Info What is actual in System manufacturer hp or Hewlett-Packard

indranil_52

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Sometimes i saw in laptop specifications (my computer ---right click..propertise or run sysinfo32)manufacturers is -Hewlett-Packard
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and sometimes it shows hp
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. Is this both are ok?
Next in laptop I found some intel processor have intel inside
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https://postimg.cc/4HTMjmcD
and some have only intel i7.. 7gen but not found "inside" word. Fake or not in all case.<a href='https://postimg.cc/7C3SmhxG' target='_blank'><img src='https://i.postimg.cc/7C3SmhxG/IMG-20190708-WA0010.jpg' border='0' alt='IMG-20190708-WA0010'/></a>
 
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Well, "HP" is an acronym for "Hewlett-Packard" so I wouldn't be too worried about it.

"Intel inside" is just some marketing/branding Intel uses. I don't know that every single system with an Intel CPU would necessarily have it.

I don't know if you have some other reason to think your computer isn't legit, but neither of those things are something I'd worry about personally.
 
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