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  • 15.6" 1920x1080 WLED-backlit Touchscreen IPS Display
  • Intel Core i7-10510U Quad-Core Processor
  • Intel Iris Plus Graphics
  • 12GB 2666MHz DDR4 SDRAM Memory
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive + 32GB Intel Optane H10
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 (2x2) and Bluetooth 5 Combo
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 3.1
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x Multi-format SD Media Card Reader
  • 4-cell Lithium-ion Battery
  • RGB Backlit Keyboard
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 4.52 lbs
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HP Envy x360 2-in-1 Laptop: 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10510U Quad-Core, 15.6" 1080p IPS Touchscreen, 12GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, Type-C, Backlit Keyboard, 4-cell, Win 10 $749.99
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Or it could potentially be a single channel of RAM soldered which is even worse since it negates dual channel memory.


It also looks like there is USB-C charging so that's a large bonus that some 2-in-1's still aren't including these days.

ETA: Crucial seems to think that this model as dual channels and can be upgraded to 32GB of RAM so not soldered and not single-channel. Again, this is Crucial and I don't have one of these machines in front of me to confirm this so YMMV but this feels like a pretty good deal based on the specs. This may be exactly what I was looking for for months now. Top end 2-in-1 with no gaming GPU and no 4k but top level specs otherwise plus the ability to upgrade down the road.
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I just picked this up. If anyone wants me to run any benchmarks let me know.

This thing is solid... my old laptop is an XPS and the build quality seems just as nice. It is heavier though.

Not a ton of junk software pre installed. I only had to uninstall McAfee and "HP Jumpstart".
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The specs on this look pretty good for the price. Any reason that I shouldn't pull the trigger on this. Most comprehensive thing I might try is to play Civ 6 on it. Other than that, I just want something that boots fast and opens MS office apps swiftly.
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The specs on this look pretty good for the price. Any reason that I shouldn't pull the trigger on this. Most comprehensive thing I might try is to play Civ 6 on it. Other than that, I just want something that boots fast and opens MS office apps swiftly.
For Civ6 this is plenty.

It has Integrated CPU graphics so it's not designed to be a gaming machine. Also, the 12GB RAM suggests that 4GB is probably soldered to the motherboard and there's therefore probably only 1 RAM slot, so you're not going to make this a 32GB monster.
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For Civ6 this is plenty.

It has Integrated CPU graphics so it's not designed to be a gaming machine. Also, the 12GB RAM suggests that 4GB is probably soldered to the motherboard and there's therefore probably only 1 RAM slot, so you're not going to make this a 32GB monster.

Or it could potentially be a single channel of RAM soldered which is even worse since it negates dual channel memory.


It also looks like there is USB-C charging so that's a large bonus that some 2-in-1's still aren't including these days.

ETA: Crucial seems to think that this model as dual channels and can be upgraded to 32GB of RAM so not soldered and not single-channel. Again, this is Crucial and I don't have one of these machines in front of me to confirm this so YMMV but this feels like a pretty good deal based on the specs. This may be exactly what I was looking for for months now. Top end 2-in-1 with no gaming GPU and no 4k but top level specs otherwise plus the ability to upgrade down the road.
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This doc says the ram is 1x4GB + 1x8GB. Looks good overall: https://cdn.cnetcontent.com/syndi...iginal.pdf
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This doc says the ram is 1x4GB + 1x8GB. Looks good overall: https://cdn.cnetcontent.com/syndi...iginal.pdf
No real surprise given that's the common combo that would make up 12GB total. What it doesn't say is if the 4GB is soldered or not. I assume not but I've seen crazier stuff.
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BB description about weight- Weighs 4.52 lbs. and measures 0.7" thin
Thin and light design with DVD/CD drive omitted for improved portability. 4-cell lithium-ion battery.

Not sure when 4.5lb for a laptop is thin and light.
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Wish it had the new G7 integrated graphics. This 10th gen i7 still uses last gen's that's why the last letter is U and not G1/4/7.
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Cpu is comparable with the 8750h in single core to quad core. But the 8750h is a 45w.

https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-8750H-vs-Intel-Core-i7-10510U/m470418vsm891469

Battery looks solid 56wh. The optane nobody knows if its really useful, so I assume your second m2 port is occupied by it. If you want to upgrade you will probably have to remove the optane.

Looks solid, I want to buy it with the pen for note taking. Any reason no to do so?

I won't play or draw in photoshop. Only onenote for pen support and plenty of word and chrome tabs
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Don't forget the amex 30 off if you have it
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Nice; why get this when you could downgrade to the i5, 8GB ram, and 256GB SSD for $80 more?!?
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