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Hp Envy 15t 15.6" 1080P IPS Touch, i7-6500U, 8GB DDR4, 256GB PCIe SSD, USB 3.1 Type-C, WiFi AC, Win10 Home @ $640 with F/S

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Hp offers HP Envy Ultrabook with 15.6" 1080P IPS Touhscreen, Skylake Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz CPU, 8GB DDR4L 2133MHz Ram, 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD, Backlit Keyboard, WiFi AC, USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1, Win10 Home 64 Bit @ $639.99 with coupon code EMRY9599. Shipping is free and tax in most states.

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http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/Lap...-w9c42av-1

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  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 15.6" 1080P IPS WLED Touchscreen Display
  • Skylake Core i7-6500U 2.5GHz (3.1GHz Turbo, 4MB Cache)
  • 8GB DDR4L 2133MHz Ram
  • 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Backlit Keyboard, 720P HP TrueVison WebCam
  • B&O Stereo Speakers
  • Dual Band 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2 + Gigabit Lan
  • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1, 3x USB 3.0 (1x PowerShare), SD Card REader
  • 1x HDMI
  • 3 Cell 51.5 WHr Battery (Up to 7 Hrs)
  • 4.8 lbs
  • 1 Year HP Warranty
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What is the purpose of your purchase. The link you have posted is agaming laptop whereas this is more of a professional Laptop concentrates more on Build quality, Battery life, ergonomics etc.
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What is the purpose of your purchase. The link you have posted is agaming laptop whereas this is more of a professional Laptop concentrates more on Build quality, Battery life, ergonomics etc.
I think the other one is significantly better. I don't see what graphics this one has, but the other has discrete graphics 950M. This one has an i7, but the other has a quad i5 that actually outperforms this i7. The one thing this one has is the SSD, but the other can be upgraded for $60.
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What is the purpose of your purchase. The link you have posted is agaming laptop whereas this is more of a professional Laptop concentrates more on Build quality, Battery life, ergonomics etc.
i need a budget laptop with long battery to take it with me on my time travel adventure.
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i need a budget laptop with long battery to take it with me on my time travel adventure.
Then this one is better. You don't need tons of processing power or Graphics horse power but something which provides long battery life, decent power to run everything required in daily basis and good build quality and this one perfectly matches those criteria.
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I think the other one is significantly better. I don't see what graphics this one has, but the other has discrete graphics 950M. This one has an i7, but the other has a quad i5 that actually outperforms this i7. The one thing this one has is the SSD, but the other can be upgraded for $60.
Before jumping to conclusion first try to understand what is the requirement. Dell XPS 13 with core i5 6200U CPU, no dedicated Graphics and 256GB SSD sells at over $900 bucks and they also being sold like hot cakes. Why?? As per your decision, that XPS one is the worst laptop because that does not have a Quad Core CPU, dedicated Graphics card and priced near to $1000 and people are idiots because they highly praise it and buy it.
Please try to figure out and let me know.
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Before jumping to conclusion first try to understand what is the requirement. Dell XPS 13 with core i5 6200U CPU, no dedicated Graphics and 256GB SSD sells at over $900 bucks and they also being sold like hot cakes. Why?? As per your decision, that XPS one is the worst laptop because that does not have a Quad Core CPU, dedicated Graphics card and priced near to $1000 and people are idiots because they highly praise it and buy it.
Please try to figure out and let me know.
I'm not familiar with the difference in build quality between the pavilion and envy line, so maybe I should have mentioned that. However I do know the envy line is not of the same quality as the XPS line like you are trying to portray. The spectre line is more comparable to the XPS line. The envy is mid range quality.
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Then this one is better. You don't need tons of processing power or Graphics horse power but something which provides long battery life, decent power to run everything required in daily basis and good build quality and this one perfectly matches those criteria.
is this enough to build a time machine with matlab image processing toolbox?
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I'm not familiar with the difference in build quality between the pavilion and envy line, so maybe I should have mentioned that. However I do know the envy line is not of the same quality as the XPS line like you are trying to portray. The spectre line is more comparable to the XPS line. The envy is mid range quality.
You again missed the point completely. It was not comparing XPS with Envy but trying to tell you that different type of laptops are targeted to towards a different type of works and cannot be compared by internal hardware configuration.
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is this enough to build a time machine with matlab image processing toolbox?
Yes it is. However, if you're using Polyspace, 4 cores is recommended. So better get that HP Pavilion deal I have posted. This one is a dual core CPU whereas Pavilion one has (i5-6300HQ) is a quad core 47W TDP CPU, twice powerful than this.
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is this 2-in-1 laptop? It doesn't say on the link.
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is this 2-in-1 laptop? It doesn't say on the link.
That was a mistake. It is not a 2-in-1. Edited the main post as well.
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Yes it is. However, if you're using Polyspace, 4 cores is recommended. So better get that HP Pavilion deal I have posted. This one is a dual core CPU whereas Pavilion one has (i5-6300HQ) is a quad core 47W TDP CPU, twice powerful than this.
i bought this laptop instead. the other one look bulky and the interior looks ugly. Im not a gamer so it shouldnt be a big different for me.
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i bought this laptop instead. the other one look bulky and the interior looks ugly. Im not a gamer so it shouldnt be a big different for me.
I was not talking about Graphics card for gaming. The other Laptop has a Quad Core processor whereas this one is a Dual Core Processor. As a result the processing performance of that one is more than twice of this Laptop's Processor.
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