HP 14-an013nr 14-Inch Notebook (AMD E2-7110 QC, 4GB RAM, 32 GB eMMC Hard Drive, Windows 10 Home 64)
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Tackle all your daily tasks with an affordable laptop that comes packed with the features you need. With Windows 10, you’ll experience fast start-ups, a familiar yet expanded Start menu, and great new ways to get stuff done.
- Amazon Sales Rank: #47 in Personal Computers
- Brand: HP
- Model: W2M53UA#ABA
- Released on: 2016-05-29
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Number of items: 1
- Dimensions: .94" h x 13.60" w x 9.51" l, 3.86 pounds
- CPU: E2-7110 1.8 GHz
- Memory: 4GB
- Hard Disk: 32GB
- Graphics: Integrated
- Processors: 4
- Battery type: Lithium Ion
- Display size: 14
- 14.0-inch diagonal Full HD IPS UWVA Brightview WLED-backlit (1920x1080)
- AMD E2-7110 QC, 1.8GHz, Quad-Core Processor
- 4 GB DDR3L-SDRAM Memory
- More productive. Windows 10 is the best for bringing ideas forward and getting things done.
- Windows 10 Home
Most helpful customer reviews
250 of 267 people found the following review helpful.
Full HD Screen with LAN/HDMI/VGA and very portable on the cheap. Great for RDP.
By Douglas Quaid
EDIT: Just doubled the RAM to 8GB using this: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00CQ35GYE/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1
All of the screws are visible from the bottom except for the under the two rubber feet on the hinges.
Just received mine today, so first impressions:
Build and finish are fine for the price.
1080p full HD screen. If this is not the reason you are buying it, there may be better options. The screen is GLOSSY and has lots of reflection and glare. Plenty sharp, pretty good viewing angles, but brightness is a little low IMO.
This is no where near ultrabook size/weight, but it is a fairly light laptop that will travel well.
Connectivity! LAN port with lights! VGA! Full size HDMI! USB 3.0 (1), Full size SD reader. Again, if you don't care about the LAN and full size HDMI/VGA, there may be better options.
Keyboard and Trackpad are more than acceptable, maybe even above average IMO. Caps Lock light, Mute light, full size shift keys, dedicated page up/down, Function keys by default (rather than F keys).
There is a fan, and it has been going most of the time I've been using it - not loud or high pitched though. No noticeable heat yet.
Replaceable battery! Its small too, so backups on a trip would be easy to bring. Not sure about battery life yet, but I've been using it unplugged for almost an hour and am at 88%.
Speed? Not so much. Will need more time, but I'm certain this is akin to all things "netbook 2.0", though 4gb of RAM is better than some. General web browsing has been fine, but weather.com has become a good test for lesser processors, and it certainly brings this one to a crawl.
Storage has about 13GB available after the first round of updates out of the box.
For me, this is a great buy to use for Remote Desktop. The full HD screen combined with the LAN, VGA, HDMI ports makes this a cheap travel/business computer if you use it for mostly RDP. The replaceable battery is another bonus after years of using ultrabooks. But if you are buying this as your main machine, you may be disappointed in performance.
259 of 280 people found the following review helpful.
Appears to be upgradable.
By Stanburry Q. Smiley
Haven't used it yet. First thing I did was check to see if ram is expandable and hdd upgradable. Looks like yes to both as neither are soldered to board. I'm not sure where you get that kind of hdd though. It has an extra slot for a 2nd sick of ram too. Looks like you could add an optical drive if you are willing to modify the case by cutting into the plastic.
I have added a labeled picture of the board and also a picture of the SATA connection
I could not find a suitable replacement hard drive for this, if you know where I should look let me know, thanks!
34 of 35 people found the following review helpful.
For sure a sleeper of a laptop!
Great little laptop - it is not a beast, but it does everything I need quite well: website updates, emails, word docs, graphics manipulation, etc. I did try some video editing and while it would be okay for a last minute cut or effect on the road, it is a load on the little guy. Here are some thing you must do if you get one:
1. Go to Microsoft "Fresh Start" - this is a service the MS offers that will reload your new laptop with a fresh install of just Windows 10, it transfers all the activation stuff, but all of the HP crapware is gone. Make sure you do this before updating Windows, as you need 8-10 Gigs of space to run Fresh Start.
2. Go thorough and clean out the junk that MS has installed... your idea of junk is not the same as mine, but I am sure we both agree there is still junk.
3. If you are willing to open the laptop up and buy the parts, do the RAM and SSD upgrade - lots of videos on youtube show you how.
4. If you do not want to install a new SSD, get a Samsung USB 3.0 miniature drive... you can get 64G pretty cheap. Plug it in the USB port and make sure it is assigned a drive letter in Windows.
5. If you installed a SSD or USB drive, move the Desktop, Documents, Downloads, Music, Pictures, Video directories (folders) from your default home to the new SSD or USB - do not copy them, move them to the new drive, do not change the name or copy over any hidden directories - now create a symbolic link for each of these directories from where they were, to where they are - use 'MKLINK' (google for info). This step lets your computer auromagically use the additional storage your added as your home folders... everything you save to "Pictures" goes to the added SSD or USB drive. Also super handy for updates or OS reinstalls!
6. I moved the Windows Page File to the SSD, you can or not...
7. Keep it clean! I have a lot of stuff on my laptop and still have almost 13 gigs of free space on the eMMC - but you need to clean things up... do not waste money on a cleaning program - the free version of CCleaner does all you need, and you can do it with native Windows functions.