2016 Newest HP Star Wars Edition 15.6" Full HD IPS Touchscreen Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5-6200U Processor, NVIDIA GeForce 940M Graphics, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, DVD+/-RW, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 10
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- 6th Gen Intel Core i5 6200U (Skylake) Processor (3MB Cache, up to 2.8 GHz), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 940M (2GB GDDR5 Dedicated Video Memory), Intel HD Graphics 5208GB DDR3 1600MHz SDRAM, 1TB SATA Hard Drive, 2 USB 3.0, 1 USB 2.0, SuperMulti DVD burner15.6 inch IPS anti glare WLED Backlit Touch Display (1920 x 1080), HDMI, HD Webcam, 802.11 AC Gigabit WiFi, 1G Ethernet (RJ 45), Bluetooth 4.0, Multiformat SD card reader, Windows 10 Home 64 bit, Full size island style red backlit keyboard, Bang and Olufsen with dual speakers, 4 cell lithium ion 41WHr Battery
Design: This is a style statement first and foremost, though this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. With a touch screen and overall Star Wars motif, this is an immediately impressive device.
Nvidia: Many of the laptops listed here use AMD graphics processors, in the rare case that the graphics capabilities aren’t handled directly by the CPU. This machine bucks that trend with a Nvidia Geforce card, which is much more powerful.
Upgrades: Although upgrades may not be needed considering what you’ll be using this machine for, it is a simple process to enhance this device. RAM can be added easily, and the disc drive can be replaced with another hard drive or SSD.
Keyboard: A sturdy keyboard can mean all the difference between a good and bad laptop. This keyboard, in addition to providing great tactile feedback, is backlit so as to help you type in the dark.
Gaming: With a lot of lucrative design careers in the video game industry, it may come in handy to have a machine capable of playing the latest and greatest titles. This machine is capable of running games like Skyrim and The Old Republic at high settings smoothly.
Bloatware: Being a tie-in Star Wars product, there are many extra features added to this machine, such as some Star Wars-themed fonts and a digital comic. This may be appealing to hardcore fans, but it’ll most likely just take up space.