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HP Black Friday: HP Envy 750-530qd Desktop: Intel i5 (7th Gen), 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Win 10 Home for $549.99

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HP [hp.com] has HP Envy 750-530qd Desktop: Intel i5 (7th Gen), 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Win 10 Home for $549.99

General BF ad starts on Thursday 11/23. Some deals may have different start/end dates or times, so please see ad for details for this specific item.

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Category: Desktop Computers
Brands: HP
Available: Online
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How does this HP compare to the Wal-mart $499.00 Pavilion version? They both have the same game card and processors. Which is a better deal?
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It seems to be essentially the same computer, just $50 more. Hard to tell what the exact specs like PSU etc. are.
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How does this HP compare to the Wal-mart $499.00 Pavilion version? They both have the same game card and processors. Which is a better deal?
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It seems to be essentially the same computer, just $50 more. Hard to tell what the exact specs like PSU etc. are.
Its also hard to tell because the ad says "step up" next to the gpu and "starting at" next to the price.


Following the link to their site it shows sale price of $579 instead, but the regular starting price of $749 includes integrated graphics, with the 1060 option adding $279 to the regular price.

It looks to me like the 1060 in the ad only represents options available, while quoting a base starting price.
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HP is so vague and their salespeople unknowledgeable on this setup.
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