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HP Pavilion 15t Laptop: Intel Core i7-8550U, 15.6" 1080p IPS Touchscreen, 12GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, 940MX 4GB, Win 10 Pro $799.99 + $14.95 S&H @ Costco

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HP Pavilion 15t Laptop: 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8550U Quad-Core, 15.6" 1080p IPS Touchscreen, 12GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, 940MX 4GB, Win 10 Pro $799.99 + $14.95 S&H
https://www.costco.com/.product.1...EMID=jobid

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15.6" Touchscreen FHD IPS WLED-backlit (1920x1080) Display
8th Gen Intel Core i7-8550U Quad-Core Processor 1.8GHz (Turbo 4GHz, 8MB cache)
12GB DDR4 (2 DIMM) RAM
1TB HDD
4GB NVIDIA GeForce 940MX Graphics
DVDRW
Microsoft Windows 10 Professional (64 bit)
Intel Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth 4.2
HD Wide Vision Webcam with Integrated Dual Digital Microphone
B&O PLAY Audio Processing
Full-size island-style Backlit Keyboard
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
3-cell Battery
4.67lbs
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Wait till BF or get now?
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Wait till BF or get now?
Same issue for me
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The outdated GPU kills this deal. This would be a lukewarm price if it had the Geforce MX150. It'd be a great deal if it had the 1050 ti and it would be smoking with a 1060 3GB or higher. But realistically, the 1050 is probably the max the chassis could handle.
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The outdated GPU kills this deal. This would be a lukewarm price if it had the Geforce MX150. It'd be a great deal if it had the 1050 ti and it would be smoking with a 1060 3GB or higher. But realistically, the 1050 is probably the max the chassis could handle.
Agree with you. Gpu kills it at least as a gaming laptop.
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Agree with you. Gpu kills it at least as a gaming laptop.
The lack of SSD also makes it pretty slow. You would think by now everything should come with ssd
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The lack of SSD also makes it pretty slow. You would think by now everything should come with ssd
Question from an old guy who has been totally left behind by technology today...

when y'all get a laptop with ssd, do you buy like a portable external usb drive for programs etc? given most ssd's i see are only 32, 64, maybe up to 256 gb
If so, isnt it a pain to have the portable hd dangling around all the time with a usb cord connecting it to laptop?
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Question from an old guy who has been totally left behind by technology today...

when y'all get a laptop with ssd, do you buy like a portable external usb drive for programs etc? given most ssd's i see are only 32, 64, maybe up to 256 gb
If so, isnt it a pain to have the portable hd dangling around all the time with a usb cord connecting it to laptop?
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Laptops will generally come with a 256gb or 512gb SSD at this point, which is usually enough to store programs for any non-gamer. Then just plug in a regular spinning hard drive whenever you need to access larger media like photos, videos, etc.
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Question from an old guy who has been totally left behind by technology today...

when y'all get a laptop with ssd, do you buy like a portable external usb drive for programs etc? given most ssd's i see are only 32, 64, maybe up to 256 gb
If so, isnt it a pain to have the portable hd dangling around all the time with a usb cord connecting it to laptop?
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To add to that point. You only need the ext to store large things like videos. Normal use for normal people 256 or 512 is enough. If you are really concerned there are several that have 1tb + 128/256/512 ssd
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Laptops will generally come with a 256gb or 512gb SSD at this point, which is usually enough to store programs for any non-gamer. Then just plug in a regular spinning hard drive whenever you need to access larger media like photos, videos, etc.
Thanks for the info and repped.

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To add to that point. You only need the ext to store large things like videos. Normal use for normal people 256 or 512 is enough. If you are really concerned there are several that have 1tb + 128/256/512 ssd
Thanks...
I guess i am looking for something with a 512gb ssd then, backlit keyboard, decent (intel?) processor, dont really care about graphics (not a gamer) and dont care about touchscreen, would love an asus, in the 600-800 range... am i dreaming?
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Wait till BF or get now?
Wait til it gets the mx150
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Thanks for the info and repped.


Thanks...
I guess i am looking for something with a 512gb ssd then, backlit keyboard, decent (intel?) processor, dont really care about graphics (not a gamer) and dont care about touchscreen, would love an asus, in the 600-800 range... am i dreaming?
I've only had bad experiences with asus. Never again for me
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Thanks for the info and repped.


Thanks...
I guess i am looking for something with a 512gb ssd then, backlit keyboard, decent (intel?) processor, dont really care about graphics (not a gamer) and dont care about touchscreen, would love an asus, in the 600-800 range... am i dreaming?
Hp currently have bundle deal u can search it here
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Hp currently have bundle deal u can search it here
The good models went out of stock for that deal real quick
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The good models went out of stock for that deal real quick
I manage to get 1st bundle just keep checking once in a while
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