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BestBuy $1099.99 HP - Spectre x360 2-in-1 15.6" 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - GeForce MX330 - 512GB SSD - Nightfall Black

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Wow. Killer deal on a spectrex360
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Haven't kept up much lately, is there much difference gpu performance wise if the wife wants to use this to play games like XCom 2, Age of Wonders, etc? Also, could she play a bit of Satisfactory with this GPU?

{EDIT: Versus the ones with Intel Iris Xe? Sorry.}
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I bought this laptop this year and love it. I only wish it was slightly more durable. I kind of sat down really quickly on my couch with it landing on my lap, and the little plastic cover on the bottom had one of the clamps buckle. I looked for a replacement cover but I recall it just not being worth the cost. I'm personally a fan of this series
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How is it compared to dell xps 15?
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Would rather get the msi from
Costco on thursday
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is the costco a flip laptop?
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How about Lenovo ?

Lenovo Yoga C940 2-in-1 14" 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop Intel Core i7 16GB Memory 512GB SSD + 32GB Optane Mica 81Q90041US - Best Buy
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Haven't kept up much lately, is there much difference gpu performance wise if the wife wants to use this to play games like XCom 2, Age of Wonders, etc? Also, could she play a bit of Satisfactory with this GPU?

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Bit of a tough sell for gaming. the MX330 won't get you very good performance, even on relatively low-intensity games like XCOM. Though the laptop's beautiful, and that screen is a treat to use, I'd aim for something with a 1650 GPU at least. Shouldn't be hard to find on sale in that price range still.
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How about Lenovo ?

Lenovo Yoga C940 2-in-1 14" 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop Intel Core i7 16GB Memory 512GB SSD + 32GB Optane Mica 81Q90041US - Best Buy
I believe HP spectre is a premium series and any time better than Lenovo
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Bit of a tough sell for gaming. the MX330 won't get you very good performance, even on relatively low-intensity games like XCOM. Though the laptop's beautiful, and that screen is a treat to use, I'd aim for something with a 1650 GPU at least. Shouldn't be hard to find on sale in that price range still.
Okay, I figured as much but she needs a 2-in-1 for portability purposes, Seems like the 1650's start at $2k and above, will take a look around some more though, thanks!
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I believe HP spectre is a premium series and any time better than Lenovo
This LMAO
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How about Lenovo ?

Lenovo Yoga C940 2-in-1 14" 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop Intel Core i7 16GB Memory 512GB SSD + 32GB Optane Mica 81Q90041US - Best Buy

I did spent some time to compare those two:
1. GPU wise, mx330 is slightly faster than Iris plus, but not much
2. Build quality: not much difference between those two lines, they both are good quality
3. 4k screen probably will be better on 15 inch screen, but Yoga is lighter
4. Yoga has a place to put pen in, HP does not

Since I already have Yoga, I was debating if I should get this, but in the end not worth the trouble.

I think the other HP Envy 360 13 inch deal is worth considering if one want to save some money.
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Okay, I figured as much but she needs a 2-in-1 for portability purposes, Seems like the 1650's start at $2k and above, will take a look around some more though, thanks!
Laptop with 1650 will be more expensive, heavier and runs hotter.
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I did spent some time to compare those two:
1. GPU wise, mx330 is slightly faster than Iris plus, but not much
2. Build quality: not much difference between those two lines, they both are good quality
3. 4k screen probably will be better on 15 inch screen, but Yoga is lighter
4. Yoga has a place to put pen in, HP does not

Since I already have Yoga, I was debating if I should get this, but in the end not worth the trouble.

I think the other HP Envy 360 13 inch deal is worth considering if one want to save some money.
Thank you for detailed information, I am waiting for yoga to come down a little to bite it
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