HP Victus 16-d0367ng
Reviews for the HP Victus 16-d0367ng
Overall, the HP Victus is a decent laptop, but nothing stands out as especially wonderful. It looks great aesthetically and packs some decent hardware inside, but build quality and other shortcomings fail to set it apart. Looking at the competition, Acer offers the Nitro 5 with the same CPU/GPU combo, but adds 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD for the same price. The Gigabyte G5 is also slightly less expensive than the Victus with the same configuration as the Nitro 5. On the downside to the Gigabyte, its battery is significantly smaller, but that does reduce the weight considerably. To HP's credit, the Victus looks much more professional and less "gamery" than the Gigabyte and Acer in my opinion. Besides the Windows bloatware which is salvageable, and the average trackpad, there's nothing terribly wrong with the Victus. The kicker is that HP is marketing the Victus as a more budget oriented line of gaming laptops and while you do get some nice hardware for the cost, you may still be able to find a better deal elsewhere.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 10/19/2021
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