Inside we find a 10th generation Intel 6-core processor, Intel Core I5-10400T, 8 GB of DDR4 RAM and a fast 512 GB NVME M.2 SSD. There is also, of course, a built-in WiFi card, so you can connect to your home network wirelessly. The computer runs Windows 10 in the Home version, so you don’t have to worry about buying the operating system yourself. Equipment with such a configuration may not break performance records in synthetic tests, but it efficiently coped both with working on multiple browser windows and running several applications at the same time. Excel works on it, also with larger tables, I checked larger files in Word – I did not notice that the computer was “suffocating.” Plus, it was very quiet all the time – so silent that it was easy to forget about it when it stood still.
Rather forget about new, demanding games, because these are neither components nor a budget for gaming equipment – which does not mean, however, that it is not suitable for occasional gaming. I checked out a few older titles and the Pavilion 27 handled them quite well. I also edited two films on it in Adobe Premiere Pro and it was obviously not an experience comparable to computers with dedicated graphics chips, but it worked. I think that with simpler mounts on smaller files it will be even better.