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HP Envy x360 2-in1 Laptop: Intel Core i7-7500U, 13.3" 4K IPS Touchscreen, 16GB DDR3, 512GB SSD, Type-C, Backlit Keyboard, Win 10 (Refurbished) $699.99 + Free Shipping @ eBay

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HP Envy x360 2-in1 Laptop: Intel Core i7-7500U, 13.3" 4K IPS Touchscreen, 16GB DDR3, 512GB SSD, Type-C, Backlit Keyboard, Win 10 (Refurbished) $699.99 + Free Shipping
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Good price but 90 day warranty is not good enough for me
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16GB DDR3 1600MHz
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Your thoughts:

This laptop or XPS13 9360 i5-8250 with 1080 touch and 8gb ram, no nvme ssd?

I dont care if it is 8 or 12 hours battery life and I dont think I would require a nvme ssd.
I'm okay with standard laptop open/close

I'm undecided.. it's the same price for both units through dell outlet and this deal. this one has more future prrof ram and nicer screen, but worse cpu?
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How did we miss with 15% off?
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Good , pretty good
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Good price but 90 day warranty is not good enough for me
Square 1 year is $99
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Your thoughts:

This laptop or XPS13 9360 i5-8250 with 1080 touch and 8gb ram, no nvme ssd?

I dont care if it is 8 or 12 hours battery life and I dont think I would require a nvme ssd.
I'm okay with standard laptop open/close

I'm undecided.. it's the same price for both units through dell outlet and this deal. this one has more future prrof ram and nicer screen, but worse cpu?
Personally I'd choose the XPS Because I prefer the look and the power of 4 cores. If you plan to only do basic productivity stuff you should get the HP. The HP you'll probably never need to upgrade, you might wanna update the dells SSD though, and the ram eventually.
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Really good price, but it is quite risky buying a refurbed HP with only a 90 day warranty. I bought a different model Envy from the same seller and my laptop had hardware failures right from the start. Ended up returning it since I didn't want have issues again 90 days down the road.

Great price but buy at your own risk or buy a warranty
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Personally I'd choose the XPS Because I prefer the look and the power of 4 cores. If you plan to only do basic productivity stuff you should get the HP. The HP you'll probably never need to upgrade, you might wanna update the dells SSD though, and the ram eventually.
I think you summed up my dilemma.. I will go for looks! This version of the Envy doesnt look sleek Smilie
XPS ram is soldered in, if Im not wrong
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Can i upgrade RAM to 32 GB? Running multiple VMs.
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Can i upgrade RAM to 32 GB? Running multiple VMs.
not all processor support 32 GM ram I think only 8th gen does
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Can i upgrade RAM to 32 GB? Running multiple VMs.
Check the HP documentation but according to Intel it does. So it probably will.

https://ark.intel.com/products/95...-3_50-GHz-
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So I just bought a 13.3" laptop so ok I get it. But I have a 40" 4k TV, and it's the perfect definition. But 4k at 13" sounds dumb as heck. Not only will scaling be shot, your eyes wont even be able to tell the difference unless you sit within 1 foot of the screen...
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