The Pavilion 14, also known as Hp Pavilion 14 – Ceoo10ca) features an aluminium lid, as well as an all-plastic body. In terms of size and measurements, the laptop may seem a little heavy, and weighs 1.60kg, while its profile sits at 17.9mm. Strength-wise, the laptop is pretty sturdy, although there is some noticeable bend when you push it harder – especially in twist motions. If you want a laptop, whose lid is easy to open with a single hand – this one is not for you. However, the side bezels are pretty thin, and while the top bezel is quite bulky, you’d also notice that the HD camera, is located there. The (Hp Pavilion 14 – Ceoo10ca) uses its lid as leverage to lift the backside of the base off the ground. This gives the fans a lot more breathing space and a somewhat better ergonomics for typing.
The keyboard is decently sized, with an optional backlight, clicky feedback but a slightly shorter travel time. Additionally, the spacing between the keys is good, Also, Then, there is the touchpad. It has decent size for a Windows device, but some people might find the aspect ratio a little bit different from what they’ve been used to. In addition to the Hp Pavilion 14 – Ceoo10ca keyboard and touchpad, the base is also home to the Bang & Olufsen branded speakers – you can clearly see the 3D grill above the keyboard. This leaves the bottom plate with only a ventilation grill, while the hot air is exhausted from in between the lid and the base.
HP Pavilion 14 (Hp Pavilion 14 – Ceoo10ca) is equipped with a Full HD IPS display – BOE BOE0868. Its diagonal size is 14.0 inches (35.56 cm). The screen ratio is 16:9 and the resolution is 1920 x 1080p which translates into a pixel density of 157 PPI. The pixel pitch is – 0.161 х 0.161 mm. The screen can be considered Retina when viewed from further than 22 inches (55 cm). From this distance, the individual pixels become indistinguishable for the average human eye.
With these array of distinctive features, we can say like Liverpool FC that “You’ll never walk alone”