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Promoted 05-02-2016 by Discombobulated at 01:37 AM View Original Post
Best Buy.com has HP Spectre x360 13.3" 2-in-1 Laptop (N5S10UA#ABA) on sale for $899.99. Shipping is free, or select free store pickup where available. Thanks SiriusBlk

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location.

Specs:
  • Intel Core i7 6500U Processor (Skylake)
  • 13.3" 2560x1440 Full HD Touchscreen Display
  • 256GB mSATA Solid State Drive
  • 8GB DDR3L SDRAM
  • Intel HD Graphics 520
  • Wireless/AC + Bluetooth
  • Media Card Reader
  • Windows 10
Included Software: CyberLink Youcam, HP Recovery Manager, HP Support Assistant, HP ePrint, Netflix, Snapfish, McAfee LiveSafe 30-Day Trial

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Offer valid only for May 2, 2016 or while supplies last. Refer to the forum thread for all internal discussions - Discombobulated

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Edited May 2, 2016 at 11:53 AM by TattyBear
HP - Spectre x360 2-in-1 13.3" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 8GB - 256GB mSATA Solid State Drive - Natural silver for $899.99 + FS (Bestbuy)

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-sp...Id=4908101

Product Features

13.3" touch screen for hands-on control
2560 x 1440 QHD resolution. Natural finger-touch navigation makes the most of Windows 10. IPS technology for wide viewing angles. Energy-efficient LED backlight.
6th Gen Intel¿ Core i7-6500U mobile processor
Ultra-low-voltage platform. Dual-core processing performance. Intel Turbo Boost Technology delivers dynamic extra power when you need it, while increasing energy efficiency when you don't.
8GB system memory for advanced multitasking
Substantial high-bandwidth RAM to smoothly run your games and photo- and video-editing applications, as well as multiple programs and browser tabs all at once.
256GB solid state drive (SSD)
While offering less storage space than a hard drive, a flash-based SSD has no moving parts, resulting in faster start-up times and data access, no noise, and reduced heat production and power draw on the batte...
360¿ flip-and-fold design
Offers versatile functionality with laptop, audience, tabletop, presentation and tablet modes.
Intel¿ HD Graphics 520
On-processor graphics with shared video memory provide everyday image quality for Internet use, basic photo editing and casual gaming.
Weighs 3.17 lbs. and measures 0.6" thin
Ultraportable design, featuring a smaller screen size and omitting the DVD/CD drive to achieve the compact form factor. 3-cell lithium ion battery.
Bluetooth interface syncs with compatible devices
Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the laptop and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.
3 USB 3.0 ports maximize the latest high-speed devices
USB 3.0 ports are backward-compatible with USB 2.0 devices (at 2.0 speeds).
HDMI output expands your viewing options
Connect to an HDTV or high-def monitor to set up two screens side by side or just see more of the big picture.
Built-in media reader for simple photo transfer
Supports SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card formats.
Next-generation wireless connectivity
Connects to your network or hotspots on all current Wi-Fi standards. Connect to a Wireless-AC router for speed nearly 3x faster than Wireless-N.
Built-in HP TrueVision HD webcam with two microphones
Makes it easy to video chat with family and friends or teleconference with colleagues over Skype or other popular applications.
Backlit keyboard for easy typing in dim or dark locations
Touchpad with scroll and multitouch capability.
Multimedia software package included
CyberLink Youcam.
Additional ports
Mini DisplayPort and headphone/microphone combo jack
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lol, what a clown ass comment. I think you have it backwards. People still pay $900 for the MBA with a 1400x900 TN panel, non touch screen, and 128gb SSD?
sn_85 20
You're going to get slaughtered by users on this forum for saying that. Thanks for the post OP. Good deal.
We have ~700 of these in our environment for about 6 months now. They are decent performing units, but we have had a rash of screen breakage that HP insists isn't a defect - yet all the cracks are happening by the hinges. They say it is delicate due to how thin it is, and we need to be more careful. Also, we've had several units have the touch component of their screen flake out and have a bunch of "phantom" touches. Applying pressure to the screen temporarily fixes the problem, but it's come back on the same units. The touchpad is pretty terrible too, it just stops working at times and you have to reset the synaptics touchpad driver to defaults to get it working again. All in all, not sure if I'd buy this unit if I was spending my own money on it.
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#4
People still pay $900 for HP Smilie you can buy better laptops even from BB for that kinda money. They have a macbook air 13" with 8gb RAM listed for $909 open box. You are better off buying a decent machine.
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Quote from ks73451 View Post :
People still pay $900 for HP Smilie you can buy better laptops even from BB for that kinda money. They have a macbook air 13" with 8gb RAM listed for $909 open box. You are better off buying a decent machine.

You're going to get slaughtered by users on this forum for saying that. Thanks for the post OP. Good deal.
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#6
Great price and great machine. I just wish HP didn't use Synaptics touchpad drivers. They're awful.
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Quote from ks73451 View Post :
People still pay $900 for HP Smilie you can buy better laptops even from BB for that kinda money. They have a macbook air 13" with 8gb RAM listed for $909 open box. You are better off buying a decent machine.
lol, what a clown ass comment. I think you have it backwards. People still pay $900 for the MBA with a 1400x900 TN panel, non touch screen, and 128gb SSD?
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#8
Love this, except for the non expandable RAM.

So close to finding the right laptop. Been looking for weeks now
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Quote from ks73451 View Post :
People still pay $900 for HP Smilie you can buy better laptops even from BB for that kinda money. They have a macbook air 13" with 8gb RAM listed for $909 open box. You are better off buying a decent machine.
Now what brought you to this thread for your drive-by comment? Do you even have this machine? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) Or do you even have the air (I do) you're promoting? Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Quote from ks73451 View Post :
People still pay $900 for HP Smilie you can buy better laptops even from BB for that kinda money. They have a macbook air 13" with 8gb RAM listed for $909 open box. You are better off buying a decent machine.
lulz. apple fanboys really just shouldnt comment on anything that isnt apple, since they only demonstrate their complete lack of knowledge every time.

great laptop, great deal. anyone wanna comment on how these folding ones are for tablet use? i know the keyboard gets disabled in tablet mode, but is presing the keys while holding it annoying or anything? i love my dell xps12 with the sceen that flips to make it a tablet, and really think it's the best convertible implementation, but no one else seems to be following suit with any similar style convertibles that have an i7 and 8gb ram.
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#11
I have last year's model but I have had a chance to play around with the newer model and can say that these machines are quite amazing. I'm packing around 10 hours of mix usage on a single charge. The only issue I had with it was that there was crackling noise when playing audio after a certain amount of time but an update got pushed through and everything is fixed. For tablet mode, it is a little on the heavy side to hold up but it's not bad. I strongly recommend it and I'm assuming that the new skylake processor is even more efficient so you'll get even more battery life out of it. The trackpad is on the larger side but you do get use to it.
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Nice notebook would be great if I could find an open box
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lol, what a clown ass comment. I think you have it backwards. People still pay $900 for the MBA with a 1400x900 TN panel, non touch screen, and 128gb SSD?
They obviously do, why would anybody buy an HP? A Dell, lenovo or Asus would be a better and cheaper choice.
You can buy a zenbook ux303ua for $849 ($809 for open box)

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...okey_Brown
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#14
I agree that HP's used to be pretty bad and some of the low end stuff still is. The Spectre line however, are great laptops with top of the line build quality, keyboard, and TouchPad. Microsoft was heavily involved in this laptops creation. If you think this doesn't compete with a Mac you're lying to yourself.
That being said, this is not a great deal. I bought this exact same laptop for $750 two months ago.
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#15
Would pay $899. Would not pay almost $1000 (ie with tax).

Online commerce tax is dumb. Vast majority of the time the item doesn't even originate from your state, why is there tax???
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