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HP Pavilion 15-cc195cl Touchscreen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 4GB NVIDIA Graphics - 1080p - $799.99

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Processor & Memory:
Intel Core i7-8550U Processor at 1.8GHz
16GB DDR4 (2 DIMM) RAM

Drives:
1TB 5400RPM SATA Hard Drive
DVD Writer (Writes to DVD/CD)

Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Professional (64 bit)

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

Graphics & Video:
15.6" Touchscreen WLED-backlit FHD IPS (1920 x 1080)
4GB 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 0.89"H
Weight (approximately): 4.67lbs
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940mx. Lol
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940mx. Lol
I am not very computer literate, can you explain why this is laughable? Isn't this better than intel integrated graphics?
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can i add extra ssd in this product.
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can i add extra ssd in this product.
Yes, you can add an extra ssd in the form of an M.2 drive.

On page 43 of the manual it shows which types are compatible (2280 M.2) as well as the steps you'd need to take to install one.

http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c05493762
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I am not very computer literate, can you explain why this is laughable? Isn't this better than intel integrated graphics?
The 940mx is from Q1 of 2016, so it's a fairly old graphics chip and kinda odd that they put it in this laptop considering there is a newer one available from Nvidia (mx150). As far as gaming goes it's certainly better than an integrated chip, but it's not that great compared to other discrete graphics chips available now. Still, a discrete graphics option with the 8th gen i7 and 16 GB of RAM is a good deal at this price point, in my opinion.
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Looking at picking this up as it seems like pretty good bang for the buck. I have a spare SSD that I think I could just swap in for the HDD (or move the HDD to the secondary location) but I think the secondary location requires an M.2
Anybody else think there is something maybe better out there?
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Looking at picking this up as it seems like pretty good bang for the buck. I have a spare SSD that I think I could just swap in for the HDD (or move the HDD to the secondary location) but I think the secondary location requires an M.2
Anybody else think there is something maybe better out there?
It all depends on your budget and what you need it for, but I believe this is one of the best, if not the best, deal on an upper-midrange laptop right now. If you specifically want it for gaming there are other options that are better, but for general/office use and light gaming this thing looks like it will be rock solid.
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I agree that it seems to be a great deal for a general purpose office use laptop and not the best gamer. Plus it's a hard to find combo of 15" screen with 16 GB memory and faster processor since normally this config comes in 17" screen (too big for me to lug around). Plus we've had a good track record with HP laptops in the past. My concern is all the negative reviews on screen issues. Is there an underlying common issue here with this screen and/or graphics interface? Anyone know? Thanks
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