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HP Envy x360 15.6-in Full HD Touchscreen AMD Ryzen 5 8GB 256GB SSD 2-in 1 Convertible Laptop [certified refurbished] $449.99 + FS

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HPEnvy x360 15.6-in Full HD Touchscreen AMD Ryzen 5 8GB 256GB SSD 2-in 1Convertible Laptop [focuscamera.com]- $449.99
  • AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Quad-Core Processor 2Ghz
  • 8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM
  • 256 GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • 15.6-inch FHD IPS Micro-edge WLED-backlit Multitouch
  • AMD Radeon Vega 8 Graphics
  • Bang & Olufsen Audio with Dual Speakers
  • 802.11ac Wireless(2x2) and Bluetooth 4.2
  • 1 USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 1, 2 USB 3.1 Gen 1, 1 HDMI
  • Windows 10 Home 64
    • HP factory Renewed Grade "A" with a 90-day HP factory warranty
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Thought i had it in the title, fixed! Big Grin
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How does this cpu compare to the 8th gen i7?
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Hp is confident that this laptop will last at least 90 days.
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The Microsoft deal back in November was better
You see any deals for a time machine? I'll go get it if so
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It's $300 at certain local microcenter. Check before buying this
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It's $300 at certain local microcenter. Check before buying this
I picked up a couple of these just a couple days before Christmas for $299 each at Microcenter, but looks like it's back up to $429 now [microcenter.com].
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Just as an FYI: I got the i7 Gen10 version of this 2-in-1 and the USB Type-C on this machine will NOT charge via standard USB-C cables. This one may be different but if this is an important feature to you make sure you understand fully before buying.

From what I've read you have to use HP's proprietary USB Type-C charge cable to charge via USB-C. In other words they advertise it as capable of charging via USB-C which isn't wrong but the fact that it's not a UNIVERSAL (the most important part of Universal Serial Bus in USB) USB-C charge port means it might as well not be capable since you'll have to take a 2nd charge option no matter what. This effectively completely negates the pros of a USB-C port that's capable of charging the laptop as you need their cable so you basically have two proprietary charge ports with different connections. Pointless.

I discovered this on a recent trip where I took only my high-speed USB-C charger that should have covered ALL of my devices. Instead I ended up discovering that it wasn't charging and a quick Google search revealed why.

Fortunately it was a quick trip and didn't need to use my laptop much plus the battery life is decent. Due to all of this, I was able to get the bulk of my communication done via my smartphone (slower of course) with only the little bit of heavy lifting I needed to get done being done on battery power. This could have been a REAL bad trip though had it been longer and/or I needed to use my laptop more as my only charger was sitting back at home.

Buyer beware as this was an important feature of this laptop for me and only needing one charge source when I'm traveling so if it's as important to you basically treat this as if it can't charge via USB Type-C.
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Hp is confident that this laptop will last at least 90 days.
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If you get this, be sure to test the WiFi card using speedtest.net or something similar, especially if it has a Realtek WiFi card. I bought an HP Envy x360 very similar to this one a couple months ago, and it would intermittently drop the network connection. HP support was no help, so I ended up returning it. I bought a similar x360 model with an Intel WiFi card in it and have had no WiFi problems yet.
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Bought this for my kid when it was $299. The amd variant of this laptop gets very hot. Can't keep it on your lap hot. Great for surfing the web or giving presentations in tablet mode but once you get the graphics going, here comes the heat.

Even in tablet mode, trying to stream hd movies gets the fans going louder than the speakers can put out sound so we have to pause and let it cool off. It's gotten to the point where I use my i7 and leave the amd behind now.

Also, buyer beware... the design to the heat sink and fans makes laptop cooling pads ineffective.
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Just as an FYI: I got the i7 Gen10 version of this 2-in-1 and the USB Type-C on this machine will NOT charge via standard USB-C cables. This one may be different but if this is an important feature to you make sure you understand fully before buying.

From what I've read you have to use HP's proprietary USB Type-C charge cable to charge via USB-C. In other words they advertise it as capable of charging via USB-C which isn't wrong but the fact that it's not a UNIVERSAL (the most important part of Universal Serial Bus in USB) USB-C charge port means it might as well not be capable since you'll have to take a 2nd charge option no matter what. This effectively completely negates the pros of a USB-C port that's capable of charging the laptop as you need their cable so you basically have two proprietary charge ports with different connections. Pointless.

I discovered this on a recent trip where I took only my high-speed USB-C charger that should have covered ALL of my devices. Instead I ended up discovering that it wasn't charging and a quick Google search revealed why.

Fortunately it was a quick trip and didn't need to use my laptop much plus the battery life is decent. Due to all of this, I was able to get the bulk of my communication done via my smartphone (slower of course) with only the little bit of heavy lifting I needed to get done being done on battery power. This could have been a REAL bad trip though had it been longer and/or I needed to use my laptop more as my only charger was sitting back at home.

Buyer beware as this was an important feature of this laptop for me and only needing one charge source when I'm traveling so if it's as important to you basically treat this as if it can't charge via USB Type-C.
Were you using a PD charger? My 2019 13" version charges just fine via PD.
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Might be an ok price if it was new.... for refurbished, definitely NOT a deal.
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