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HP 17t Laptop: i5-7300HQ, 17.3" 1080p, 8GB DDR4, GTX 1050, 1TB HDD, Win 10 EXPIRED

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HP.com has HP 17t 17.3" Laptop on sale when you follow the instructions listed below. Shipping is free. Thanks Lampburner
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  2. Click on 'Customize & Buy'
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  4. Apply coupon code VIPFEB25NB
  5. Total will be $659.99. Shipping is free.
Specs
  • Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad-Core Processor (2.3GHz)
  • 17.3" 1920x1080 Full HD IPS LED Display
  • 8GB DDR4 Memory
  • 1TB 7200RPM HDD
  • Nvidia GTX 1050 2GB GDDR5
  • WiFi + Bluetooth 4.2
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
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BASE MODEL
Makes for a pretty good desktop replacement.

Hp.com [hp.com] has the HP Pavilion 17t (base model) for $659.99 w/ Coupon code: VIPFEB25NB, Shipping is free
*Offer ends 2/11/17

Specs:
  • 17.3 inch 1920x1080 IPS Matte Display
  • Kaby Lake 7th Gen Quad Core i5-7300HQ @2.5GHz, 3.5Ghz Turbo
  • NVIDIA GTX 1050 2GB GDDR5
  • 1x 8GB DDR4-2400Mhz RAM
  • 1TB 7200RPM HDD
  • Windows 10 Home
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • HP Wide Vision HD Webcam with Dual Digital Microphone
  • Intel AC Wifi + BT 4.2
  • 6-Cell 62WHr Lithium Ion Battery
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You can use VIPFEB25NB to get this down to $660
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It's $50 more for a 17.3. Depends on if you want a big screen or not.

And in the grand scheme of things this is a very good price for the spec. 1050 is about the same performance level as a 965m with lower power consumption, and the i5 quad beats all but the i7 quad.
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I don't find touchscreens to be very useful on laptops, where by default I'll be using a mouse/pad 99% of the time anyways.
That and adding fingerprints to the laptop screen would get annoying.
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nowhere near as good as the 15in pavilion from last week Frown. tepid deal
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nowhere near as good as the 15in pavilion from last week Frown. tepid deal
It's $50 more for a 17.3. Depends on if you want a big screen or not.

And in the grand scheme of things this is a very good price for the spec. 1050 is about the same performance level as a 965m with lower power consumption, and the i5 quad beats all but the i7 quad.
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Not bad, not bad. Not as good as the last sale on the 15t, but it's still good for people who want a 17" laptop with an IPS display. The similar Dell and Acer GTX 1050 laptops both have 4GB of VRAM but a 15.6" TN panel display for $100 more. For light gaming it's good.
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Base model without touchscreen and SSD. whats great about this deal?
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You can use VIPFEB25NB to get this down to $660
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You can use VIPFEB25NB to get this down to $660
Nice find
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anyone know of a review for this model?
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It's $50 more for a 17.3. Depends on if you want a big screen or not.

And in the grand scheme of things this is a very good price for the spec. 1050 is about the same performance level as a 965m with lower power consumption, and the i5 quad beats all but the i7 quad.
50? That deal originally started at 600, and if you got it on EPP you could get it for like 540. They added an additional 50 bucks and set it to 650 after a day (probably because of how popular the deal got). This is definitely nowhere near as slick.
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Base model without touchscreen and SSD. whats great about this deal?
I don't find touchscreens to be very useful on laptops, where by default I'll be using a mouse/pad 99% of the time anyways.
That and adding fingerprints to the laptop screen would get annoying.
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How accessible is the M.2 slot?
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These are some pretty good specs for a laptop, honestly. Yeah there's no touch screen but this will handle all of your basic needs no problem. Unless that problem is not having a touch screen, of course.
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I don't need a touch screen, that's what we have mice for. Mice literally require a turn of the wrist. I understand multitouch can be useful but trackpads cover that as well.
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It's $50 more for a 17.3. Depends on if you want a big screen or not.

And in the grand scheme of things this is a very good price for the spec. 1050 is about the same performance level as a 965m with lower power consumption, and the i5 quad beats all but the i7 quad.
Technically its $100 more if you were early to the deal. I got my the 15t with epp discount for $550
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