• Windows 11 Home
  • AMD Ryzen™ 5 processor
  • AMD Radeon™ Graphics
  • 16 GB memory; 256 GB SSD storage
  • 13.3" diagonal WUXGA display

HP Pavilion Aero Laptop 13-be2047nr, Windows 11 Home, 13.3", AMD Ryzen™ 5, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, WUXGA, Natural silver is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 17.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by JDC— from Good machine but not great This computer basically lives up to its advertised capacity but it would be better with a touchscreen, micro SD card, and a bit faster processor—hesitates a bit with word processing longer text documents (no photos).
Date published: 2024-04-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jason B. from Solid Specs, But I Have Trouble Recommending It On sale, around $550.00 US, this isn't a bad laptop. The Processor, RAM, and battery life are all good at that price point, but there are more than a few pain points I have with it that make it difficult to recommend. The Ryzen 5 paired with 16gb of LPDDR5 is good enough and fast enough for the majority of folks. Anyone who isn't trying to run creator apps or games on this thing should be fine. The RAM is soldered to the board (anything sporting LPDDR is), which means upgrading it is impossible. I consider this a huge misstep on HP's - and every manufacturer's - part, but this is common practice on thin and light laptops. 256gb of storage is just not enough in 2024; with no other apps installed, hampered by HP's bloatware, you're losing almost 50gb right off the bat. Luckily, it's just an m.2 ssd and can be swapped in about fifteen minutes by anyone with a bit of expertise. My only complaint here is that HP hid the screws to remove the bottom case under the rubber feet. Good luck getting them off in one piece, and good luck getting them back on if you do. The display... Oh, where do I begin... To be honest, HP's displays have always lagged behind other manufacturers in the space, and despite the fact that promises 100%sRGB at 400 nits, it's... not great. Chiefly it comes down to black uniformity, light bleed, and brightness stepping. Black uniformity is terrible, mostly because of the light bleed so common to HP laptops that the company doesn't consider it a problem. If you buy it, be prepared to deal with it. Lastly, the display's stepping from dimmest to brightest isn't great; it's hard to dial in a good brightness in medium lighting conditions, which makes the screen either just a hair too dim or eye-searingly bright. On the good side, 400 nits is pretty bright, which means outdoor use on non-sunny days is at least possible. My other big issue is the build quality. The hinge feels distressingly light and easy to move, but not in a 'MacBook' sort of way, more a 'I'm gonna snap this thing if I move it too hard' way, and the overall feel of the laptop is cheap and hollow, not helped by the thin metal they made the casing out of to keep weight down. The result is a laptop that feels cheap, even though it's made from 'premium' materials. On the bright side, the laptop is super light, and packs well. Battery life is good at this price range at about 8 hours of real-world use, and the keyboard is acceptable, if uninspiring with a heavy keypress and not a lot of travel. A Lenovo thinkpad this ain't, but it's not pretending to be. One odd note about the keyboard, though: while it is backlit, that feature doesn't seem to extend to the spacebar. I thought this was a defect, but other models of consumer HP laptops I've seen have the same issue, and all the digging I've done seems to indicate that this is an intentional design decision, which is... very odd. TL;DR: Is it bad? No. Is it good? Also no. There are better thin and light options out there, and after dealing with HP's tech support, customer service, and escalations team after a nine-month odyssey of pain regarding a different laptop, I have serious reservations about ever recommending you buy any of their products.
Date published: 2024-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Shelly P from Lightweight and excellent value for the price. Lightweight laptop perfect for travel. Very easy to set up. Excellent value for the price.
Date published: 2023-12-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by Carolin from Light weight computer I like it, it’s a light weight computer, small and fast.
Date published: 2023-12-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by Meowy from Excellent Set up was a breeze! This computer does everything I need and I love the light weight/portability.
Date published: 2023-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ethan m2293746 from Rubber feet It’s a great laptop no doubt I love it, but the rubber strips on the bottom came off pretty quickly and when I emailed them to get a replacement strip they ignored me :( not cool
Date published: 2023-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chara from Great laptop Light weight and easy tonise
Date published: 2023-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dave_T from Super Light Computer Great little computer. It's very light and easy to carry around, which is why I wanted it.
Date published: 2023-10-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous from Disappointed laptop The ELAN hardware for the touchpad, keyboard, etc. is pretty meh. I setup Fedora Linux 38 on this laptop and it's OK but kinda disappointing for a system with these specs. When I remote into the laptop it performs much better which tells me the keyboard/touchpad hardware is the culprit.
Date published: 2023-07-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by LilySi from Very nice little laptop Lightweight and it works as it should.
Date published: 2023-05-12
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does this have a touch screen?

Asked by: pinksteel
Thanks for your question! This laptop does not feature a touchscreen.
Answered by: HP Team Rahmique
Date published: 2024-03-14

I am a writer and I need WORD in the computer - I need WORD even when I do not have access to internet - also, I need to be able to utilize a flash drive to store books and transfer to desk top. ALSO facebook, email, you tube, netflix

Asked by: Gandhi
This HP Pavilion Aero Laptop 13-be2047nr comes with McAfee LiveSafe™ 30-day trial offer (Internet access required. The first 30 days are included. Subscription required for live updates afterward, 1-month Adobe free trial offer, and a one month trial for new Microsoft 365 customers.
Answered by: HP Team Grant
Date published: 2023-09-01

Does this laptop have touch screen support ?

Asked by: dhr12
Hello. Thanks for your question. This HP Pavilion Aero Laptop 13-be2047nr does not have a touchscreen.
Answered by: HP Live Expert Cheri
Date published: 2023-07-09

Is this laptop good for gaming 

Asked by: Anonymous
Thank you for your question! As system requirements for software constantly change, we are unable to answer questions about software compatibility or performance. What is compatible today may not be in a few months. Please check the software manufacturer's website for the most current system recommendations!
Answered by: HP Team Grant
Date published: 2023-11-29

Does it have a port to hook in a printer

Asked by: Janfin2
Hello. Thanks for your question. This HP Pavilion Aero laptop does have a USB port for a printer.
Answered by: HP Live Expert Cheri
Date published: 2023-10-14
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