HP 250 G10

HP 250 G10

HP 250 G10

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BEST RATING
Operating Noise:
4.6
GENERAL USE: Fair6.6/10
GAMING/3D: Poor5.9/10
ENG/DESIGN: Poor5.9/10
PORTABILITY: Good7.8/10
BATTERY: Good7.0/10
OVERALL SCREEN QUALITY: Poor5.3/10
OVERALL PERFORMANCE: Fair6.5/10
SIZE: 15.6"








Evaluation

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Pros
  • Good general performance
  • Excellent heat management
  • Moderate weight, facilitates portability
  • Number pad included on keyboard
  • Battery life suitable for moderate use
Cons
  • Low screen resolution
  • Limited color accuracy
  • Not ideal for demanding 3D tasks
  • No USB-C charging capability

Ratings by Category

Operating Noise:
4.6
PerfectRec’s Operating Noise Score is based on fan noise measurements. Laptops with a fanless design, such as Macbooks, receive the maximum score.
Portability:
4.3
PerfectRec’s portability rating takes into account the volume and thickness of the laptop as well as its weight.
Battery Life:
4.0
PerfectRec’s Battery Life rating is based on hours of battery life in typical usage scenarios.
General Use:
3.7
The HP 250 G10 is deemed fair for general use primarily because it offers a basic CPU and RAM configuration which handles everyday tasks, but the screen quality is limited by a lower resolution and standard TN panel, which is not ideal for color-critical work. It is relatively portable and provides decent battery life, which supports on-the-go use, though the trade-off is in less powerful hardware and an unremarkable display.
Gaming, 3D & AI:
3.0
The HP 250 G10 is not suited for gaming and 3D applications because it's equipped with Intel UHD Graphics, which lacks the power needed for these tasks. Additionally, the laptop's screen has a lower resolution and refresh rate, which does not support the high-quality, fast-paced visuals typically required for gaming and 3D rendering.
Engineering & Design:
3.0
The HP 250 G10 is equipped with an Intel UHD Graphics card and a TN panel with a resolution of 1366 x 768, which are suboptimal for engineering and design tasks that typically require a more powerful GPU and a higher resolution screen with better color accuracy and wider viewing angles.
Build Quality:
3.0
PerfectRec’s Build Quality Score incorporates case materials, display and keyboard flex, hinge quality, chassis rigidity, and overall reliability. Our assessment of build quality includes many details that are difficult to quantify. Our laptop experts use their best judgment to produce the final score.
Keyboard Quality:
3.0
The Keyboard Quality score is based on the PerfectRec experts’ assessment of tactile feedback, typing comfort, keyboard reliability and typing noise.

Full Specs

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GENERAL

Price
$295
Brand
HP
Release Date
January 05 2023
Operating System
Windows 11 Home
Overall Dimensions
14.2'' x 9.3'' x 0.73''
Weight
3.5 lbs

INTERNAL

Processor
Intel N200
Overall CPU Score
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3.8/10
Graphics
UHD Graphics
Overall GPU Score
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2.4/10
RAM
16 gb

SCREEN

Resolution
1366 x 768
General Use Screen Score
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5.2/10
Gaming and 3D Screen Score
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5.6/10
Design and Engineering Screen Score
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5.2/10
Diagonal Size
15.6"

PORTS & CONNECTIVITY

USB Type-A
2
USB-C ports
1
USB-C (Non-Thunderbolt)
1
USB-C Charging
No
Display Outputs
1

BATTERY

Battery Life
6 hours
Battery Capacity
41 wh

OTHER HARDWARE

Webcam
720p
Keyboard Quality Score
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6/10
Fingerprint Reader
No
Number Pad
Yes
Backlit Keyboard
No

RELIABILITY

Build Quality Score
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6/10
Warranty Period
1 year

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Nikolay Palaozov | December 2023
"The HP 250 G10 is a decent budget device that surprises us with its high CPU frequencies under load. Still, our configuration has a Core i5-1335U which doesn’t require significant cooling, if choose a 28W P-series processor, maybe the situation with the clocks could be different. If you want to play some casual game after work, a memory in dual-channel is a must because it increases greatly the iGPU performance."

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