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HP Pavilion 15.6" 1080P IPS, Core i5-6300HQ, 8GB DDR4, 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD, GTX 960M 4GB, WiFi AC @ $700 at HP with F/S

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Last Edited by widgit July 18, 2016 at 08:31 PM
HP Offers HP pavilion 15.6" Slim laptop with 15.6" IPS 1080P Display, Skylake Core i3-6300HQ 2.3GHz Quad Core CPU, 8GB DDR4L 2133MHz Ram, GTX 960M 4GB GDDR5, 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD, Dual Band WiFi AC + BT 4.2, Backlit Keyboard, Win10 Home 64 Bit @ $700 with F/S. Tax in most states.

Note: This is $43 lesser than the previous price.

Follow the below steps to get this Price:-
  • Go to http://store.hp.com/us/en/PDPStdV...JkVinwVcQw and click on Customize & Buy
  • Select "Processor and Graphics" - Intel Core i5-6300HQ + GTX960M 4GB (+$80)
  • Select "Hard Drive" - 256GB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD (+$60)
  • Add to cart
  • At cart, apply Coupon Code: "EMRY9599". Final price will be will be $699.99.

FINAl SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 15.6" 1080P WLED IPS Display
  • Intel Skylake Core i5-6300HQ 2.3GHz (3.2GHz Turbo, 6MB Cache) Quad Core
  • 8GB DDR4L 2133MHz Ram
  • Nvidia GTX 960M 4GB GDDR5
  • 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • B&O PLAY with 2 speakers
  • 3 Cell 61.5 WHr Battery with up to 9 hour battery life
  • HD WebCam
  • 802.11ac Dual Band WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2 + Gigabit Ethernet
  • 2 X USB 3.0, 1 X USB 2.0, Card Reader
  • 1 X HDMI
  • 4.81 lbs
  • 1 year warranty
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Seems like a great deal. Been in the market for an affordable laptop with a 960m and didnt want to deal with Lenovo. Does HP have good warranty support?
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Seems like a great deal. Been in the market for an affordable laptop with a 960m and didnt want to deal with Lenovo. Does HP have good warranty support?
Why no lenovo? The Y700 has some of the best cooling on their 960m.

The Dell 7559 has these same basic specs around the same price. I think Dells warranty is just as good, if not better than HP's.
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Seems like a great deal. Been in the market for an affordable laptop with a 960m and didnt want to deal with Lenovo. Does HP have good warranty support?
I've had no problem using HP's warranty in the past.
Once, i actually punched my laptop and the hard drive failed and they fixed it for me.

I'd, however, pick a lenovo over a hp though based on build quality and cost. (the draw back is the malware).
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Quote from Corrosive View Post :
Why no lenovo? The Y700 has some of the best cooling on their 960m.

The Dell 7559 has these same basic specs around the same price. I think Dells warranty is just as good, if not better than HP's.
Dell one at the same price comes with 1TB HDD, not a SSD and this one has a PCIe SSD, almost twice faster than a normal SATA III SSD.

Lenovo Y700 is a good gaming laptop but not available at this price, you need to pay minimum $100 extra.

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I've had no problem using HP's warranty in the past.
Once, i actually punched my laptop and the hard drive failed and they fixed it for me.

I'd, however, pick a lenovo over a hp though based on build quality and cost. (the draw back is the malware).
Lenovo fixed that malware issue long back.
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Dell one at the same price comes with 1TB HDD, not a SSD and this one has a PCIe SSD, almost twice faster than a normal SATA III SSD.

Lenovo Y700 is a good gaming laptop but not available at this price, you need to pay minimum $100 extra.



Lenovo fixed that malware issue long back.
It'd seem to be a bi-yearly occurrence thing, I think last time was late 2015? and superfish was the 3rd times something like that has happened, so there's definitely something fishy going on there.
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Not sure its me or not but every time I had HP laptop either they all issue after a year and their customer service was suck big time.

Price look good but their quality went downhill or may be its wasn't there in the 1st place.
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Not sure its me or not but every time I had HP laptop either they all issue after a year and their customer service was suck big time.

Price look good but their quality went downhill or may be its wasn't there in the 1st place.
Can't really comment as I never owned a HP Laptop. Lets someone having experience with HP 15T Laptops (Pavilion mainly) comment here.
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Can't really comment as I never owned a HP Laptop. Lets someone having experience with HP 15T Laptops (Pavilion mainly) comment here.

I will echo what he said, owned three HP laptops in the past. Two of three died right after the warranty expired made me believe they are pretty good at setting the timer.
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I will echo what he said, owned three HP laptops in the past. Two of three died right after the warranty expired made me believe they are pretty good at setting the timer.
I see many toshiba, hp low end cheaper notebooks fail because that's what local stores sell most. Nobody wants to spend more money for premium quality. People usually don't know or don't care. I don't know anyone who bought more expensive premium/business line that failed. I have some old HP and IBM that used to be premium line and they are very well built and still run like new. I'm ready to buy my first real notebook and can't decide between cost and reliability.
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Thinking of this build minus the upgrade to 960, keeping at 950 for video card makes it only 640.00.

is it worth the upgrade in general for 60$?

I play a few games like 7 days to die and Elite Dangerous, the are a little laggy on my old game boy I use to play them on, I would assume something like this should let me to medium to high settings on those with no issues? Or maybe im not assuming just hoping, thanks for any input
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Thinking of this build minus the upgrade to 960, keeping at 950 for video card makes it only 640.00.

is it worth the upgrade in general for 60$?

I play a few games like 7 days to die and Elite Dangerous, the are a little laggy on my old game boy I use to play them on, I would assume something like this should let me to medium to high settings on those with no issues? Or maybe im not assuming just hoping, thanks for any input
it's a roughly 25% improvement with gddr5 instead of 3, so i'd say its worth it since you can't switch later, but both cards should be able to handle newer games at medium setting.
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Added the laptop with the mentioned features and coupon code. Price comes out to $719.99 before taxes and fees. Anyone get this to work?
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Added the laptop with the mentioned features and coupon code. Price comes out to $719.99 before taxes and fees. Anyone get this to work?
The 15t and 17t were $20 cheaper before yesterday. I waited too long to pull the trigger and had to pay $20 more.
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Wouldn't the i5 be a problem for heavy gaming? gtx 960 4gb is good for 1080P 30-60fps latest games at mid to high.
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