Background and Identification
HP Pavilion computers have existed since 1995. They generally compete with similar lines from Toshiba and Acer. For many people, 15-inch laptops hit the ‘Goldilocks zone’ of laptops. They’re not too big or small, and they have enough space for a good processor without sacrificing portability. These laptops are popular with content creators and professionals who need to be productive and do occasional creative tasks, but also want a reasonably portable laptop.
Most HP Pavilion 15 model numbers begin with 15-, and use 15.6" screens. To find your exact model of HP Pavilion 15, look for the serial number and/or the model number. This is often on the bottom or side of the laptop, or in the battery compartment if it is removable. This HP page explains in more detail how to find these identifying numbers. You can enter these numbers into the HP support website for troubleshooting and specifications.
The HP Pavilion 15 cs0xxx is a 15-inch laptop that was released as part of the HP Pavilion computer line. The HP Pavilion 15 cs0xxx runs on the Microsoft Windows 10 Home operating system and includes 12 GB of DDR4 RAM. It also includes 256 GB of solid-state drive storage. This model features an Intel Core i5 processor with four cores and eight threads as well as an Intel Graphics 620 graphics card. The HP Pavilion 15 cs0xxx includes the HP logo, which includes the letters ‘HP’ in lowercase font inside of a silver circle in the center of the laptop’s bottom bezel. The name “Pavilion” is printed in capital letters on the left-hand side underneath the laptop’s keyboard.
CPU: Intel Core i7-8550U 1.8 GHz
RAM: DDR4 12 GB (4+8) 2400MHz
SSD: Samsung 256GB, 2280 M.2 SATA-3 SSD
GPU: Intel® UHD Graphics 620