11-20-2019 12:43 PM
Hello, I recently purchased a hp HP envy 13 laptop for 1000£ now before I purchased it I checked all the specifications and it had a Nvidia Mx 250 graphics card which was what I needed, it's been about 2 months that I purchased this product and all of sudden I checked the settings and the graphics settings and it says Intel uh 620 , I paid so much money for this device , the manufacturers also put a Nvidia sticker near the keyboard as well but laptop doesn't contain the mentioned graphics card , this is a fraud which has to be urgently reported , paying 1000£ has to student is a lot of money , the bill and all the paperwork also mention that the device comes with the Nvidia Mx 250 and that was the model which I purchased. This is by far a very big scam and disgrace to hp, please someone help me out I noticed this just today 2 months after I got it, I have not paid so much just to be given false information.
11-20-2019 02:52 PM - edited 11-20-2019 03:01 PM
Please remove the serial number. Its private and not needed. Do you know how to shoot a screenshot of the Device manager?
Third party reviews I found on that model say it has the nVidia MX250 graphics, and the HP sales page on that model, but the official HP specs do not mention which graphics it has. Even with the MX250 you will also have Intel HD integrated video because it is a switchable graphics system. There is a version of the 13-aq0000 which only has Intel video but if the model number you give is right it has nVidia graphics, too.