For possible solutions to problems you have with the HP Pavilion 17-e117dx, refer to the troubleshooting page.
The HP Pavilion 17-e117dx has a plastic casing, and when you open it, you’ll notice a gloss black finish. On the right side of the HP Pavilion-e117dx (laptop facing you), there is a VGA port, an air vent, an HDMI port, two USB Type-A ports, a headphone jack, and a media card reader. On the left side, there is an optical drive, a USB port, an ethernet port, an AC adapter light, and a power connector.
The HP Pavilion 17-e117dx (HP Pavilion 17 TouchSmart Notebook PC) is from a line of personal computers, originally released by Hewlett Packard in 1995. This name applies to both desktops and laptops alike. The main competitors for the Pavilion would be the IdeaPad by Lenovo, the Satellite by Toshiba and the Aspire by Acer. The HP Pavilion in 1995 was the first home-computing device HP released.