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HP Spectre x360 13" FHD 512GB Convertible

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sy43165


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The features tab says 256GB SSD while the title and the specs tab say 512GB SSD.

bobjax2017


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Can you use a stylus to draw on this laptop?

DJG


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Would go for this but the 90 day warranty, way too short. Recently bought HP desktop, which also was a CNB computers refurbish but it carried a 1-year warranty. These are super notebooks, and this price is about 1/3 non sale price retail. But warranty!

DJG


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Current models are posted at 2.78 lbs. that's a big difference from this unit at well over 3 lbs. Likely quite an early version of this great laptop. So tempted, but given current sale prices, this is only half of retail for a new one, longer warranty, and double the RAM memory.

ygulko


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Based on reviews/pictures on PCWorld.com this looks to be an early 2016 model - the first of several generations of these 2-in-1 laptops.

Here is the review of the model which replaced this one with comparisons:

https://www.pcworld.com/article/3142279/laptop-computers/hp-spectre-x360-review-faster-smaller-and-better-than-before.html

bobjax2017


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bobjax2017 wrote:Can you use a stylus to draw on this laptop?



From the PCWorld review:"No pen, but Windows Hello
The screen on our review sample is a 1920x1080 IPS panel with 10-point touch. Its backlighting is fairly even, and I measured its maximum brightness at about 350 nits. HP says the initial version of the updated Spectre x360 won’t support pen input. It’s not just a matter of a pen not being included either—HP decided against adding a digititizer for any pen support in this model. Future versions of the laptop with different screens may have pen support, however."

Wooter3248210


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What should I do to have in Israel ?

Narfcake


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Wooter3248210 wrote:What should I do to have in Israel ?


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hamzaa2ripon


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Doe anyone knows the model year of the laptop or the release date of this model? Can anyone please comment on it?

ThunderThighs


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sy43165 wrote:The features tab says 256GB SSD while the title and the specs tab say 512GB SSD.



512 is correct.


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kidztchr7


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So if I just don’t like this when it arrives, is it returnable, or is there a hidden catch in fine print somewhere?

Savagesam37


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DJG wrote:Current models are posted at 2.78 lbs. that's a big difference from this unit at well over 3 lbs. Likely quite an early version of this great laptop. So tempted, but given current sale prices, this is only half of retail for a new one, longer warranty, and double the RAM memory.



2.78 compared to 3.2 lbs.. maybe we'll have you do a blind lifting test. Jk .... sorry, I couldn't resist.

azayzel


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hamzaa2ripon wrote:Doe anyone knows the model year of the laptop or the release date of this model? Can anyone please comment on it?



It's an i7-6600U, that's a 6th-gen processor two generations behibd the latest Intel processors. It was released in Q3-2015, so you can guess the rest. At this price, it's not bad but the 13" screen is a deal-breaker. I've used a Surface Pro 3 for several years & finally upgraded to the latest HP Spectre w/ an 8th-gen i7.

StanleyS


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kidztchr7 wrote:So if I just don’t like this when it arrives, is it returnable, or is there a hidden catch in fine print somewhere?



The "fine print" is in "Woot's Return Policy" linked at the bottom of this page.