-inch touch screen and respectable battery life help this system score for everyday tasks or casual multimedia consumption. Performance-wise, the HP 15 isn’t the most practical budget desktop-replacement you can have, especially if you like to tinker with more than eight or nine tabs, and the touch panel isn’t the most responsive. If you’re a basic user and on a budget, the HP 15-F222WM is a decent laptop.
Design and Features
If you’re hunting to get a laptop at a bargain, chances are that a sleek design isn’t your top priority, and the 15-F222WN doesn’t sport a fancy design, rather, it adopts s utilitarian style. The top of the chassis, lid, bottom and hinges are clad in textured black plastic, safe for a silvery ‘HP’ logo on the lid. It measures 0.89 by 15.18 by 10.16 inches (HWD) and weighs 4.7 pounds.
The 15.6-inch screen has a 1,366-by-768 resolution. While that’s on the low side, it isn’t a surprise among budget systems –you’ll find the same resolution
What the low resolution means is that, with a closer look, you’re able to pick out the individual pixels, but that really doesn’t lock you out of a YouTube video or reading your mails. Also on the screen is a glossy, reflective coating, which might compromise your work outside or under bright lighting, thereby, forcing you to fiddle around for a good viewing angle to avoid the excessive glare.