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HP Envy x360 2-in-1 Laptop: Ryzen 5 2500U, 15.6" 1080p IPS Touchscreen, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, Vega 8, Win 10 $509.99 + Free Shipping @ eBay

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HP Envy x360 2-in-1 Laptop: AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Quad-Core, 15.6" 1080p IPS Touchscreen, 8GB DDR4, 1TB HDD, AMD Radeon Vega, Backlit Keyboard, Win 10 $509.99 + Free Shipping
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Wish this had an SSD
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Wish this had an SSD
Same and an i7
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Wow, not bad. Some extra notes for those like me who like to buy aftermarket upgrades:
  • RAM is dual channel (which is better for Ryzen) and both slots are populated with 4GB sticks in this 8GB version.
  • There is M.2 NVMe slot (in addition to the 2.5" SATA drive bay where the 1TB Hard Drive is connected), which should be empty in this machine (typically means no screw, so keep that in mind when buying an M.2 SSD upgrade)
If I got this, I would (eventually) upgrade the RAM to 16GB and buy an M.2 SSD to install the OS in, keeping the 1TB for general storage. Or you could save NVMe-premium money and replace the 1TB drive with the Micron 2TB SSD that has been on sale so frequently.
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Wow, not bad. Some extra notes for those like me who like to buy aftermarket upgrades:
  • RAM is dual channel (which is better for Ryzen) and both slots are populated with 4GB sticks in this 8GB version.
  • There is M.2 NVMe slot (in addition to the 2.5" SATA drive bay where the 1TB Hard Drive is connected), which should be empty in this machine (typically means no screw, so keep that in mind when buying an M.2 SSD upgrade)
If I got this, I would (eventually) upgrade the RAM to 16GB and buy an M.2 SSD to install the OS in, keeping the 1TB for general storage. Or you could save NVMe-premium money and replace the 1TB drive with the Micron 2TB SSD that has been on sale so frequently.
Alot of upgrades that will costs you about $300 which defeats the purpose of the original price imo.
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Expired already? 😧
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Alot of upgrades that will costs you about $300 which defeats the purpose of the original price imo.
Not really, unless you are comparing this laptop with lower tier systems. This one is roughly on the upper mid-to-high end of the market and has the rare quality of being upgradeable. I bought a similarly spec'd XPS 15 9550 (i5-6300HQ, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 1080p) a year and a half ago and that was $850 after a plethora of discounts. Upgrading that to a 512GB M.2 SATA SSD and 16GB RAM was ~$350 with prices at the time... so totalling ~$1200.

Considering that, this has a touchscreen and a 2-in-1 form factor, while still being ~$800 after upgrades.
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Not really, unless you are comparing this laptop with lower tier systems. This one is roughly on the upper mid-to-high end of the market and has the rare quality of being upgradeable. I bought a similarly spec'd XPS 15 9550 (i5-6300HQ, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 1080p) a year and a half ago and that was $850 after a plethora of discounts. Upgrading that to a 512GB M.2 SATA SSD and 16GB RAM was ~$350 with prices at the time... so totalling ~$1200.

Considering that, this has a touchscreen and a 2-in-1 form factor, while still being ~$800 after upgrades.
I got the envy 13 non 2in1 with the i7-8550, 4k display, 16gb ram, 512gb ssd, mx150 card that was on sale on ebay for $700. I think that is a better value wise. Only thing this laptop has over it is the 2-1 capabilities. But for me I never use my laptops in tablet mode anyway so it doens't bother me.
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