HP 17 Laptop PC, 11 Generation Intel Core, 4 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, UHD Graphics, 17.3" HD+ Display, Windows 11 Home, Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Combo, 7 Ports, Long Battery Life, HD Webcam (17-by4025nr, 2022)

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Regular price $577.04 $489.00

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SKU: E-92144

Category: Laptop, New Arrivals, Featured Product

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  • HIGH PERFORMANCE – Surf, stream, and speed through tasks all day with an Intel Core processor backed by extensive quality testing that ensures your laptop keeps you productive and connected all day.
  • HD PLUS DISPLAY – View all your photos, movies, and games in crisp HD Plus (1600 x 900) resolution on a narrow-edge, 17.3-inch diagonal display (1). Plus, the BrightView glossy finish means on-screen colors pop while blacks appear deep and distinct.
  • INTEL CORE PROCESSOR – Experience the superior performance, amazing battery life, and modern features you need for both work and play with the 11th Generation Intel Core processor (2).
  • STUNNING GRAPHICS – From games to movies, Intel UHD Graphics delivers high performance and stunning visuals for all your entertainment
  • LIBERATING BATTERY LIFE – Take on the day with up to 8 hours of battery life (6); never go long without power as HP Fast Charge takes your PC laptop from 0 to 50% charge in approximately 45 minutes
  • WINDOWS 11 AND WARRANTY – Experience the secure Windows 11 Home operating system, featuring secure boot-ups, increased responsiveness, and advanced protections to defend against the latest cyber threats. (8). What’s more, your HP computer laptop is protected by a 1-year limited warranty.
  • DEPENDABLE CONNECTIVITY – With the 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (1x1) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth combo, plus MU-MIMO support for multiple devices, your HP notebook computer stays reliably connected to the internet and your Bluetooth accessories
  • ELEVATED VIDEO CONFERENCING – Make every video chat feel like real-life with an HP TrueVision HD Camera, integrated digital microphone (11), and custom-tuned dual speakers
  • ENERGY EFFICIENT DESIGN – Do yourself–and your wallet–a favor with an HP 17-inch laptop that is ENERGY STAR certified (12) and EPEAT Silver registered (13), which meets strict energy efficiency and reduces your carbon footprint.

Product Attributes:

Attribute NameAttribute Value
Standing screen display size17.3 Inches
Screen Resolution1600 x 900
Max Screen Resolution1600 x 900 Pixels
Processor4.1 GHz apple_ci3
RAM4 GB DDR4
Memory Speed4.1 GHz
Hard Drive256 GB SSD
Graphics CoprocessorIntel UHD Graphics
Chipset BrandIntel
Card DescriptionIntegrated
Graphics Card Ram Size4 GB
Wireless Type
  1. Bluetooth

  2. 802.11a

  3. g

  4. n

  5. ac
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Number of USB 3.0 Ports2
Average Battery Life (in hours)8 Hours
Date First AvailableMarch 7, 2022
AvailabilityIn Stock
Rating4 stars and up

Ratings & Reviews

Reviewed on July 19, 2022
Okay, so normally not a big believer in brand new, basic laptops. Like cars, I would prefer to buy a higher spec laptop that is a few years old for the same amount of money. However, when this came up on Prime Day as a flash sale for Prime members, I threw caution to the wind and recklessly spent my hard earned money on something that inflation had not yet seem to hit! Unpacking: Packaged like a refurb. Generic cardboard box with plastic wrapped laptop in foam holders, the AC adapter and two pieces of written documentation. That's it. No pretty outer box with all the specs, fancy pictures of even color. Though it looked like a refurb package, unit was in fact brand new. They didn't waste money on fancy packaging, which let's be honest, you don't need anyway. First Impressions: This thing is BIG. A 17" screen with 3/4" bezels on all sides is hard to imagine until you are holding it. Small, svelte and built for the road warrior this thing is not! Build quality: Okay, here is where the budget starts to shine through. The entire case looks like beautiful brushed aluminum...until you feel it. There is no mistaking this, it is the thinnest plastic that would hold the finish and provide a wet noodles worth of structural integrity. There is greater than expected flex to the chassis, the joints where the plastic panels meet feels like an old "snap tite" model and you just know that scratches and wear are going to be apparent in short order. I am now searching for a case, if they even make them for this as it appears to be a new model. This is a laptop that will feel more at home being a desktop replacement than your sidekick on roadtrips. Ports/Access: The box says seven ports, which is par for the course, but the composition of them again points to a budget price point. Standard USB, check. HDMI, check. Card reader, check. USB-C, nope. Separate headphone and microphone jacks, nope. And oh my, when was the last time you saw a wired ethernet port with the expandable "jaw" that opens to allow that massive plug? That is going back to pre wi-fi days. A USB-C and separate jacks for mic and audio would have been welcome in lieu of that wired ethernet jack. Again, though, this is a budget laptop and I will not fault the omissions at this price point. On that note, when I opened the laptop, I was pleasantly surprised by what appeared to be a fingerprint reader above the ESC key! Upon further examination, the "reader" turned out to be the physical power button and the only thing it will do with your finger is cycle up and down to turn the pc on and off. Also, in today's age of USB-C options, it would have been nice to see the AC port use the USB-C interface instead of the proprietary "blue tip" adapter that HP has been using for generations now. I guess the good news is that if you have a blue tip or three laying around, you have plenty of spare adapters. Function: Windows 11 boots right up and for those uninitiated to it, looks eerily similar to Apple's OS series. The bottom task bar is now a "dock" and quick launch icons are centered in it now. With 4 GB of RAM, an 11th gen i3 processor and onboard video being handled by Intel (and sharing in that massive 4 GB system RAM) this is not your gaming laptop. In fact, you may or may not realize that for the cost of a good graphics card today, you could easily buy two or three laptops like this for the price of a good GPU. Stick with Hearts, Solitaire and Minesweeper and you will be fine. I do not game, my work is office production and work related so I doubt I will tax the GPU and be very happy with what I find. Overall, the laptop feels quick as expected for ordinary tasks, web surfing and production apps. Sound: Like TV's, the speakers are there for the most basic sound you can tolerate. If audio quality above the intense sound of an angry hornet in a tin can is what you crave, grab your headphones or external speakers and rock on. Keyboard: As is common today, "chiclet" keys with separate number pad to the right. For all of the real estate this size laptop creates, anything less than full size keys would be criminal (and comical in appearance). The keys have a nice feel to them. They are not cherry switches, but they do have tactile "thumps" when typing and don't feel like you are typing on top of foam rubber. Something I have become very accustomed to and greatly miss is a lighted keyboard. Unless I just cannot figure out how to turn it on, which I doubt. Suspiciously, every function key has an alternate function (like brightness up/down, volume up/down, track skip, play, and even airplane mode) EXCEPT for f5 which has no alternate function whatsoever. This is the typical location for keyboard light so it appears to be MIA. Again, for the price, not going to complain, and given that this is more a desktop replacement than a road warrior, it should not impact most users anyway. Noise: You can always tell an older laptop by the amount of time the fans kick up in speed when using it. For most newer laptops, rarely do you hear the fans spool up as the hardware can handle most standard tasks. The older the hardware gets, the more it gets tasked by updated apps and requirements, the more the fans spool up to accommodate the higher energy draw and load. I have yet to hear anything but a whisper from this laptop. Screen: No, it is not a touch screen. Yes, the panel exhibits a lot of variation when viewed from any angle other than directly looking at it. I would say the direct zone is about 45 degrees total from left to right before you get very noticeable color and brightness variations. If more than one person is viewing (or you let your kids use it in the car) it is best used by at most, two people sitting very close. Wrap Up: As with most anything in life, it is a balance of cost vs benefit. As I sit on this laptop and do this review, it is clear to me what HP focused on (and what they purposely left out) to provide a laptop at this price point. As a desktop replacement (complete with physical ethernet jack), this unit excels at a large display, a decently tactile keyboard, plenty of ports for common use, and sufficient hardware to meet the expectations of the production/surfing/simple web based gaming crowd. It will also please the occasional trip to the back porch for morning coffee while perusing your favorite blog. But start to travel a lot with this, putting it through the torture of soft sided cases, airport screeners or even just riding shotgun to and from work on a regular basis, it appears the chassis will quickly fall behind the performance of smaller display units or units made from actual brushed metal. I have another HP with a touch screen, metal case, double the memory and double the capacity SSD in it. If I factor price out of the equation, this laptop is less than satisfying. If I factor in the price and realize that the laptop I am comparing this one to is FOUR TIMES times more expensive, I am quite happy with the serviceability and performance of this! As with most things in life, you get what you pay for, and this is no exception.
Reviewed on September 27, 2022
He says there is no such thing as a perfect laptop so he wouldnt give it all five stars. He didnt even know there was a touch screen.
Reviewed on September 23, 2022
Impossible to see the keyboard symbols. Dark grey on a light grey background. Hard to open. Need to pry open with two hands. But overall a good value and machine.
Reviewed on September 18, 2022
I got this for using with my sewing machine. I’ve always used a mac but my sewing machine is only PC compatible. Im in a learning curve now. The PC. Is what I need
Reviewed on September 20, 2022
I love this laptop because it is so fast and not too difficult for a lady who is 70 and not very computer savvy. I also have an HP printer. I use this basically for personal stuff.
Reviewed on October 01, 2022
wife is secretary in a womens bowling league and she uses it for that
Reviewed on August 28, 2022
The laptop itself is fine. I bought it because I couldn't update my old laptop from Windows 7 to Windows 11. If I had known then what I know now I would've taken my chances on keeping Windows 7. Windows 11 is such an intrusive, cluttered, jump through the hoops mess that I hardly use the new laptop.
Reviewed on September 15, 2022
I purchased this HP especially for the size of the screen and this brand because my previous one was a HP, and easy to use and the features. a