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HP ProBook 5320m

HP ProBook 5320m
alaScore 81

7 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the portability and value for money are generally positive. The performance and keyboard are also mentioned favorably. Reviews are divided on the battery.

design, keyboard, performance, value for money, portability

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the HP ProBook 5320m is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Review analysis

(Based on 7 reviews)

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HP ProBook 5320m

 

With its brushed aluminium mocha finish and Core i5 CPU, this 13.3in laptop looks, feels and performs like a premium product.

Spill-resistant keyboard ; Well-situated touchpad ; Classy design

Tinny speakers ; Average viewing angles ; Mediocre image quality

The only weak link in this list is Intel's CPU-integrated graphics, which will do a fine job for daily productivity but preclude you from any half-way demanding 3D gaming or graphics. On the other hand, that's hardly much of an issue for a business...

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HP ProBook 5320m review

 

If you were to pigeonhole an ultraportable model as ‘laptop weighing under 1.8kg', the HP ProBook 5320m would have to miss out. Which is a shame, as it's barely a few grammes above this notional cutoff. In every other respect, it will be quite...

This is not a cheap 13in notebook, but it is one whose standards of build quality and internal components are a step above most consumer laptops. An admirable condensation of high performance, long battery life and upmarket construction lets the HP...

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HP ProBook 5320m laptop review

 

HP ProBook 5320m laptop review,A powerful Core i5 laptop with a great design, but battery life is poor, technology news from Dan Worth at v3.co.uk

Highly portable and attractive design; fast hard drive; decent processor

Poor battery life

The ProBook 5320m benefits from a solid and good-looking chassis, with a highly-usable keyboard and trackpad. It also comes with decent core specifications, allowing it to be used for a multitude of business-related tasks. However, its portable nature...