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HP OMEN 17-AN012DX 17.3" Gaming Laptop (Factory Reconditioned) $869.99

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Key Features:
  • Get reliable performance from the Intel Core i7-7700HQ 2.8GHz Quad-Core processor
  • 17.3-inch Full-HD IPS anti-glare WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080)
  • 12GB DDR4 memory – For multitasking power, supports up to 16GB
  • 1TB SATA hard drive has plenty of space to store your digital albums, music library and rich media files
  • Enhanced viewing with the discrete AMD Radeon RX 580 graphics with 8GB GDDR5 memory
  • Multimedia card reader makes it easy to transfer photos, music, and other files to and from your digital camera and other peripheral devices
  • Easily link with other Bluetooth-enabled devices, such as a mobile phone or MP3s players
  • Connect to a broadband modem or router with wired Ethernet, or wirelessly connect to a
  • Wi-Fi signal or hotspot with the built-in 2x2 802.11ac WLAN wireless connection
  • Windows 10 is so familiar and easy to use, you'll feel like an expert. It starts up and resumes fast, has more built-in security to help keep you safe, and comes with great built-in apps like Maps, Photos, Mail & Calendar, Music, and Video
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"Factory Reconditioned" really needs to be in the title
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I have this laptop and I love it. I got about this price on bf including a vr headset. Refurb at this price without headset? Not so much a hot deal but Still a decent price for the first laptop to include the Radeon RX 580 gpu
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Great deal but 8.82lbs. Not for those needing portability.
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Great deal but 8.82lbs. Not for those needing portability.

Huh? The average woman's purse = 6.72 pounds. As this would mean a large number of woman have a purse as heavy or heavier, I would say 2 more pounds I say not a deal breaker in the least.


Now that graphics card is a bit laggy with some VR I have demoed on it. So that's a deal breaker but cmon Cool Do you lift bro?
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How's the GPU compare to Nvidia 1060?
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Huh? The average woman's purse = 6.72 pounds. As this would mean a large number of woman have a purse as heavy or heavier, I would say 2 more pounds I say not a deal breaker in the least.


Now that graphics card is a bit laggy with some VR I have demoed on it. So that's a deal breaker but cmon Cool Do you lift bro?
Huh? The average desktop weighs 20 lbs. Why not just carry that around with you instead?

Most new 17.3" laptops weigh ~6lbs and this is closer to 9lbs, so again not the best choice for those who value portability.

I would rather the 6lb laptop from Costco for $899. 1050ti but it's also new with a 4yr warranty.
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Huh? The average desktop weighs 20 lbs. Why not just carry that around with you instead?

Most new 17.3" laptops weigh ~6lbs and this is closer to 9lbs, so again not the best choice for those who value portability.

I would rather the 6lb laptop from Costco for $899. 1050ti but it's also new with a 4yr warranty.
Laptop 1050ti don't do VR
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"Factory Reconditioned" really needs to be in the title
Sorry, added.
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Huh? The average woman's purse = 6.72 pounds. As this would mean a large number of woman have a purse as heavy or heavier, I would say 2 more pounds I say not a deal breaker in the least.


Now that graphics card is a bit laggy with some VR I have demoed on it. So that's a deal breaker but cmon Cool Do you lift bro?
You must be talkin' about some women carrying some serious stuff. Women I know have tiny light purses. They pack a bunch in there, but it doesn't weigh anything near 6.72 lbs. My old laptop was a Lenovo Y550p with a 1GB GT240m, that I finally replaced with a Dell 7000 series. The Dell is 1/2 inch thinner, but still weighs about the same - a tad bit over 6 lbs. I can tell you from years of traveling that 6 lbs in my backpack, added on everything else in there, is as heavy as I'm willing to go.
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Laptop 1050ti don't do VR
1050ti lol, you mean the same one u could have got new from walmart for 499?
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How's the GPU compare to Nvidia 1060?
It should as good if not slightly better depending on application.

Aside from being refurb, thats a pretty good deal.
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Ebay 580s are going for $525 this is a pretty good deal for a mid tier gaming desktop.

ex. https://www.ebay.com/i/232648973083?chn=ps
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It should as good if not slightly better depending on application.

Aside from being refurb, thats a pretty good deal.
Excuse me?? Do you really know what you are talking about? You might be right if you compared 1050 vs. 1050ti. But hey 1060 is way faster. If you cannot believe, see the link.

https://www.laptopmag.com/article...50-vs-1060
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Excuse me?? Do you really know what you are talking about? You might be right if you compared 1050 vs. 1050ti. But hey 1060 is way faster. If you cannot believe, see the link.

https://www.laptopmag.com/article...50-vs-1060
Also ur link makes no mention of an rx580..

Unless the mobile spec has been hindered you are mistaken.

580 and 1060 6gb are pretty evenly matched.

this would absolutely destroy a 1050 or 1050ti.

http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...020-4.html
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