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HP Chromebook x2: Snapdragon 7c, 11" 2K Touchscreen, 8GB RAM, 64GB eMMC EXPIRED

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Best Buy has HP x2 11 Touchscreen Chromebook for $349. Shipping is free or choose free curbside pickup where stock permits.

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  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c, 2.4GHz Octa-Core Processor
  • 11" 2160x1440, IPS, 400 nits, 100% sRGB (Full HD+)
  • 8GB LPDDR4 Memory
  • 64GB eMMC Storage
  • Qualcomm Adreno 618 GPU
  • Qualcomm Atheros 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2x2) Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5 combo
  • Chrome OS
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 2.0 Type-C (Power Delivery + DisplayPort 1.1)
  • Battery: 2-Cell. 32 Wh Lithiun-ion
  • Weight: 2.57 lbs

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Perhaps the lowest this model (specific to Best Buy) has been. Comes with the USI stylus (unlike the HP.com models).

Open box-excellent from $289.99.

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webjock asked this question on 12-02-2021 at 02:38 PM
12-02-2021 at 02:38 PM
I guess you first need to decide whether you want a detachable or a 2-in-1 like the Acer. But the Acer I'm sure has generally better performance. And the screen is much larger so you'd have to decide what you're looking for.
12-02-2021 at 02:38 PM
Got this last year, screen is a little dim, probably unuseable in direct sunlight, speakers are loud, it's pretty fast even with the eMMC no problem with the keyboard and magnets to open are fine (people need to hit the gym if they have problem opening it :lol: ). I had the Acer spin & screen is nice & super bright, Acer it a better machine.
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This or the lenovo duet 5? mmmm that OLED....

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This or the lenovo duet 5? mmmm that OLED....
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Very nice, well-built device. Trackpad clicks from the bottom or even torqued a bit, but seems a bit common for this type of keyboard.

Not the fastest speed but I overall liked it a lot! Compact, metal, fp reader, great screen with 3:2 ratio (though not OLED). I did return mine since I thought the speakers were too weak, even though forward facing.
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This or the lenovo duet 5? mmmm that OLED....
Yeah that OLED is amazing... for me 16:9 or 16:10 ratio isn't an option for any device that will primarily be used as a tablet (for my use case), which is why I'm willing to overpay for this HP that has 3:2 screen ratio and so-so performance =/
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Very nice, well-built device. Trackpad clicks from the bottom or even torqued a bit, but seems a bit common for this type of keyboard.

Not the fastest speed but I overall liked it a lot! Compact, metal, fp reader, great screen with 3:2 ratio (though not OLED). I did return mine since I thought the speakers were too weak, even though forward facing.
I have one right now, got at Best Buy when it was $379 a few days ago, but I'm also planning to return it and wait for the 128 GB eMMC / 8 GB RAM LTE model at HP.com to drop in price a little. (That model was down to $459 just the other day, but is back up to $479 now. Either is too much IMO.)

The speakers seem fine to me, I guess it depends on how you're using it. I also saw that reviewers were pretty sharply divided on how they rated the speakers. Odd...
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I have one right now, got at Best Buy when it was $379 a few days ago, but I'm also planning to return it and wait for the 128 GB eMMC / 8 GB RAM LTE model at HP.com to drop in price a little. (That model was down to $459 just the other day, but is back up to $479 now. Either is too much IMO.)

The speakers seem fine to me, I guess it depends on how you're using it. I also saw that reviewers were pretty sharply divided on how they rated the speakers. Odd...
Why not just add SD card to yours for the other 64gb of storage
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Oh man this is decent specs as I find it hard to find Chromebooks in $300 range. They are either the junk around $100 or really nice around $600. I just want to play with ChromeOS as an IT person as well as a gadget fan.

THAT said, I finally ordered the Lenovo 10e w/ the dock keyboard the other day. I wish it had 8gb of ram. Will see how bad it is. I also have been eyeing the Galaxy Chromebook with 4K OLED that's been as low as $380 with EPP.

Of course I don't need it at all. I already have an ultra portable Win 2-in-1 as well as various tablets and primary PC, but just want to play with ChromeOS, maybe primarily as a streaming and real Chrome browser device (this Chrome browser supports extensions right?).
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This or the lenovo duet 5? mmmm that OLED....
No question that Lenovo is gunning for HP. When the X2 launched this price was competitive. Considering the Lenovo is selling for less, perhaps the only reason to even consider the HP at this price point is if you have a personal blood feud with Lenovo?

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Oh man this is decent specs as I find it hard to find Chromebooks in $300 range. They are either the junk around $100 or really nice around $600. I just want to play with ChromeOS as an IT person as well as a gadget fan.

THAT said, I finally ordered the Lenovo 10e w/ the dock keyboard the other day. I wish it had 8gb of ram. Will see how bad it is. I also have been eyeing the Galaxy Chromebook with 4K OLED that's been as low as $380 with EPP.

Of course I don't need it at all. I already have an ultra portable Win 2-in-1 as well as various tablets and primary PC, but just want to play with ChromeOS, maybe primarily as a streaming and real Chrome browser device (this Chrome browser supports extensions right?).
As an owner, the Galaxy Chromebook (first generation... though I also own a second generation model!) is a real joy to use overall, and the specs make running Android apps or Linux dead-simple (with the rare exception of ARM-specific Android apps; thanks Samsung Internet!). You will, however, have to fight with some settings/flags to keep screen brightness management at bay. (Assuming that ever bothers you enough)

I keep my HP Spectre and Samsung Galaxy Chromebook right next to each other, but call upon the Chromebook for fast browsing and YouTube (via browser) and the experience is top notch. The Windows laptop gets called up whenever I need to work in the Microsoft ecosystem. Although I don't use Netflix on either laptop, I'd note that technically the Windows laptop would be my choice since 4k would be an option.

Good luck!
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Why not just add SD card to yours for the other 64gb of storage
Yeah, you're right, the main reason I want that model is for the LTE. HP.com has only a 4 / 64 and 8 / 128 with or without LTE. The 8 / 64 combo (which is Wifi only) seems to be a Best Buy exclusive.
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Thanks, yeah battery life isn't too much a concern these days but my still-going Dell Venue 11 Pro (very old) w/ 10.8in 1080p screen, 8gb ram, older i5 w/ 256 eMMC is still going strong and I think even Win11 compatible unlike my also aging Dell Precision T3500 where the Xeon is now too old.

I was always interested in Chromebook and my boss gave me one of the original Google Chromebooks that was broken and I managed to get it to boot but still had issues. I needed Windows ultra portable for a car tuning software I needed but I sold that car so my reason for ultra portable "Winbook" is gone. I love the Google ecosystem mostly.

So Chrome OS has a REAL Chrome web-browser with extension support and ability to multi-task apps with a "dock" at bottom if I recall? Is the OS in parallel with Android OS? (Last I had was Android 11 on Pixel 3, but had to switch to iOS for Carplay in new car).
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As an owner, the Galaxy Chromebook (first generation... though I also own a second generation model!) is a real joy to use overall, and the specs make running Android apps or Linux dead-simple (with the rare exception of ARM-specific Android apps; thanks Samsung Internet!). You will, however, have to fight with some settings/flags to keep screen brightness management at bay. (Assuming that ever bothers you enough)

I keep my HP Spectre and Samsung Galaxy Chromebook right next to each other, but call upon the Chromebook for fast browsing and YouTube (via browser) and the experience is top notch. The Windows laptop gets called up whenever I need to work in the Microsoft ecosystem. Although I don't use Netflix on either laptop, I'd note that technically the Windows laptop would be my choice since 4k would be an option.

Good luck!
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FYI, as it was hard for me to find the proper SKUs/model numbers:

Best Buy only
11-da0023dx 8GB RAM / 64GB eMMC Wifi-only Night Teal w/ stylus included
11-da0013dx 8GB RAM / 64GB eMMC Wifi-only Shade Gray w/ stylus included

HP.com only
11-da0097nr 4GB RAM / 64GB eMMC LTE* Night Teal w/ stylus not included
11 da0047nr 8GB RAM / 128GB eMMC LTE* Shade Gray w/ stylus not included

*Review sites claim that these SKUs have LTE, while random HP reps who I've chatted with seem to deny it. They may just be clueless, not sure. If I ever do order it, it'll probably be from HP's official eBay store rather than HP.com since there's no restocking fee on eBay and they pay return shipping.
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This is a really odd machine. The build quality is terrific, especially on sale at this type of price point, but I personally found the performance to be brutally slow. I get what kind of device this is and I know it isn't fair to compare it to something high-end, but there's just so many odd and uncomfortable spots where the device seemed to "hang" when opening or closing pages, loading apps, etc. Just oddly sluggish and I found that to be really irritating, more so than on the Chromebook Duet for instance.
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