I've had an HP Chromebook of similar design for years that I still use daily, bought refurb off of Woot, with no issues. I've had other HP products without problems. But... I'd steer away from this. These specs are going to be slow - not just the slow CPU but the slow disk - so you're basically not going to be able to use this for much besides browsing and simple apps. For the same price (or less), you can get a touchscreen Chromebook that runs Android apps as well (like the Asus Flip or some newer options). Odds are, the Chromebook will seem faster and will be more reliable, and the Android compatibility allows for a decent game selection (again, at this price point, and Android compatibility is limited, so you need to make sure a given Chromebook has it). No knock against Win10 - I use it daily for work - but in this price range, most people will be happier with a Chromebook. This laptop won't run most games, will be slow due to the hard disk/CPU combo, and will generally be frustrating.
Editing to add:
This is a 15.3" screen with 1366 x 768 resolution. That's like staring at a Roman mosaic. You'll see every pixel at that size.
Woot also has an HP 11" 11-G4EE Chromebook (refurb) on sale for $130 - well less than half the cost of this. The screen is smaller, but has the exact same resolution (1366 x 768). It has half the RAM, but that's not an issue on ChromeOS. It doesn't have a hard drive and only has 16GB of storage, but you probably don't want to rely too much on that 1TB of hard drive storage you get on a refurb (this 15.3" HP Win10 system). Plus, it has a spill-resistant keyboard. For the sort of things you can reasonably expect to do with this $300 HP, you might seriously want to consider the $130 HP Chromebook in the Woot Computers section. I'm guessing most people would be happier with it, or at least that it would fit their expectations better. The battery will certainly last longer.