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HP Spectre x360 2-in-1 Touch Laptop: i7-1065G7, 13.3" 1080p, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD EXPIRED

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HP.com has HP Spectre x360 13.3" 2-in-1 Touchscreen Laptop (Natural Silver, 8NS97AV_1) in configurations listed below when you apply coupon code 5PDS2020 in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

Available configurations (prices after code 5PDS2020):
  • 8GB RAM $854.99
    1. click "Customize & buy", then "Add to cart"
  • 16GB RAM $930.99
    1. click "Customize & buy"
    2. select "Intel Core i7-1065G7 (1.3 GHz, up to 3.9 GHz, 8 MB cache, 4 cores) + Intel Iris Plus Graphics + 16 GB Memory (onboard)"
    3. click "Add to cart"
Specs
  • Intel Core i7-1065G7 1.3GHz 10th Generation Quad-Core Processor
  • 13.3" 1920x1080 IPS Touchscreen Display
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • Intel Iris Plus Graphics
  • HP Pen
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 (2x2) and Bluetooth 5 Combo
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Ports
    • 2x USB 3.1 Type-C w/ Thunderbolt 3 (40 Gb/s signaling rate, Power Delivery 3.0, DisplayPort 1.4, HP Sleep and Charge)
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-A
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • Weight: 2.88 lbs
  • 4-Cell, 60Wh Li-ion Polymer Battery
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LINK: https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/hp...-8ns97av-1

COUPON: 5PDS2020

For selecting 16GB Ram, Click on Customize & Buy and select Intel® Core™ i7-1065G7 (1.3 GHz, up to 3.9 GHz, 8 MB cache, 4 cores) Intel® Iris® Plus Graphics 16 GB Memory (onboard) [+80]

This is $45 cheaper than the current Popular Deal:

Spec:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 13.3" 1080P IPS Touchscreen Display
  • i7-1065G7 1.3 GHz (3.9 GHz Turbo, 8MB Cache)
  • Intel Iris Plus G7 Graphics
  • 8GB/16GB LPDDR4 Onboard memory
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 720P HD IR Camera /w Windows Hello, WebCam Kill Switch
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Intel WiFi 6 AX 201 (2x2) + Bluetooth 5.0
  • PORTS:
    • 1x USB 3.0 (HP Sleep & Charge)
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C /w Thunderbolt 3
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
    • 1x Micro SD Card Reader
  • 4 Cell 60 WHr Li-Polymer Battery
  • 65W Type-C Charger
  • 2.88 lbs
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Benchmark transfer. It looked like the 256 was the one that was about a 1/3rd of the transfer speed of the Lenovo C940. But I wasn't sure if the non-optane drive was the bottleneck, or if it was a motherboard or some other limitation that caused the speeds to be so much slower. I'm trying to decide if I want to go with this or the lenovo.

If you're doing large transfers regularly, or don't load the same files all the time, skip Optane. It does nothing but degrade performance (or maybe the underlying SSD on Intel just sucks compared to Samsung). Optane works well when you're loading the same few files day after day and it can cache that data, and when you are reading data. Write speeds are medeocre at best, and both read and write take a serious hit when you have a cache miss (too big to write/cache full/data not in cache). IOW, is having Excel load in 5 seconds instead of 10 a good trade off for a 70GB file taking 7 minutes to transfer vs 2.5 minutes? Only your use can tell you that.

I swear I read somewhere the newer controllers on large/empty-ish drives will write to the TLC/QLC chips as if they are SLC as a cache and then move data later in the background. I think that's why the faster NVMes compete with or beat Optane in many benchmarks, depite not having a multi GB dedicated cache. I can't find the article now, though. It's another reason not to fill your SSD/NVMe drives to the last byte (the first being retirement of bad cells as the write limits are reached or parity errors occur).
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Is this deal still active? I cannot replicate it anymore.
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If you're doing large transfers regularly, or don't load the same files all the time, skip Optane. It does nothing but degrade performance (or maybe the underlying SSD on Intel just sucks compared to Samsung). Optane works well when you're loading the same few files day after day and it can cache that data, and when you are reading data. Write speeds are medeocre at best, and both read and write take a serious hit when you have a cache miss (too big to write/cache full/data not in cache). IOW, is having Excel load in 5 seconds instead of 10 a good trade off for a 70GB file taking 7 minutes to transfer vs 2.5 minutes? Only your use can tell you that.

I swear I read somewhere the newer controllers on large/empty-ish drives will write to the TLC/QLC chips as if they are SLC as a cache and then move data later in the background. I think that's why the faster NVMes compete with or beat Optane in many benchmarks, depite not having a multi GB dedicated cache. I can't find the article now, though. It's another reason not to fill your SSD/NVMe drives to the last byte (the first being retirement of bad cells as the write limits are reached or parity errors occur).
Thanks. I guess it mostly boils down to law of diminishing returns. I am probably being overly picky.
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Is this deal still active? I cannot replicate it anymore.
Also can't replicate the deal. The coupon code cannot be applied to items in the cart.
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Deal is dead. The new discount is significantly reduced.
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Deal is dead. The new discount is significantly reduced.
You mean new discount is better than the deal? Time for those who pulled the trigger to claim back the price difference from hp.com!
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You mean new discount is better than the deal? Time for those who pulled the trigger to claim back the price difference from hp.com!
He said that the discount amount has been reduced which means now the price is higher; exactly opposite of what you thought.
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He said that the discount amount has been reduced which means now the price is higher; exactly opposite of what you thought.
Got it... I'm not sure if it's greatly reduced. After clicking reorder on my previous build on this deal it says 'The price of this product has changed from $1,319.99 to $1,369.99 since you added it to cart.' So $50 bucks more but in fact I paid $1349.99 so in fact only $20 bucks more. Hp's displayed pricing / price increase display is all pretty messed up as the order page says I paid $1719.99 despite showing card was charged $1349.99.
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The COUPON: 5PDS2020 is still working, placed an order with it.
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The COUPON: 5PDS2020 is still working, placed an order with it.
What was your total before tax?
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So I messed around for a bit. The codes do not work if you are part of some employee or corporate pricing. For example: Perks at Work. I had to log off to use the coupon codes. Also, the 5% off code worked in a standard 8gb and even the 16gb config. The 10% coupon will not work on the 13t sku regardless of price. (Stated in terms and conditions)

The 8 GB config comes to $902.49 plus taxes while the 16gb config is $978.49 plus tax when "5PDS2020" is applied.

If using Perks at work without the coupon, the same configs cost as follows:

8gb = $884.99 plus tax
16gb = $964.99 plus tax

Overall, those with Perks or corporate discount would be a tad cheaper than using the 5% off code.
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