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HP - ENVY 17.3" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 1TB Hard Drive - Silver for $799.99 (OB: $655.99) + FS (bestbuy)

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Last Edited by SiriusBlk June 24, 2016 at 10:14 PM
HP - ENVY 17.3" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 1TB Hard Drive - Silver for $799.99 + FS (bestbuy)

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/hp-en...7400050000

Open-Box: $655.99 + FS and above

Product Features
Intel 6th Generation Core i7
Windows 10 operating system

Windows 10 brings back the Start Menu from Windows 7 and introduces new features, like the Edge Web browser that lets you markup Web pages on your screen. Learn more ›
17.3" touch screen for hands-on control

1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution delivers impressive color and clarity. IPS technology for wide viewing angles. Energy-efficient WLED backlight.
6th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-6500U mobile processor

Ultra-low-voltage platform. Dual-core, four-way processing provides maximum high-efficiency power to go. Intel Turbo Boost Technology delivers dynamic extra power when you need it.
16GB system memory for intense multitasking and gaming

Reams of high-bandwidth DDR3L RAM to smoothly run your graphics-heavy PC games and video-editing applications, as well as numerous programs and browser tabs all at once.
1TB hard drive for ample file storage space

Holds a significant collection of digital photos, music, HD videos and DVD-quality movies. 5400 rpm spindle speed for standard read/write times.
Cloud support lets you access your files anywhere

Store your photos, videos, documents and other files on Dropbox for secure access across multiple devices. Fees may apply.
NVIDIA GeForce 940M graphics

Driven by 2GB dedicated video memory and up to 4096 total available memory to quickly render high-quality images for videos and games.
Built-in quad speakers with subwoofer

BANG & OLUFSEN technology outputs amazing sound, rich audio and deep bass.
Weighs 6.97 lbs. and measures 1.21" thin

Prioritizes screen size without sacrificing portability, so you get lots of viewing space without the laptop being too hefty to move around. 4-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.
4 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 MMC 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. The Gigabit Ethernet LAN port also plugs into wired networks.
Built-in Intel® RealSense™ 3D camera

Gesture control allows you to scroll through Web pages, play games and open apps without touching the laptop. You can also scan objects to create digital 3D models.
Backlit keyboard for easy typing in dim or dark locations

Built-in 10-key numeric keypad to quickly input numbers. HP ImagePad touchpad features support for multitouch gestures.
SuperMulti DVD/CD burner

Reads and writes to a variety of media formats, including DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, CD-R/RW, DVD-RAM and double-layer DVD.
Multimedia software package included

CyberLink PhotoDirector, PowerDirector and YouCam.
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Would love to see a deal on a 17" 4K touch, four core i7CPU... I don't need a gaming GPU, just at least dual screen 4K option.
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Not sure what kind of sane person buys a fake i7 (dual core), when it has beefed specs otherwise.
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Super hog. I remember getting two large HP units at SAMS years ago and they had a built in BD burner and they are still working at a house somewhere.
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Quote from Baraka View Post :
Would love to see a deal on a 17" 4K touch, four core i7CPU... I don't need a gaming GPU, just at least dual screen 4K option.
Same here. Don't need a gaming machine.
I want something that can handle photo editing, video creation/editing, and uploading and editing original artwork.

I also tend to have 15-20 tabs open at once...can't seem to shake that habit.

Not sure if I need a 17" screen, either.

Quote from js_fin View Post :
Not sure what kind of sane person buys a fake i7 (dual core), when it has beefed specs otherwise.
Thanks for commenting. I don't know what the difference is between dual core and four core, but I think it has to do with performance. I don't want to get anything lacking in something important.
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Quote from MoneyInMind View Post :
Same here. Don't need a gaming machine.
I want something that can handle photo editing, video creation/editing, and uploading and editing original artwork.

I also tend to have 15-20 tabs open at once...can't seem to shake that habit.

Not sure if I need a 17" screen, either.



Thanks for commenting. I don't know what the difference is between dual core and four core, but I think it has to do with performance. I don't want to get anything lacking in something important.
The more cores a processor has, the better performance it'll have generally, yes. More specifically, more core'd processors give better performance when multi-tasking (.e. having tons of tabs open at once like you admit to doing (who doesn't nowadays).

I've never looked into it, but the whole dual core thing seems like a scam to me as it's a much weaker/less powerful/'worse' version of the processor. Because it can cal itself i3, i5, i7 etc, it can trick people who aren't technical like you into thinking it's the best tier ("ooh, an i7!") out. There's a place for dual cores I guess, but my point was since it's beefed up otherwise (max ram, dedicated gpu), it's dumb to go skimpy on the cpu component.
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Quote from js_fin View Post :
The more cores a processor has, the better performance it'll have generally, yes. More specifically, more core'd processors give better performance when multi-tasking (.e. having tons of tabs open at once like you admit to doing (who doesn't nowadays).

I've never looked into it, but the whole dual core thing seems like a scam to me as it's a much weaker/less powerful/'worse' version of the processor. Because it can cal itself i3, i5, i7 etc, it can trick people who aren't technical like you into thinking it's the best tier ("ooh, an i7!") out. There's a place for dual cores I guess, but my point was since it's beefed up otherwise (max ram, dedicated gpu), it's dumb to go skimpy on the cpu component.
Thanks for the details. It'll help me when I finally do get my next laptop.
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