On Windows 10 understanding the model number of your device can come in handy in many situations. If you need to upgrade or replace a component such as hard drive, memory, power supply, display, etc, and you want to make sure you are getting the correct part.
To find the correct model number and product number of your laptop, the most common way is to look for a sticker at the bottom of the laptop. It is also written on the battery compartment. It is clearly written there. But if there are no stickers around, there are various ways with which you can find the number.
Check device model using System Information
To determine the device model number with System Information, use these steps:
Firstly, go to the Start menu, screech for the System Information, and click on it.
Click on the System Summary and you will see the System model.
Check model using Command Prompt
wmic csproduct get name
Check model using PowerShell
Open the PowerShell by typing the PowerShell in the Start menu and press the Enter button.
Type the below-mentioned command in the PowerShell and press the enter button. Now you will see the number.
wmic csproduct get name, identifyingnumber