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HP Pavilion 15.6" Laptop: i7-1195G7, 1080p, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, Win 11 EXPIRED

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HP.com has HP Pavilion 15.6" Laptop (15t-eg100, Natural Silver) for $579.49 > now $588.99 > now $598.49 with coupon code 5MDSHP. To earn Slickdeals Cashback, before purchase, follow the cashback instructions below (PC extension required, before checkout). Shipping is free.

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  1. Go to HP Pavilion 15.6" Laptop (15t-eg100, Natural Silver)
  2. Click 'Customize and Buy'
  3. Scroll down to 'Keyboard' and select Full-size, backlit, natural silver keyboard with numeric keypad + $0.00
  4. Add to cart and proceed to checkout
  5. Apply coupon code 5MDSHP in cart
  6. Total will be $579.49 > now $588.99 > now $598.49 + free shipping
Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-1195G7 (2.90GHz, Up to 5.0GHz) Processor
  • 15.6" FHD 1920x1080 IPS Anti-Glare Display
  • 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 3200Hz RAM
  • 512GB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • Intel Iris Xe Integrated Graphics
  • Realtek 802.11ac WiFi 6 + Bluetooth 4.2
  • 720p HD Webcam
  • Full-Size Backlit Numeric Keypad Keyboard
  • Windows 11 Home
  • Ports:
    • 1x USB-C (SuperSpeed Power Delivery)
    • 1x DisplayPort v1.4
    • 2x USB-A (SuperSpeed)
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • 3-Cell 41Wh Lithium-Ion Prismatic Battery

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deal [hp.com] - now $598.49

$589 + free s/h after coupon code 5MDSHP
  • click customize and buy and scroll down and select backlit keyboard for free.
  • I also recommend upgrading to Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX 201 (2x2) for $20
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Also consider getting the fog blue color at $10 more. Fog dark blue keys with white backlits have much better visibility than silver keys with white backlit
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Battery health last longer when the battery is not constantly charged to 100%. If you are not constantly on the go and need 100% of battery life all the time, it is recommended to charge up to 60-85 percent. Many laptops have this feature so that it stops charging at a preset amount. When you know you will need all of the battery life, turn the feature off and charge it to 100% only when you need to.
Looks not nearly as good as the the Costco one with the 5825u(I think only change could be the SSD, but maybe not) at 550 or 600(also cba to check, it's still on Costco AFAIK), my concerns were the small ass 41 whr battery, as well as no easy way to limit charge percentage while plugged in like Dell and Lenovo lines can, as far as I've researched, only HPs business lines have that feature. Lenovo can limit to 60% while Dell has even better flexibility.

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Looks not nearly as good as the the Costco one with the 5825u(I think only change could be the SSD, but maybe not) at 550 or 600(also cba to check, it's still on Costco AFAIK), my concerns were the small ass 41 whr battery, as well as no easy way to limit charge percentage while plugged in like Dell and Lenovo lines can, as far as I've researched, only HPs business lines have that feature. Lenovo can limit to 60% while Dell has even better flexibility.
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Looks not nearly as good as the the Costco one with the 5825u(I think only change could be the SSD, but maybe not) at 550 or 600(also cba to check, it's still on Costco AFAIK), my concerns were the small ass 41 whr battery, as well as no easy way to limit charge percentage while plugged in like Dell and Lenovo lines can, as far as I've researched, only HPs business lines have that feature. Lenovo can limit to 60% while Dell has even better flexibility.
What does limiting charge percentage do? First time I hear of this.
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What does limiting charge percentage do? First time I hear of this.
Battery health last longer when the battery is not constantly charged to 100%. If you are not constantly on the go and need 100% of battery life all the time, it is recommended to charge up to 60-85 percent. Many laptops have this feature so that it stops charging at a preset amount. When you know you will need all of the battery life, turn the feature off and charge it to 100% only when you need to.
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Battery health last longer when the battery is not constantly charged to 100%. If you are not constantly on the go and need 100% of battery life all the time, it is recommended to charge up to 60-85 percent. Many laptops have this feature so that it stops charging at a preset amount. When you know you will need all of the battery life, turn the feature off and charge it to 100% only when you need to.
Thank you! TIL.
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I didn't know other laptops couldn't do it. Mine is the dell 5310 and if I remember right it's set to only charge to 80 and it won't begin charging until it drops below 50.

So if I plug it in at 55% it won't waste a charge cycle.
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The Samsung Galaxy Book Flex 15.6 stops charging at 85% with "Battery Life Extender+ mode.
My Galaxy Book Flex just hit two years old since release and battery health is 98.9%.

Charge limiting is a really good feature. Wish all laptop manufacturers would add the function.
Less e-waste.

Oddly, a lot of Alienware laptops lack the function. Because Dell thinks gaming laptops don't need that function for some reason.
Dells charge limit app doesn't support Alienware, which is dumb. The Alienware bios battery bypass also does not work correctly.
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Looks not nearly as good as the the Costco one with the 5825u(I think only change could be the SSD, but maybe not) at 550 or 600(also cba to check, it's still on Costco AFAIK), my concerns were the small ass 41 whr battery, as well as no easy way to limit charge percentage while plugged in like Dell and Lenovo lines can, as far as I've researched, only HPs business lines have that feature. Lenovo can limit to 60% while Dell has even better flexibility.
Does the LG gram laptop from Costco deal from the other day have limit charging feature?
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Looks not nearly as good as the the Costco one with the 5825u(I think only change could be the SSD, but maybe not) at 550 or 600(also cba to check, it's still on Costco AFAIK), my concerns were the small ass 41 whr battery, as well as no easy way to limit charge percentage while plugged in like Dell and Lenovo lines can, as far as I've researched, only HPs business lines have that feature. Lenovo can limit to 60% while Dell has even better flexibility.
Some HP Pavilion laptops can also limit charge with updated bios but it still shows 100% even though it drops charge to actual 90% after like a week of being plugged in. Even with that, battery health on my Pavilion 15 dropped to 89% after a year of light use. This is absolute dealbreaker for me and I am never buying another HP laptop, rather spend on a Framework. I don't see the battery holding up past 3 years in my Pavilion even as one of the lucky few with the charge limiter. An upcoming workaround is Chargie for Laptops but even it's absolute hell to try to find an eventual battery replacement.
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Looks not nearly as good as the the Costco one with the 5825u(I think only change could be the SSD, but maybe not) at 550 or 600(also cba to check, it's still on Costco AFAIK), my concerns were the small ass 41 whr battery, as well as no easy way to limit charge percentage while plugged in like Dell and Lenovo lines can, as far as I've researched, only HPs business lines have that feature. Lenovo can limit to 60% while Dell has even better flexibility.
Thanks man, went to Costco and bought the 5825u version for my dad instead.
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Does the LG gram laptop from Costco deal from the other day have limit charging feature?
I have had my hands on two LG gram laptops (both from Costco). One has an eighth generation i7, the other has i5-1135G7. Both of them have an option to limit the battery level to 80% when plugged in. I wish that I could limit the charging level to something like 50-60%.
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Wish I got this over the 14 inch dell with i5 and 250gb ssd 16gb ram for the same price
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