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HP ENVY x360 15-ee0003ca 2-in-1 Laptop Bundle, AMD Ryzen 7 4700U $1,000.79

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[Costco] HP ENVY x360 15-ee0003ca 2-in-1 Laptop Bundle, AMD Ryzen 7 4700U $1,000.79

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Valid for orders placed 06/28/21 to 08/01/21.

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Oct 30, 2019
752 posts
Fraser Valley
I bought this laptop in June 2020.

I installed a retail version of Windows 10 to get rid of the HP bloatware and I slapped in 32gb of ram and its running rock solid.
May 27, 2013
38 posts
I bought a Vivobook when it was on sale for $800. I think that's a better deal because:
1. that comes with 16GB of ram
2. 14'' that comes in at 3.2lb - much lighter than 15''
3. same CPU

Why I like this laptop:
1. 15'' that has a proper keyboard
2. a pen that seems to be native to the laptop

That's about it. For my use - I plan to bring this laptop to work when I need to (otherwise, I'm on my desktop for most of the time). Which means I don't need a huge ass battery, amazing screen, etc. I just need a machine that can run most cloud apps and Chrome (Slack, Chrome, MS Office - Excel being the most performance crunching app).

Build quality is another thing I can't directly compare, but I'd say HP is a bit better than ASUS in general. In fact, it's prob the best PC pre-built brand overall (quality, price, support, etc.)

Hope this helps.
Aug 15, 2019
52 posts
Bought this laptop last year too, couple QOL issues:

- Screen orientation sensor stops working after a while and needs a reboot to fix (e.g. it won't recognize that it's been flipped into tablet mode)
- Sometimes fan is on even when lid is closed.
- Pen has a very high activation pressure and it doesn't seem to be configurable.
- Nowhere to put the pen.
- Fingerprint reader sometimes drops in accuracy by like 80% for a couple minutes. Very strange.
- Screen joint has a little more flex than I'd like
- Power button and fingerprint are on the keyboard. They don't work when the laptop is flipped into tablet mode. If the laptop is in tablet mode and sleeping, there is no way to wake it up other than flipping it back into laptop mode.

So yeah, quite a few issues. It's mostly bearable for me because I don't use tablet mode and the pen. But just keep it in mind when buying this laptop.

Also, these are definitely not just issues with my system, feel free to google any of these issues and you'll find that there are plenty of other users experiencing them.
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Sep 1, 2015
1348 posts
Nice. Dropped the price. I also swapped in 32gb of RAM. Biggest hurdle is the fact HP has infuriating design of screws below rubber feet. I was super careful and didn't stretch them, but they just don't fit the same back on.

The screen kind of poor, with poor uniformity. But it is touch. Ryzen 4700U and 32gb of HyperX CL20 ram working good. Can go upto 64gb if needed. The 1tb SSD is no slouch, but if you're going to clean install and upgrade RAM, may as well want to put in a faster drive or 2tb etc.


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