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HP ENVY 13.3" Touchscreen Intel Evo Platform Laptop - 11th Gen Intel Core i7-1165G7 - 1080p - $899

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Processor & Memory:
Intel Evo Platform Powered by 11th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-1165G7 Processor
16GB DDR4 3200MHz SDRAM

Drives:
1TB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 Solid State Drive
No Optical Drive

Operating System:
Microsoft® Windows 10 Home (64 bit)
Free Upgrade to Windows 11 When Available1

Communications:
Intel® Wi-Fi 6 (2x2/160) Gig+ and Bluetooth® 5.0
Wide Vision 720p HD Camera with Shutter and Integrated Dual Array Digital Microphones

Graphics & Video:
13.3" Touchscreen IPS BrightView Micro-edge FHD (1920 x 1080) 400-Nits Display
Integrated Intel® Iris® Xᵉ Graphics

Audio:
Audio by Bang & Olufsen with Dual Speakers

Keyboard:
Full-Size Backlit Keyboard
Imagepad with Multi-Touch Gesture Support
Fingerprint Reader

Ports & Slots:
1x Thunderbolt™ 3 with SuperSpeed USB Type-C (HP Sleep & Charge)
1x SuperSpeed USB Type-A (HP Sleep and Charge)
1x SuperSpeed USB Type-A
1x Micro SD Media Card Reader
1x Headphone/Microphone Combination Jack

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

Additional Information:
Dimensions: 12.05" W x 8.35" L x 0.58" H
Approximate Weight: 2.88lbs


https://www.costco.com/hp-envy-13...vluA%3D%3D
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Is this a good deal
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Is this a good deal
I don't think so. Intel is not very efficient which hurts battery and power consumption.
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I don't think so. Intel is not very efficient which hurts battery and power consumption.
Intel mobile 11th gen CPU's have good performance and reliability. They lack behind the Ryzen Zen 3 for efficiency but they can no way be called as "not very efficient". The 11th gen Intel's are good improvements over the 10th gen. So if someone is getting a discount on this, it's worth considering.
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I don't think so. Intel is not very efficient which hurts battery and power consumption.
This is only true in very intensive tasks, in gaming Intel meets AMD's efficiency [youtube.com],or even beats it [capframex.com] andAMD are currently cheating laptop tests by throttling beyond windows power plans when on battery, t... [windowscentral.com]

So the situation is far more complicated than the common notion AMD is more efficient.
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My use case is intense excel usage and other office products and web based application for work and occasional YT videos. Is this good enough? The reason I'm leaning towards intel is be I like the ease of portability with thunderbolt. I like touch screen when I'm casually browsing.
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My use case is intense excel usage and other office products and web based application for work and occasional YT videos. Is this good enough? The reason I'm leaning towards intel is be I like the ease of portability with thunderbolt. I like touch screen when I'm casually browsing.
This would be more than perfect for your use case
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I like this too. After looking at it closely, I realized it was not a 360 so it's not going to flip to a tablet. It's just a touch screen.
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I like this too. After looking at it closely, I realized it was not a 360 so it's not going to flip to a tablet. It's just a touch screen.
Plus it's 16:9 1080P which I personally hate. Like the Samsung Galaxy Books, this laptop's lid could house a 16:10 screen but they cheaped out. I really hope manufacturers all follow the Dell XPS example and go 16:10.

Goodbye and good riddance to the 16:9 aspect ratio [theverge.com]

Screen aside, this is a good deal, especially if you can find a coupon to reduce the price a little more. I'm not sure if the $50/$100 off $500 coupons are still being issued.
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My use case is intense excel usage and other office products and web based application for work and occasional YT videos. Is this good enough? The reason I'm leaning towards intel is be I like the ease of portability with thunderbolt. I like touch screen when I'm casually browsing.
I see so much discussion of thunderbolt. I've seen it referenced in what seems to be different contexts. Does it come with the machine or is it something to purchase elsewhere? What is it exactly?

I appreciate the guidance.
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I see so much discussion of thunderbolt. I've seen it referenced in what seems to be different contexts. Does it come with the machine or is it something to purchase elsewhere? What is it exactly?

I appreciate the guidance.
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Before you buy, compare the bezel size to the 13.4 inch Dell XPS 13.
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I see so much discussion of thunderbolt. I've seen it referenced in what seems to be different contexts. Does it come with the machine or is it something to purchase elsewhere? What is it exactly?

I appreciate the guidance.
I have a docking unit that is thunderbolt enabled so I connect dual monitors, network cable from the wifi router satellite unit, bunch of USB type A devices like conference speakerphone, headset, hard drives etc. The only thing that goes into my laptop is the thunderbolt enabled USB C cable which allows the laptop to charge and connect all of these devices with a single cable.
So if I want detach from my office setup and use it on my couch thenb I just need to unplug that single cable. It may not be a big deal for some depending on their use case
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Here's my typical warning on Silvery keys and legibility which might ruin a very good machine.

https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews...vy-13-2021
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Bought this laptop with the $50 off $500 coupon. This weekend is a tax holiday in FL so submitted an email request. Once processed I would have this laptop delivered for $859.98 with Costco extended warranty. Not bad at all!
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