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HP Envy 27" AIO 1440P QHD Touch, Core i5-6400T, 8GB DDR3, Radeon A365 4GB, 2TB HDD, WiFi AC + BT @ $800 at eBay with F/S

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Last Edited by kh0rneflakes June 7, 2016 at 06:07 PM
eBay, via Adorama, is offering HP ENVY AIO PC with 27" 2560 X 1440 QHD Touchscreen IPS Display, Core i5 6400T Quad Core 2.2GHz CPU, 8GB DDR3 Ram, 2TB 5400 RPM HDD, WiFi AC + BT, AMD Radeon A365 4GB Graphics card at $799.99 with Free shipping. Tax in NY & NJ.

This model is $930 at Amazon.

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http://www.ebay.com/itm/HP-ENVY-2...rmvSB=true

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 27" Touchscreen 2560 X 1440 QHD IPS Display
  • Intel Skylake Core i5-6400T 2.2GHz (2.8GHz Turbo, 6MB Cache) Quad Core
  • 8GB DDR3L 1600MHz Ram
  • 2TB 5400 RPM HDD
  • AMD radeon A365 4GB DDR3 Graphics
  • 802.11ac Dual Band + Bluetooth 4.0
  • 1000 Mbps Ethernet
  • HDMI Out & HDMI IN
  • 4 X USB 3.0, 2 X USB 2.0, 3-in-1 Card Reader, 2 X M.2 Slot
  • B&O Speaker
  • 720P HD WebCam
  • Wireless Mouse & Keyboard
  • -5 to 35 degree tilt angle
  • 150W External Power Supply
  • 28.67lbs (13kg)
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decent deal on a aio
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decent deal on a aio
Yep. For multimedia purpose and watching High defination and 4K movies and for light Online gaming, this is a pretty good deal.
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Yep. For multimedia purpose and watching High defination and 4K movies and for light Online gaming, this is a pretty good deal.
Large slow hard drive though...
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Large slow hard drive though...
It has a free M.2 Slot. So you can easily add a M.2 SSD on it.
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Yep. For multimedia purpose and watching High defination and 4K movies and for light Online gaming, this is a pretty good deal.
what are you talking about? it is 2k...
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Yep. For multimedia purpose and watching High defination and 4K movies and for light Online gaming, this is a pretty good deal.
Not sure why u would watch 4k movie on a non 4k monitor.
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Large slow hard drive though...
id rather do the ssd upgrade myself. most ssd's come with a 3 to 5 year warranty. and you can pick the one you want.
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Not sure why u would watch 4k movie on a non 4k monitor.
Bro, apart from Youtube, you will hardly find any media with Quad HD resolution. So you will either get 1080P or 4K contents. Now 4K contents will definitely look better in a QUD display than a 1080P display.
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we have this. but ours was 300 more. however, we did get the i7. i did upgrade to an 850 pro ssd, and 16g ram. this replaced a mac, which we hated. one thing about hp. when you talk to a salesperson about buying, they are here in the us, and, of course, speak usa english, so i can understand them. if you have technical questions, NONE of the "technical" people are in the us, the ones i have tried to speak to i have a very hard time understanding, and service is your typical "foreign based" service. i did get one lady who was very good, but it was a problem with our hp printer, which she fixed quickly. almost as if the computer "technical" people have an iq test, and if they score high enough, they are sent to the printer section. i would guess the number is like 60
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pretty beastly AIO. Too much for me at the moment but nice to see a semi-hi specced AIO for $800.
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we have this. but ours was 300 more. however, we did get the i7. i did upgrade to an 850 pro ssd, and 16g ram. this replaced a mac, which we hated. one thing about hp. when you talk to a salesperson about buying, they are here in the us, and, of course, speak usa english, so i can understand them. if you have technical questions, NONE of the "technical" people are in the us, the ones i have tried to speak to i have a very hard time understanding, and service is your typical "foreign based" service. i did get one lady who was very good, but it was a problem with our hp printer, which she fixed quickly. almost as if the computer "technical" people have an iq test, and if they score high enough, they are sent to the printer section. i would guess the number is like 60
whoa, I was with you until the end there. I guarantee the support people are very smart and know exactly what they're talking about, just because they most likely speak a different native language and there is a barrier doesn't mean they're inherently dumb. While you can reprimand HP for outsourcing, don't insult the people who's sole job is to HELP you as best as possible.
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whoa, I was with you until the end there. I guarantee the support people are very smart and know exactly what they're talking about, just because they most likely speak a different native language and there is a barrier doesn't mean they're inherently dumb. While you can reprimand HP for outsourcing, don't insult the people who's sole job is to HELP you as best as possible.
Well, as best as possible isn't good enough at least half the time.

Also, don't think these techs are living like kings on $1.87 an hour.
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how is the temperature management for All in one's ? No overheating problems right?
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how is the temperature management for All in one's ? No overheating problems right?
No. These new Skylake based Processors are even lower power consumption and this one has a T series Processor which are specially built for low Thermals.
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