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HP 13” ENVY x360 Touchscreen 2-in-1 AMD Ryzen 7 4700u $750 +shipping and taxes

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HP Envy 13.3" x360 2-1 $750 plus shipping and taxes

Processor & Memory:
AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700U at 2.0GHz
8GB DDR4 3200 MHz SDRAM

Drives:
512GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 Solid State Drive
No Optical Drive

Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Home (64 bit)

Communications:
Realtek Wi-Fi 5 (2x2) + Bluetooth® 5.0
HP Wide Vision HD webcam with camera shutter + integrated dual array digital microphone

Graphics & Video:
13.3" Touchscreen IPS Micro-edge WLED-backlit FHD (1920 x 1080) Display
Integrated AMD Radeon™ Graphics

Audio:
Bang & Olufsen with Dual Speakers

Keyboard:
Full-size island-style Backlit Nightfall Black Keyboard
HP Imagepad with Multi-touch gesture support
Fingerprint Reader

Ports:
1x SuperSpeed USB Type-C (HP Sleep and Charge)
1x SuperSpeed USB Type-A (HP Sleep and Charge)
1x SuperSpeed USB Type-A
1x AC Smart Pin
1x Micro SD Media Card Reader
1x Headphone/Microphone Combination


Power Supply:
3-Cell 51 Wh Li-Ion Battery

Additional Information:
Dimensions: 12.07"W x 7.66"D x 0.65"H
Approximate Weight: 2.92 lbs

https://www.costco.com/hp-envy-x3...79295.html

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Memory is listed as "onboard" which I assume means soldered?
https://www8.hp.com/us/en/laptops...s/34370426
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Memory is listed as "onboard" which I assume means soldered?
https://www8.hp.com/us/en/laptops...s/34370426
Yep. From what I can tell all current 13" x360 feature soldered memory. Oh well.
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What about ssd? Can we add ANOTHER ssd? Or limited to a single slot?
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So many Ryzen 4000 series laptop with just 8gb soldered memory with no way to upgrade. This is getting annoying!

My Samsung Note 10+ has 12GB RAM. I know it may be enough for some people, but c'mon guys, at least let us install another stick of RAM if you decide to sell a laptop with just 8GB, Also, since this laptop doesn't have discrete graphics, a big chunk of that 8GB will be eaten up by graphics.

I can understand 8GB soldered on the lowest end machines (4300U), but the 4700U/4800U models should come with at least 16GB.
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So many Ryzen 4000 series laptop with just 8gb soldered memory with no way to upgrade. This is getting annoying!

My Samsung Note 10+ has 12GB RAM. I know it may be enough for some people, but c'mon guys, at least let us install another stick of RAM if you decide to sell a laptop with just 8GB, Also, since this laptop doesn't have discrete graphics, a big chunk of that 8GB will be eaten up by graphics.

I can understand 8GB soldered on the lowest end machines (4300U), but the 4700U/4800U models should come with at least 16GB.
Exactly... It doesn't even cost them $50 to up to 16GB and I'd happily pay but they'd rather create more landfill...
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Is it a misprint on the WIFI 5? Why would this not have WIFI 6?
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So I return the 15.6 and got this, man this thing is nice but runs crazy hot. Every time it boost it blast through 90C. Only way I can keep it under control is disabling boost which keeps it steady at 63C during Dota 2, surprisingly got 60-70 fps on 1080 100% render but disabling everything. Vulkan runs better on Linux than OpenGL for this machine.

Guess I'll need a 14" with better cooling cause this temperature is kind of nuts. I mean sitting here doing nothing but typing this reply and it's 45C in Linux which has already been tuned.
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