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HP Pavilion 15.6" Touch Laptop: i5-7200U, 12GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, 940MX EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has HP Pavilion 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop (15-cc553cl) for $499.99. Shipping is free. Thanks drees

Note, non-members are subject to a 5% surcharge ($37.50).

Specs:
  • Intel Core i5-7200U 2.5GHz Processor
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 Touchscreen WLED-backlit IPS Display
  • 12GB DDR4 Memory
  • 1TB Hard Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce 940MX 2GB Graphics
    • 2x USB 3.1
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
    • 1x HDMI
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 3-Cell Battery
  • Windows 10 Home
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Costco has HP Pavilion 15-cc553cl Touchscreen Laptop - Intel Core i5 - 2GB NVIDIA Graphics - FHD 1080p for $499 + free shipping

Costco Link [costco.com]

You get a total of four years of warranty for buying from costco and paying with your costco Visa card.

Processor & Memory:
Intel Core i5-7200U Processor at 2.5GHz
12GB DDR4 (2 DIMM) RAM

Drives:
1TB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive

Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Home

Communications:
Intel® Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth
HP TrueVision HD Webcam with Integrated Dual Digital Microphone

Graphics & Video:
15.6" Touchscreen WLED-backlit FHD IPS (1920 x 1080)
2GB NVIDIA GeForce 940MX Graphics

Audio:
B&O Play Audio with Dual Speakers

Keyboard:
Full-size island-style backlit keyboard with numeric keypad

Ports:
1x USB 3.1 Type C
2x USB 3.1
1x HDMI
1x RJ-45 (LAN)
1x Multi-Format Digital Media Card Reader
1x Headphone-out/microphone-in combo jack

Power Supply:
3-cell lithium-ion prismatic Battery

Additional Information:
Dimensions: 14.88"W x 9.93"D x 0.78"H
Weight (approximately): 4.21lbs
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The HP Pavilion series is pretty awful. It's the lowest quality line of laptops that HP sells (Pavilion is lowest, Envy is middle tier, and Spectre is top end).

This is a mediocre deal unless you want the GTX 940MX dedicated graphics. I'd suggest most average users just go with the Acer Swift 3 that is on sale for $500 at Costco.

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I feel a need to edit my comment due to some of the responses I've gotten.

For some people this could be a good deal - but only for those who really need a GTX 940MX and a bit more ram. Those people are few and far between though, as a 940MX is still a pretty mediocre dedicated graphics card - and most people who multi-task or use programs demanding enough to warrant more than 8gb of ram also require at least a quad core processor, and a higher end dedicated graphics card if it's more graphic demanding.

940MX graphics are also already outdated and Nvidia has recently released a newer version (MX150) which uses the same power and is well over 2x more powerful.

AVERAGE users won't have any need for the extra ram or the dedicated graphics. There are just much better options for these users in the same price range. If you do have a costco membership though, the 2 year extended warranty and 90 day return protection are quite good though.

I think the Acer Swift 3 from Costco for $500 right now is an incredibly deal for average consumers. Other comparable options that can be found for $500 and I believe are a much better value are the Dell Inspiron 5000 series, or a Lenovo Thinkpad E570. If you need dedicated graphics I'd suggest looking into a new Acer with MX150 graphics ($600-$700), or higher end options with a GTX 1050.

Only go for the HP Pavilion 15 if you REALLY want the extended Costco warranty and you really think you'll need the entry level dedicated graphics and the extra ram.
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Ding ding ding... this might be the winner. Been looking for a while for touchscreen, 1080 and decent warranty. Not happy with hard drive but can replace with sad. Anyone know if there is an m.2 slot?
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Great price and great store. If it had an SSD, I would be recommending it to a client. I cannot bare to put a client through a rotational drive anymore. They are so F***ing slow!
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That 940M isn't the greatest video card, but at least it has a dedicated video card! If you have to have it new and don't need a quad core, this seems like a good deal.
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Anyone know about SSD slot and about battery life - no gaming.
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How good of a deal is this? Black Friday level ?
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it doesn't seem to have an m.2 slot. That's the only 50/50 deal breaker. Costco warranty is so good though.... on the fence
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The HP Pavilion series is pretty awful. It's the lowest quality line of laptops that HP sells (Pavilion is lowest, Envy is middle tier, and Spectre is top end).

This is a mediocre deal unless you want the GTX 940MX dedicated graphics. I'd suggest most average users just go with the Acer Swift 3 that is on sale for $500 at Costco.

______

EDIT:

I feel a need to edit my comment due to some of the responses I've gotten.

For some people this could be a good deal - but only for those who really need a GTX 940MX and a bit more ram. Those people are few and far between though, as a 940MX is still a pretty mediocre dedicated graphics card - and most people who multi-task or use programs demanding enough to warrant more than 8gb of ram also require at least a quad core processor, and a higher end dedicated graphics card if it's more graphic demanding.

940MX graphics are also already outdated and Nvidia has recently released a newer version (MX150) which uses the same power and is well over 2x more powerful.

AVERAGE users won't have any need for the extra ram or the dedicated graphics. There are just much better options for these users in the same price range. If you do have a costco membership though, the 2 year extended warranty and 90 day return protection are quite good though.

I think the Acer Swift 3 from Costco for $500 right now is an incredibly deal for average consumers. Other comparable options that can be found for $500 and I believe are a much better value are the Dell Inspiron 5000 series, or a Lenovo Thinkpad E570. If you need dedicated graphics I'd suggest looking into a new Acer with MX150 graphics ($600-$700), or higher end options with a GTX 1050.

Only go for the HP Pavilion 15 if you REALLY want the extended Costco warranty and you really think you'll need the entry level dedicated graphics and the extra ram.
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i7 would be nice.

Has HP made any dent on laptop heat problem?
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The HP Pavilion series is pretty awful. It's the lowest quality line of laptops that HP sells (Pavilion is lowest, Envy is middle tier, and Spectre is top end).

This is a mediocre deal unless you want the GTX 940MX dedicated graphics. I'd suggest most average users just go with the Acer Swift 3 that is on sale for $500 at Costco.
Didn't know that, thanks for the info. I've had an Envy for 5 years now and it's finally dying and I'm in the market for a laptop.
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The HP Pavilion series is pretty awful. It's the lowest quality line of laptops that HP sells (Pavilion is lowest, Envy is middle tier, and Spectre is top end).

This is a mediocre deal unless you want the GTX 940MX dedicated graphics. I'd suggest most average users just go with the Acer Swift 3 that is on sale for $500 at Costco.

that's your opinion. onboard graphics are better than nothing especially if you're just doing 2D etc and very light work. Onboard only is good if you want better battery life. Both hard drives/ssd's are bad since 256gb is not enough for most people and the 1TB is slow as crap. So if you're swapping drives anyway this hp seems like the better deal. It's not built like the old school pavilion laptops. Have you physically touched one in the store? They aren't that bad at all....

Also, some people want the additional 1.6" in screen size and 4GB more RAM.
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