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[Costco] HP Envy x360 15.6 AMD Ryzen 4500u/8gb/512ssd Touchscreen 2 in 1 Laptop/Tablet + Stylus $899.99

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For those wondering, the Costco version is 250 nits, not the other version available on HP that gets > 400 nits.
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Bubblegum86 wrote: I wont use it with the pen and won't fold over much. Plus not worried with the Costco warranty as a backup Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
Did you buy the extended warranty?
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Thanks. Ordered as soon as I saw this was back in stock.

Was looking for a laptop with touchscreen for an almost 7 year old for remote learning. Do you think this will be adequate?
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p1nkaholic wrote: Did you buy the extended warranty?
Not yet. Should get the 4500 hopefully tomorrow. Will buy for whatever unit I like more.
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sillysimms wrote: Thanks. Ordered as soon as I saw this was back in stock.

Was looking for a laptop with touchscreen for an almost 7 year old for remote learning. Do you think this will be adequate?
For a 7 year old?! This is way more than adequate. :rolleyes:
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I guess for remote learning it's fine/overkill, but having a 7 year old carry a 15.6" laptop to school would be... More of a joke than predicted reality of course.

Anyways, I may look into this more later, but detailed upgrade options other than RAM is harder to find than I thought... Or at least I'm not putting the effort in yet at this point.

*As in # of m.2 slots (SATA or NVMe, drive length), any 2.5" drive with (max) height of 7mm, 9.5mm, or... etc.? Some examples I'm interested in to clarify.
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Stagione wrote: For a 7 year old?! This is way more than adequate. :rolleyes:
EmBlaze wrote: I guess for remote learning it's fine/overkill, but having a 7 year old carry a 15.6" laptop to school would be... More of a joke than predicted reality of course.

Anyways, I may look into this more later, but detailed upgrade options other than RAM is harder to find than I thought... Or at least I'm not putting the effort in yet at this point.

*As in # of m.2 slots (SATA or NVMe, drive length), any 2.5" drive with (max) height of 7mm, 9.5mm, or... etc.? Some examples I'm interested in to clarify.
My laptop is older so I plan to use it too. It isn't solely for a 7 year old. It's been years since I've bought a laptop and I needed a new one with a touchscreen for the remote learning so my question was more related to that as I've never had a touchscreen laptop. However, I've watched a number of youtube videos on the laptop and it will be fine. I'll be using it as well.
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Is this in stock in store or only online order ?
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Bromeh wrote: Is this in stock in store or only online order ?
Online I checked at the store not even a demo.
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red2tango wrote: Those hinges will be the issue.
Any evidence for this claim? I am tempted to buy...
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pressed wrote: Any evidence for this claim? I am tempted to buy...
Just Google "HP x360 broken hinge" and you'll hear horror stories like this:
On 8/13/18, I got a call from an HP service center representative. She informed me that they would not repair my laptop because the damage was not covered by my warranty. I asked the rep how it was not covered and she insisted that I must've dropped the laptop or set something on top of the laptop to cause damage to it. I NEVER dropped, nor set anything on top of my laptop. I never even moved my laptop because it is expensive! I always kept it in the same spot on my desk, but the rep insisted that I had to've caused the damage. She told me I could either pay them to fix it (for a cost of over $300) or they would send it back to me. So I told her to send it back to me.
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Yes. She will be a very happy.
sillysimms wrote: Thanks. Ordered as soon as I saw this was back in stock.

Was looking for a laptop with touchscreen for an almost 7 year old for remote learning. Do you think this will be adequate?
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red2tango wrote: Just Google "HP x360 broken hinge" and you'll hear horror stories like this:
Hinges are super strong.... also costco warranty!

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