HP Victus 16-e0914ng
Reviews for the HP Victus 16-e0914ng
As far as entry-level gaming laptops go, the HP Victus feels like an oddity, and not in the ugly duckling kind of way. On one hand, I get that HP has to strike a balance with the performance-per-ringgit ratio but on the other hand – and given the alternatives that are out there – I firmly believe that the brand should be able to offer slightly more to consumers. At RM3999, I honestly believe the one bump up to the Victus would be an additional 8GB stick of DDR4 RAM, but again, it’s not an option that HP is prepared to willingly offer to its customers. And then there’s the issue about the keyboard. As much as I advocate for the use of a full-sized keyboard, it would have made more sense for the company to employ a ten-keyless keyboard model. Having said all that, if you’re a diehard fan of HP products and you think you can do some form of magic, go right ahead.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 02/02/2022
Source: Noteb (YT)
In conclusion, is the HP Victus 16 worth it? Well, it depends on the price. At ~799$, Victus 16 offers excellent performance without the Pavilion 15’s quality control issues. However, if the Omen 15 goes on sale, that would be a better deal since the Omen has a significantly better cooling system. Overall, the laptop offers excellent 1080p performance while having a stylish chassis, a solid purchase option for any gamer on a budget.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 12/04/2021
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